Frequently Asked Questions

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A medical abortion, also known as the abortion pill or chemical abortion, is a pregnancy termination process.

 The FDA recommends taking two different drugs:  Mifepristone and Misoprostol and has approved its use for up to the first 10 weeks of pregnancy.

Learn more HERE

There are two types of surgical abortions.

-Aspiration Abortion 

-Dilation and Evacuation (D&E) Abortion 

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While a pregnancy test can indicate a pregnancy, the only way to confirm if your pregnancy is viable is through an ultrasound. To schedule, click HERE.

No, we are not a dispensary for emergency contraception (Plan B, The Morning After Pill). However, medical staff are happy to discuss how it works and possible side effects of its usage.

Anchor of Hope Health Center does not provide, nor refer, for hormonal birth control. However, licensed medical staff are available to provide information about birth control. Medical staff may also refer you to your primary physician to discuss this subject. 

No, we do not provide condoms.

Regarding sexual health risk, although condoms can reduce the exposure risk to infections, they do not eliminate risk of infection.