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Pregnant? Not sure what to do next?
We Can help.

Mobile Care is an on-the-go office that provides Caring, Professional and Confidential services to women all throughout Connecticut who need help with pregnancy-related issues.  All our Services are FREE!  We travel and visit different communities throughout the month and provide Pregnancy Testing, Limited Obstetric Ultrasounds, and Community Referrals to anyone who can benefit from these services.  

We understand the challenges of an unexpected pregnancy, and our goal is to help  answer any questions  you may have regarding your  pregnancy.  We have Licensed Medical Professionals  that  can talk you through your questions and our trained  Community Advocates are eager to help connect you with many resources and referrals you may need. ALL OUR SERVICES ARE FREE! There is no charge for anyone that uses our services. We are passionate about helping women  find the resources and care they need,.  it's our holistic approach  of listening 

Our Services

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Pregnancy Tests

If you have had unprotected sex and think you may be pregnant, schedule an appointment with us today. The Women's Center can provide you with a free and confidential on-site pregnancy test.

 

Our tests are lab quality, meaning they have a 99 percent accuracy rate. We will discuss your results right away and provide an opportunity to answer any questions

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Limited OB Ultrasounds

After taking a pregnancy test and receiving positive results, the next step is for you to have an ultrasound performed.

 

An Ultrasound machine uses soundwaves to create  a picture of the inside of your body, that includes your uterus and fetus, and gives you important information about your pregnancy.  

 

An ultrasound can confirm your pregnancy, show the gestational age of your pregnancy and as well as determine where the pregnancy is located.

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Decision Aid

We offer a helpful pregnancy decision aid tool to sort through your feelings and gain useful information and perspective.

​ We will always discuss all your options and concerns in a caring, professional and confidential environment, although we do not perform or refer for abortion.

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Community Referrals 

We also can support you with local referrals for additional services that will help you with your pregnancy, adoption or parenting plans.

 We will always discuss all your options and concerns in a caring, professional and confidential environment, although we do not perform or refer for abortion.

Online Scheduler

We make regularly scheduled visits throughout various communities in Connecticut. Take a look to see when we will be visiting your community next. Walk-ins are welcomed, but appointments are best.  Select the location, day, and time that works for you. Once the appointment request is accepted and scheduled, Mobile Care will send a confirmation to you via email or text. 

Don't see a time that works for you? Give us a call/text @  860-576-8072 to set up an appointment or start a conversation. 

Frequently
Asked Questions

Click on each of the questions to learn more. 

  • I’m pregnant. What are my options?
    If you are pregnant, you have more options than you think. Our caring staff will discuss all your options with you, without judgment. All the resources we provide are completely objective and we’ll provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision regarding your pregnancy.
  • What do I need at my first appointment?
    The only thing Women's Center of EC asks, is that you bring a photo ID.
  • How much does an appointment cost?
    Because we care about your health and wellbeing, your appointment with us is completely free and confidential. You do not need to bring any form of payment or health insurance with you to your appointment, just a photo ID.
  • How do I know if I'm pregnant?
    Because each woman and each pregnancy is unique, symptoms may vary. However, the most common sign of pregnancy is a missed period. If you have missed a period, it’s best to make an appointment for a free pregnancy test at our center. Other common pregnancy symptoms include fatigue, nausea, bloating, darkening of the nipples, cramping/spotting, and frequent urination.
  • How does a pregnancy test work?
    During your appointment, we collect a small sample of urine. A urine pregnancy test detects the presence of hCG, which is a hormone associated with pregnancy. If hCG is detected in your urine, that means you have a positive test. Over-the-counter pregnancy tests can be accurate, but often women take them too early or don’t follow the directions carefully. Even if you have taken a home pregnancy test, confirm your results with free pregnancy testing at Womens Center EC
  • When should I get an ultrasound?
    After you have received a positive pregnancy test, it may be time to get a limited obstetric ultrasound. An ultrasound can diagnose pregnancy, determine how far along you are and detect a fetal heartbeat.
  • Do you have trained medical staff?
    Yes. All our medical services are provided by licsened medical professionals. Women's Center of EC medical professionals on staff include: Medical Doctor Registered Nurses Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
  • What are the signs of an STI?
    Most STIs do not exhibit unique symptoms, and most symptoms can be mistaken for other illnesses. That’s why it’s important to get tested after unprotected sex. Waiting too long to get tested and treated for an STI puts you and your partner at risk for severe health complications.
  • I’m struggling in my relationship, can you help?
    Yes! We’ve mentored thousands in healthy relationship building skills. Relationships can be hard but we are here to help.
  • Does my significant other have a say in my decision?
    Whether you are a woman or man facing an unexpected pregnancy, you don’t have to go through it alone. You both should have an open discussion regarding your options and make an informed decision together on what to do moving forward. We can help facilitate these conversations and provide you with the information you need
  • What if I don’t know how to be a good parent?
    No one is a parenting expert, but that doesn’t mean you can’t provide your child with love and support. We offer parenting classes to help you learn the ins and outs of being a good parent during each stage of your child’s life. Call or text us today to learn more about our free parenting program and how it can benefit you.
  • What if I don't live close to the Women's Center?
    If you live in another community and are not sure if you can make it to our Center, consider visiting our Mobile Care van, which schedules travel to communities throughout the state.
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