Coronavirus & Advice & Aid
At this time, our center is making efforts to minimize exposure and reduce transmission of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) to our clients and staff, while still remaining open to serve you.
Please note that we have temporary updated hours.
Walk-ins are still welcome.
Information You Can Use
There is much of talk going around right now about people’s rights. Did you know you have the right NOT to have an abortion? No matter your age, race, status, or any other factor, no one can force you to have an abortion. Many times, a family member or the father of the baby will
So, you’ve taken a home pregnancy test, and it was either positive, or you can’t quite make out the results. You might have even taken three or four of them, trying to decide if you are truly pregnant. So, what should you do next? We strongly suggest that you go someplace that will help you
Experiencing some early pregnancy signs? Thinking you may be pregnant? Earliest Sign There are signs and symptoms of early pregnancy that many women experience, some even experiencing them just days after the first missed period. Some signs, such as implantation bleeding (6-12 days after conception) happen even before a woman misses her period. Cramping may
An unplanned pregnancy. The news is enough to cause anyone, in any situation, to be thrown off balance. But no matter the news – no matter the decision – what is important is that you aren’t alone during this time. Friends play a huge part in how we can deal with the surprises of life.
Walking Through Our Doors Looking for Help It was late in the day when two young friends walked over from the abortion clinic next door to our Overland Park Center. Both wanted a pregnancy test, but could not afford one next door. They saw our sign and decided to come here instead. They were very
There are many myths and facts surrounding what a pregnancy resource center like Advice & Aid does – or doesn’t do. The best way to understand our call and what we do every day is to confront these facts head-on, with straight-forward answers. Myth: Pregnancy resource centers are only interested in “saving the baby”. Fact: