What will my appointment be like?

Once you arrive and are checked in at Willow Women’s Center, you will be connected with a trained Advocate who will connect with you about your unique situation in a one-on-one setting. You will be provided with education about each of your options: abortion, adoption, and parenting, and there will be time for all of your questions to be answered. Then, you will receive medical services like pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, and STI testing at no-cost to you.

How long will my appointment take?

Appointments at Willow Women’s Center typically take about an hour, sometimes more and sometimes less, depending on your specific needs. We want this to be a space where you can slow down, get answers, and be heard.

Who is on staff at Willow Women’s Center?

The staff at Willow Women’s Center is made up of trained volunteers and medical professionals who are invested in providing compassionate care to those who need it most. At Willow, you won’t hear more voices telling you what you should do. You’ll be welcomed in, listened to, and informed so you can make the best possible decision for you.

Where can I go to learn more?

If you have more questions about our center, visit our Frequently Asked Questions, or contact us. Take a virtual tour of our center so you’re prepared for when you come in, or learn more about us, our mission and our values.

Willow Women’s Center is a nonprofit organization serving women experiencing unexpected pregnancies with no-cost services, resources and information. Willow does not financially benefit from the decision you make; our center exists solely as a resource to give you access to information and services at no-cost.

If you are or think you might be pregnant, schedule an appointment with us to get the answers you need.