Pregnancy Counseling & Adoption Agencies in Pittsburgh

Contraception

Contraceptive education, counseling and other sexual health services are readily available to both sexes. Most general practitioners and family practitioners will also provide contraceptive advice, but if you prefer not to go to your doctor or health center, then you may consider one of these other organizations that provide contraception and contraceptive counseling at a nominal fee. When looking into organizations outside your school, consider location, confidentiality and price. Be open. This is not a time for modesty and shyness; it's your body.

Pregnancy

If you suspect that you may be pregnant, find out as soon as possible. Good prenatal care is essential for a healthy mother and child, so it's important to begin seeing an ob-gyn as soon as possible. Many places offer free pregnancy testing. The most reliable test (and the earliest determinant of pregnancy) is blood testing. If the pregnancy is something you hadn't planned, learn about your options through the Abortion and Unplanned Pregnancy Counseling & Adoption Agencies in Pittsburgh listed below.

  • Adagio Health
    Suite 1000 Kossman Building, Downtown (412-288-2140)
  • Allegheny Reproductive Health Center
    200 N. Highland Ave., East Liberty (412-661-8811)
  • American Women's Services
    320 Fort Duquesne Blvd., Pittsburgh (800-364-2405)
  • Bethany Christian Services
    10521 Perry Hwy., Wexford (724-940-2900)
  • Choices Pregnancy Care Center
    626 Fifth Ave., Coraopolis (724-457-1220)
  • Healthy Start Helpline
    (412-247-1000)
  • Lifeline
    401 Investment Building, Downtown (412-562-0543)
  • Planned Parenthood / Women's Health Services
    933 Liberty Ave., Downtown (412-434-8971)
  • Pregnancy Care Centers
    160 N. Craig St., Oakland (412-687-7767)
  • Women’s Choice Network
    160 North Craig Street, Suite 202, Oakland (412-687-7767
  • Women's Health Options Network
    1201 S. Braddock Ave., Regent Square (412-247-5717)