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Chester County Connect Care provides free medical services for women and men facing an unexpected pregnancy. If you need a supportive place to make a decision and learn about your pregnancy options - start with us.
We also provide information on emergency contraceptives, medical abortions, abortion procedures, abortion pill reversal, and at-home abortion pill.
Our free medical clinic services include lab-quality pregnancy tests, options consultations, ultrasounds, pre-abortion evaluations, abortion recovery, medical and government assistance referrals.
You may feel abortion is your only option, but you also want to know what’s involved in an abortion. At Chester County Connect Care, we offer services to provide you with the information you need to make the right decision. Abortion is a medical procedure. The medical staff at CCCC will help you understand your options, discuss abortion methods, and answer any questions you may have.
Have you taken a pregnancy test and received positive results? Don’t panic, we can help you with your next steps. Chester County Connect Care can provide you with a free limited obstetrical ultrasound to confirm your pregnancy. The ultrasound will tell you if your pregnancy is viable and how far along you are – two important facts you’ll need to know as you make decisions for your future.
If you think you might be pregnant, the only way to know for sure is to take a pregnancy test. Chester County Connect Care provides, lab-quality, urine pregnancy testing, and medical proof of pregnancy. Our pregnancy testing services are accurate as early as 7-10 days after conception, usually before a missed period. Our medical staff performs all tests. They are available to answer any questions you may have regarding your pregnancy.
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