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Do I need an appointment?

An appointment is not required. We do welcome walk-ins, however to ensure that you are seen promptly, you may want to call ahead and make an appointment at 603-536-2111.

What are your hours?

Monday: closed / Tuesday: 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. / Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. / closed weekends.

How much will it cost?

All of our services are free and confidential.

Where are you located?

We are located at 81-A Highland Street in Plymouth, NH. We are within walking distance of Plymouth State University and Plymouth Regional High School. Visit our Contact page for directions.

What kind of pregnancy test is it?

We provide a complimentary laboratory quality urine pregnancy test as a service to women. Our tests, according to the manufacturer, are 97% to 99% accurate in comparison with other commercially available qualitative visual hCG tests. Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG), a hormone secreted by the developing placenta shortly after fertilization, can be detected as early as 7 days before your first missed period.

What if the test is positive?

As with any unexpected or crisis situation, you may be facing difficult choices requiring hard decisions. But don't rush into these life changing decisions, take some time and educate yourself. Single parenting, marriage, abortion, or adoption? Our desire is to provide you with a caring, compassionate client advocate who will listen to you. Our advocates can offer you relevant information to help you make the best choice... an informed choice.

If our nurse determines that your test is positive, we can provide you with a free ultrasound to confirm your pregnancy. Knowing if your pregnancy is viable (is there a heartbeat & is the baby in the uterus?) is important information you need to have no matter what decision you are considering regarding your pregnancy.

Should you discover that you are actually pregnant, you do have choices. Don't rush. Take some time and explore your options. We can help.

What if the test is negative?

An unexpected pregnancy can be very scary so when the test is negative and you get your period, it can be a great relief. The crisis has passed and you may promise to "never let it happen again!" This promise can be fulfilled in two ways - through abstinence (secondary virginity) or by contraceptive use.

If you're young, contrary to popular belief, not everyone your age is having sex. Abstinence is an option that thousands of young people are choosing every day.

Some women become more intent on using contraceptives to prevent future pregnancy and continue to be sexually active. Few understand that women may still get pregnant while using the pill or other forms of birth control. And what about sexually transmitted diseases? See our Sexual Health page for more info. about this.


The information on this page is intended for general educational purposes and is not intended to be relied upon for professional medical advice.


We do not perform abortions or refer for abortion services.