When the Pregnancy Test is Positive, Who Can You Talk To?

We care. We want to be there. We want to be your friend. And in the Kansas City area, we are that local voice that is close by to help answer your questions.

That’s why at Advice & Aid Pregnancy Centers we have someone on hand to answer the phones 24 hours a day. Each and every day, we are here, ready to answer your questions and to offer support, hope and options.

What does a connection with our pregnancy hotline look like? Read, in the words of one of our workers, a real-life story of her interaction with a caller.

It was 5:00pm on a Saturday afternoon when I received a hotline call from a woman who saw a billboard on the highway with Advice & Aid’s phone number. She shared that she was pretty sure she was pregnant. She also said she already has other children. She quickly told me how she’s going through a divorce and this baby was not her husband’s child. She continued to share how she had gotten involved in some very bad things that resulted in this pregnancy. She sounded very scared, and admitted that she was considering having an abortion even though she felt it wasn’t the right choice. My heart hurt for her and her struggles. We talked for quite awhile, and I was able to express to her the love and acceptance she was looking for. Before we ended our phone call, I scheduled an appointment for her to come to one of our centers. I later learned that she did come in and met with one of our volunteers. She received a pregnancy test that verified that her suspicion of a pregnancy was indeed right. During that appointment she also received accurate information about all her options.

It is because of calls like this that we make it a priority to have someone available to answer calls and be available online at any time, day or night. We know that your questions and concerns don’t always come during “office hours.” And that’s just fine, because we are always open through our chat box and pregnancy hotline.

Maybe you are unsure of whether or not the test you took is accurate. It might be time for you to think about scheduling an appointment. You don’t  have to talk to anyone right now, simply click the button at the bottom of this article, and you can schedule – online – an appointment that fits into your busy life. At that appointment, you can take a medical-grade pregnancy test, at absolutely no financial charge to you. Then, regardless of the outcome of that test, you can talk over your options with someone in a no-pressure, relaxed atmosphere to decide what is absolutely best for you.

Additional help if you or someone you know is expecting:
Advice & Aid Pregnancy Center has additional programs to help. To learn more, check out these posts:
Our Bridges Program
Our Journeys Program
Our Labor & Delivery Program

Advice & Aid can provide medical grade, high sensitivity pregnancy tests, all at no cost to you. There is no judgement, and no  high-pressuring. . . simply help, options and a knowledgeable friend who can help you sort it all out.

If there is the possibility that you might be pregnant, simply schedule an appointment at a time that works for you. It’s private, close – and you’ll begin to get the help that you need.

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