Pregnancy Help Center of San Gabriel Valley

Teen or adult, pregnant or boyfriend/husband of someone who is pregnant, the Pregnancy Help Center is a great place to get referrals, someone to talk to and the basic furniture and baby supplies when you can not afford them.

Pregnancy Help Center of San Gabriel Valley . Services also in Spanish.

This is all from their site

 1(800) 395-HELP


clientsQ. Do I need an appointment to come in?
A. No. Walk-ins are accepted. We ask that you be here by 5:00 at the latest.

Q. Are your pregnancy tests free?

A. Yes, all the services we offer are no charge.

Q. Do you offer contraceptives?
A. That is a service we do not offer; however, we do have a lot of information on all of them and their side effects.

Q. Do you test for STDs?
A. We do not do STD testing on site, but do have local referrals that will be able to help you at little or no charge.

Q. How soon after I miss my period can I take a pregnancy test?
A. As early as 2-3 days.

Q. If I am pregnant, how soon can I get an ultrasound?

A. The earliest we can do an ultrasound is 7 weeks after the first day of your last period. The latest we can do a scan is 5 months after the first day of your last period.

Counseling Room

Caring counselors meet with clients in crisis in the Center’s comfortable counseling rooms. Our counselors are caring people who know what you are going through. We will help you find the resources you need for a safe, healthy pregnancy. We offer medical and legal referrals, free pregnancy tests, sensitive options counseling, on-going support, and more. All services are confidential and free of charge.

Free Services

  • Pregnancy tests
  • Ultrasound
  • 24-hour Helpline
  • Community referrals
  • Housing opportunities
  • Support groups
  • Lay counseling
  • Baby clothes and supplies distributed
  • Referrals for post-abortion counseling
  • Post Abortion Recovery Group: Call for days and times. (626) 309-0788.
  • Parenting Classes (in English and Spanish): Call for days and times (626) 309-0788.

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