Pregnant and In School?

Facing an unplanned pregnancy at any age or stage of life can be scary, but it can cause extra challenges as a student. Our staff understands how difficult this time is for you and we hope that we can be a safe place for you to explore your pregnancy options while continuing your education.

When you walk through the doors of Azar House you will be greeted by someone who has a heart to serve you with compassion and love. Our staff will listen to all of your concerns in a welcoming atmosphere without judgment or pressure.  You will be given complete and accurate information on all available options, including local community resources.

Get Free Pregnancy Testing

In addition to providing you with a place to explore your options, we also offer free pregnancy testing and ultrasounds to confirm that you are actually pregnant and find out how far along you are.

Confidential Support for Students

Even if you are under the age of 18, you do not need to bring a parent with you. Our services are completely free and confidential, so we won’t tell anyone that you came in for an appointment. Additionally, since our services are free, you don’t have to bring any money or proof of insurance to your appointment. We just ask that you bring a photo ID.

What Do I Do Now?

As a teenager, you probably have a lot of questions running through your head if you think you’re pregnant. Some of those questions may include:

  • How will I tell my parents?
  • What will my classmates think?
  • How do I tell my boyfriend?
  • Will I be able to finish school?
  • Will my family and friends support me?
  • Do I need my parents’ permission to get an abortion?
  • What about adoption?
  • Could I become a teen parent?
  • How will I afford a baby?
  • Are there any resources out there for me?

At Azar House, we can help you answer these questions and more during your appointment! Just remember, you are stronger and more capable than you know. You are going to get through this. Contact us today to speak to one of our trusted staff members.

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