Frequently Asked Questions
Please reach out to us if you have questions about our services. Some of the most common questions asked will be answered below.
PACN does not promote, refer for, or provide abortions. We can offer a confidential pregnancy test and ultrasound at no cost to you, along with an opportunity to speak with a client care manager to listen to your concerns and discuss all your options.
No. You can ask the nurse to turn the screen away if that is more comfortable for you.
An ultrasound can help determine whether your pregnancy is viable since some women will miscarry early in pregnancy. It can also tell you how far along you are in your pregnancy, which is important because the cost and type of abortion is based on that information.
PACN does not provide or refer for birth control. We encourage abstinence or sexual risk avoidance for our unmarried clients, because it is the only way to avoid unplanned pregnancy and STDs/HIV 100 percent of the time. Whether you are single or married, it is best to talk to your doctor about any concerns you have regarding birth control.
All PACN’s services are provided at no cost to the client.
No, you do not need to have insurance to access any of our services.
PACN accepts walk-ins for pregnancy testing, Baby and U and ProU Education. However, clients with appointments have priority and we are often booked. PACN cannot guarantee how soon a client care manager will be available to see you if you do not have an appointment. We strongly suggest making an appointment for a time that works best for you.
PACN does not accept walk-ins for ultrasounds, STD/HIV testing or well woman services.