We provide free pregnancy testing and information on abortion and your options in Central Tennessee.
Surgical abortion information
While abortion remains illegal in Tennessee, we can answer questions about the types of abortion methods, your pregnancy rights, and provide the information you need to make an informed choice.
If you are in your second trimester or late-term and are considering an abortion, take the time you need to learn more about your options. Learn more about the types of abortion by trimester, side-effects, and other helpful surgical abortion information in a pressure-free environment.
How we can help
Come see us for a free pregnancy confirmation and options consultation appointment. We can determine how far along you are, inform you about options available to you, and answer any questions you may have about pregnancy and abortion. It’s your future. Choose to know.
FAQs on Abortion
How much does an abortion cost?
Abortion costs are determined by several factors, including but not limited to:
-Type of abortion – Vacuum aspiration, D&C, or D&E are the most common types of procedures
-Gestation (how far along you are)
-Single or multiple pregnancies
At your appointment, you can learn more about your legal rights and options for pregnant women. Since we are not an abortion provider, we do not have information on abortion costs. However, an ultrasound can confirm how far along you are which can determine the type of abortion and give you the information you need to plan your next steps.
Is a surgical abortion easier than a medical abortion?
If you are in your first trimester, you have the option of a medication/medical abortion (the abortion pill) or an abortion procedure. Both choices have health risks and side-effects. Before you decide, you should discuss your medical history and any health conditions with a doctor or nurse.
What if I’m in my third trimester?
At your appointment, we can answer all your questions about late-term abortion procedures and give you information and resources for pregnancy options in your first, second, or third trimester.