In high school?

You don’t have to feel all alone. If you have had unprotected sex and suspect you might be pregnant ~ the Life Center is a great place to start. All of our services are free and confidential. This means that you can share your story, including your concerns in a caring, private environment ~ free of judgment.

When is the best time to get a pregnancy test? Generally, it is best to schedule an appointment when you are late for your period.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is someone you know pregnant?


You just found out she is pregnant ~ what should you do?

Many couples experience a surprise pregnancy and men have as many emotions and concerns as women.  We understand how the news of an unexpected pregnancy can be challenging to face.  We are here to walk you through it.  We can support you and help you with talking to your parents, and connecting you to others who can help you to make the best decision for you, your partner and the baby.  It is normal to wonder how this will affect your future. Having a baby does not mean the end of a promising future. Whatever your situation, you are not alone. The Life Center Team is here to support you.

Your partner needs your help. She is looking for you to stand beside her.

A common misconception is that abortion is “a women’s choice”, but a woman in an unexpected pregnancy rarely wants to make that choice alone. She didn’t get into this situation by herself and needs your help and support. The life you helped to create needs you to help protect it. Your partner needs you to stand beside her and face this together. Maybe you are being encouraged to have her get an abortion. Some men are surprised that women can choose abortion without the permission of the baby’s father. The decision to choose life or to abort the child is heavy on your partner’s heart. She is waiting for you to assure her that you will stand beside her. The Life Center Team is here to empower you and her to discover A Better Choice!

Your daughter is pregnant ~ this cannot be possible!

This may seem like devastating news, the shock and disappointment may seem overwhelming at first. For parents of a young woman in an unplanned pregnancy, the hopes and dreams you had for your daughter may seem to have just been destroyed. But this can be an opportunity for growth and maturity in your daughter’s life and your relationship with her. It is helpful to talk with someone who understands. It is our goal to help you and your daughter reach the other side of the crisis with renewed hope for the future. We understand and can help bring clarity and support to this situation.




Your friend has told you she is pregnant ~ how can you help?

You may be someone who is watching your friend in distress as she learns she is pregnant. It can be frustrating and you may not know what to say. Staying clam and listening is a wonderful way to support her because she may need to talk out her fears and frustrations. You can encourage her to seek out help and support. Your friend needs you!





Sexual Risk Avoidance

The Life Center promotes a holistic, Sexual Risk Avoidance (SRA) approach that strongly promotes delaying sex as the best and healthiest choice. The Life Center Coaching Team is available to educate and equip students on goal-setting, healthy relationships, refusal skills, character building and the benefits of limitations of contraception in the context of promoting sexual delay as the healthiest choice.

The Life Center utilizes the resource of Choosing the Best curriculum to empower students in the local schools to engage in A Better Choice for goal-setting in healthy relationships. Choosing the Best states: “According to the Child Disease Control, the most reliable way to avoid the risk of an STD is to be abstinent until you enter into a long-term, mutually monogamous relationship with an uninfected partner. Since this type of relationship is typically found in marriage, Choosing the Best promotes the healthiest choice – delaying sex until marriage.”

What is choosing the Best?