Think you might be pregnant? We are here to empower your freedom of choice. Because there are many types of abortion procedures and possible risks involved, it’s important to learn about your options and receive up-to-date information about the procedures. My Future Approved clinics connect you with a supportive patient team that will answer your questions in a non-judgmental and caring way. We are here to support you in your decision.


Schedule an appointment with our patient care team today. Call or text from 7am to 7pm.


Three questions to ask before an abortion

Am I really pregnant?

It’s possible to get a positive result on a pregnancy test and NOT have a pregnancy that can be carried to birth. One in five pregnancies do not carry to term, which makes abortion uneccesary in those cases. Our clinical pregnancy testing is free. If your test is positive, we offer an ultrasound exam at no cost so you can be sure of your results.

How far along am I?

How far along you are will decide what abortion procedure you can receive, as well as the costs and possible side effects. When the pregnancy started will be found out through your ultrasound.

Do I have an STI?

**It’s possible to have an STI and not know it. Many women with an STI have reported that they didn’t experience any symptoms. Having an STI when you get an abortion (even when just taking the abortion pill) can increase your risk of developing Pelvic Inflammatory Disease. PID leads to reproductive health problems in the future

All My Future Approved clinics offer STI testing and treatment at no charge. Protect your health and get your questions answered so you can move into your future with confidence. Schedule your free appointment today!


All services at My Future Approved clinics are free. Our clinics are non-profit organizations that receive no financial profit from any decision you make. With no financial motive, they can give you unbiased information and in a caring, non-judgmental way.


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