Services to help you before your pregnancy or sexual health related concern
This screening includes a basic health assessment to check your blood pressure, heart rate, weight, etc. There’s also an opportunity to discuss and evaluate your sexual health. Our medical team will address any areas of concern, help improve your general health and well-being, and provide referrals if necessary.
Blood and urine tests are used to look for commonly occurring sexually transmitted diseases and infections that can be passed between partners during sexual contact. We offer testing for HIV, Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, and other common vaginal yeast infections.
A pap smear is a medical test in which a medical provider collects cells from the cervix during a vaginal exam and those cells then undergo a microscopic examination. These cells are evaluated for abnormalities, such as the presence of cancerous or precancerous cells. A Pap test can detect certain viral infections such as human papillomavirus (HPV), which is known to cause cervical cancer.
The Reality Check team offers sexual and relational health education presentations, assemblies, events, small groups discussions, and mentoring opportunities that empower youth and young adults to critically navigate sex, healthy relationships, dating, and the media's influence. We also offer empowering parent presentations that discuss how parents can create safe relationships with their children to have conversations about difficult topics such as teen sex and dating.
Services to help you during your pregnancy or sexual health related concern
A urine pregnancy test is a very reliable method of assessing for pregnancy. The test looks for a hormone called HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin). The presence of this hormone typically indicates pregnancy and can be detected in the urine 10 days after fertilization and by blood 8 days after fertilization of the egg, and. Most people schedule a test around the time of a missed period.
Free Ultrasound Imaging
Ultrasound imaging can also be used to detect a pregnancy. Ultrasound scans are made available to patients who have a confirmed pregnancy test and are at least 6 weeks pregnant. An obstetric ultrasound scan is used to determine the viability, location, and gestational age of a fetus. This is an important step after you confirm that you are pregnant with either a urine or blood pregnancy test.
We are here to help you understand all your options so that you can make an informed decision. It is your pregnancy, your right to know, and your decision. We are committed to providing you with the knowledge and caring support you need to make an informed decision. Our trained patient advocates and nursing staff are available to discuss with you your options and answer questions you have. They will provide you with evidence-based information regarding abortion, adoption, and parenting. It is very important that you determine what is best for you now and in the future. You have a right to get all of the facts. Call or schedule an appointment at one of our locations.
Group-based prenatal care (Centering Pregnancy) is offered to qualifying patients. This model of prenatal care brings patients out of the exam room and into a group setting, which also helps build a community of support.
Contact us to learn more about Claris’ prenatal care program and to see if you qualify to join!
Caseworkers listen to your needs and connect you with community resources such as housing, employment, childcare, public benefits, and more.
Contact us to book an appointment to learn more about Resources & Referrals.
Professional counseling is prioritized for individuals, couples, and families who are facing a challenge resulting from a sexual health situation to address relationships, anxiety, stress, parenting concerns, and more.
Services to help you after your pregnancy or sexual health related concern
Mentorship and educational workshops are offered to help new parents thrive in their roles. Incentive programs encourage class participants to earn basic baby supplies. These classes are open to anyone who is pregnant or parenting a child under the age of 5. Court-mandated classes are available to any parent in need of the service.
Therapy is offered on an ongoing basis to help address issues such as anxiety, depression, and relationship problems. The first session is free of charge and we request a small donation for following sessions.
Support groups and counseling are offered as encouragement and guidance for those who have chosen to place their child(ren) for adoption or anyone wishing to process or heal from a past pregnancy loss.