For over 30 years Pregnancy Resource Center has been serving women and families facing unplanned pregnancy in a safe, confidential, judgment-free environment. We have a network of pregnancy centers throughout greater Portland, so that wherever you are in the city, we aren’t far from you. Take a look at the information on this website to get an idea of how we can help you and then get in touch or come in to see us.
Think you might be pregnant? We can help.
Women who are pregnant may experience late or missed period, tender or swollen breasts, frequent urination, nausea or vomiting…
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If you visit one of our centers we will provide you with a free pregnancy test during your appointment. Our lab-certified urine-based pregnancy tests…
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An unplanned pregnancy can draw up a wide range of emotions, even in the best of circumstances. We have been walking with women as they decide how to move forward…
We strive to provide the resources you will need in order to face an unsupported pregnancy with confidence. Our licensed medical staff and trained peer-to-peer pregnancy counselors are here to support you as you navigate your pregnancy decisions. Take a look below at the variety of resources available to you at our local pregnancy centers.
If you visit one of our centers we will provide you with a free pregnancy test during your appointment. Our lab-certified urine-based pregnancy tests will be administered by nurses, when available. If you request, you will be provided with a written “verification”; or in the absence of medical personnel, a “confirmation” of your positive pregnancy test. However, only a physician can diagnose a pregnancy.Learn More
We have a fantastic team of trained peer-to-peer pregnancy counselors ready to listen and advocate for you. In the midst of an unplanned pregnancy, decision-making can be difficult because of the wide range of emotions that can be experienced. You may be struggling to determine what the best next steps are for you.Learn More
We believe that no one organization can provide everything that’s needed to support unplanned pregnancy. That’s why we refer to over 70 local agencies throughout the tri-county area that provide everything from schooling to medical services, housing, drug and alcohol treatment, clothing and more.Learn More
An ultrasound can be a helpful tool for pregnancy evaluation. We offer free first and second trimester limited ultrasounds performed by registered nurses with specialized training in limited obstetric ultrasound. Upon review by our Medical Doctors, these ultrasounds can confirm intrauterine pregnancy with fetal heart rate and provide information on pregnancy dating.Learn More
If you are sexually active, getting tested for STIs is one of the most important things you can do to protect your health! PRC offers convenient, free, confidential testing (chlamydia and gonorrhea only) and limited treatment (chlamydia only) to our female clients. The CDC recommends that: a) sexually active women younger than 25 should be tested for STDs every year; b) women who are 25 or older should be tested any time they have a new sexual partner, or yearly if they have multiple sex partners, or, a sex partner who has an STI; and c) women who become pregnant should be tested for STDs. (Please note that STI testing is currently only available at the SE Portland Center.)Learn More
One of your options when facing an unplanned pregnancy is adoption. The thought of making a plan for adoption can be very overwhelming. It’s important to know that a great deal has changed in how adoptions are performed.Learn More
In the face of an unplanned pregnancy, many people decide to parent their child after they are born. Even in the best of circumstances, parenting can be overwhelming. We are here to provide as much as we can.Learn More
Some people that are facing an unplanned pregnancy seek out an abortion clinic. There are a wide range of reasons that people consider abortion. Abortion is a medical procedure and it’s important to know the facts.Learn More