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
What exactly is a STD (also referred to as STI – sexually transmitted infection)? An STD/STI is an infection passed from person to person through any sexual contact. The infection occurs when bacteria, virus or parasite grows on or in your body. Some STDs/STIs can be cured, and others cannot. For those that cannot be
The following article was researched and written by Suzy (MSN, RN), a nurse at Advice & Aid Pregnancy Centers. We believe it is important that when women or men have questions regarding a possible pregnancy, that they get accurate, helpful information from the medical community. Here, Suzy helps clear up some of the questions and
Battle. Sometimes life feels just like an endless battle. It seems full of hurt, disappointment, loneliness and pain. Often, we feel like the endless battle of hurts will never heal, fears will never leave, and dreams will never be realized. And if you are facing an unplanned pregnancy, this battle can seem all but hopeless.
Social media, the entertainment industry, and even friends can lead you to believe that sex in short-term relationships are the right of a liberated female population. Here at Advice and Aid, we are all about empowering women. We are even run by some very strong and empowered women. We are also all for speaking honesty
Feeling sad, repentant, or disappointed over something that has happened or been done, especially a loss or missed opportunity,….that is the definition of regret. Nobody plans to be in a position in life where they feel regret, but it happens to all of us sometimes. We make decisions and almost immediately know that we’ve done
The following was written by one of our staff members here at Advice & Aid; someone who has walked through pregnancies – planned and unplanned, wanted and unwanted – with many. Before the days of over-analysis, back when a cake was a cake was a cake, I had my share of it. I never had