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What if I don’t have insurance?

PCC services are free and do not require insurance. If you do not have insurance, you can follow our guide to apply for prenatal Medicaid. Download PDF Guide

How can I get diapers during the Coronavirus shutdowns?

PCC continues to be in close contact with Crosslines and Diaper Bank of the Ozarks to help supply diapers when possible. We wanted to let our clients know that Crosslines…

What are PCC’s COVID-19 Policies?

PCC will continue to serve our clients during Coronavirus restrictions. We have adjusted our policies and put in place additional precautions. Effective immediately, PCC is implementing additional screening measures for…

If considering an abortion, is it necessary to have an ultrasound?

Having an ultrasound before a medical or surgical abortion is crucial because it will confirm that the pregnancy is in the uterus and confirm there is a heartbeat. Once a positive test result is verified and you…

Does PCC offer abortions?

Pregnancy Care Center (PCC) provides free pregnancy tests and information about pregnancy choices, including abortion.  Ultrasounds are also offered free of charge for clients, including those who are considering an…

When is it too late to get an abortion?

In the United States, the legality of abortion varies by state. In Missouri, surgical abortions can be performed up to 21 weeks and 6 days from the last menstrual period…

Should I consider taking an abortion pill?

Your physician and Pregnancy Care Center nurses can give you information about the pill and explain any medical side effects reported by the manufacturer.  Although the Pregnancy Care Center does…

How soon can you take a pregnancy test?

The type of test you are using needs to be your first consideration.  Two most common types of test are urine and blood tests. Some urine tests on the market…

What is the best pregnancy test?

A blood test can be taken within 8-12 days after sex.  Although more expensive and harder to obtain (available only through a physician), a blood test is more effective than…

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