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Pregnant and In School?

If you’re pregnant while still in school, we can help you. We understand that being students while pregnant can bring up many unique challenges. While one day you were focused on getting your homework done, hanging out with friends, and working toward graduation, you are now faced with a decision that is life-changing.

Just know that you are not alone. We can help you navigate through this scary, uncertain time in your life. It may not be easy, but you can get through this.

Support for Pregnant Students

At Robbinsdale Women’s Center, we provide no-cost and confidential services to young women who believe they may be pregnant. We offer no-cost pregnancy testing and ultrasounds, as well as a safe place to discuss your options.

Because our services come at no cost to you and don’t require proof of insurance, you can receive care without the need to tell your parents. If it turns out you are pregnant, we highly suggest having a conversation with your parents as soon as possible, so they can support you through this journey. Remember, your parents love you unconditionally and want what’s best for you, no matter what.

What Are My Options?

We want to help you make the best choice for you. During your no-cost and confidential appointment at Robbinsdale Women’s Center, we can discuss your pregnancy options with you and answer any questions you have about abortion, adoption or parenting.

You owe it to yourself to make an informed, confident decision about the outcome of your unplanned pregnancy. This is your decision and no one can make it for you – not us, not your friends, not your boyfriend, not even your parents. That’s why it’s so important for you to get as much information as you can before you make a final decision.

Students, we are here for you! We understand what you’re going through and can serve as a safe place for you to get your questions answered. If you have additional questions, read our Frequently Asked Questions or contact us.


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