Pregnancy can be an overwhelming time in a woman’s life. Whether you were fearful or excited about your positive pregnancy test result, Community Pregnancy Clinics will support you during this new chapter of your life. With 5 brick-and-mortar clinics and 2 mobile medical clinics located throughout the state of Florida, Community Pregnancy Clinics provides free and confidential services including pregnancy testing, STI testing, ultrasounds, and more. Along with thousands of other pregnancy resource centers throughout the country, our clinics exist to serve women and connect them with the proper resources.
According to a study performed by the Charlotte Lozier Institute, there are nearly 3,000 pregnancy resource centers in the United States. In 2019, pregnancy centers served approximately 1.85 million people throughout the country for an estimated total value of services at over $266 million. While Community Pregnancy Clinics is the largest network of pregnancy centers in the state of Florida, we provide more than medical services. If you are wondering “Am I pregnant?” our nurses and counselors will provide you with the care, compassion, and choices you need to make good decisions regarding your sexual health and pregnancy.
Our counselors go above and beyond to support women no matter their circumstance. Whether you need emotional, material, physical, spiritual, or financial support, our caring staff will connect you with organizations that can help. Each of our clinics has partnerships with local and governmental organizations which can meet your current needs and assist you. While Planned Parenthood claims pregnancy resource centers are fake clinics, we at Community Pregnancy Clinics provide medically accurate information and tangible resources to support you during and after your pregnancy.
Free Material Assistance and Social Services in Naples
During your appointment at Community Pregnancy Clinics, our counselors will listen to you with compassion, hearing about your current concerns. If you visit one of our Naples clinics and are in need of food or clothing, we will recommend you visit St. Matthew’s House or St. Vincent de Paul. St. Matthew’s House operates a food pantry stocked with non-perishable grocery items. All food items are donated by local businesses, markets, churches, and individuals. In addition to their Choice Food Pantry, St. Vincent de Paul also has a Family Assistance Center which serves 15,000 men, women, and children in need. Through the Family Assistance Center, a Vincentian caseworker will connect you with resources you need such as food, hygiene products, clothing, furniture, housing assistance, water, and electric service.
In regard to social services, our Naples counselors often refer women to WIC and the Florida Department of Children and Families. According to Florida Health, children under the age of 5 years old coming from low or moderate income households in Florida are at risk of nutrition risks. WIC offers women, infants, and children with food benefits, as well as nutrition assessments, counseling, and breastfeeding support. The Florida Department of Children and Families offers a variety of assistance ranging from Medicaid to temporary cash assistance, food supplies, abuse reporting, and childcare. Depending on your need, our counselors will connect you with the resource that will help best.
Downtown Naples Community Pregnancy Clinics
Midtown Naples Community Pregnancy Clinics2977 Goodlette-Frank Road Suite 51, Naples, FL 34103
Cost-Free Housing and Professional Help in Fort Myers
According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, 31,030 people are without a home in the state of Florida, and 728 of them are homeless on a given night in Lee County. At Community Pregnancy Clinics, we recognize the inherent dignity of all women and men who come to us in need and recognize their oftentimes difficult situations.
If you are pregnant and looking for housing, our counselors in Fort Myers will refer you to Solve or Sunlight Home. Solve offers women cost-free maternity housing for women before and after pregnancy. In addition to free housing, residents will receive a variety of free services including case management, counseling sessions, parenting classes, medical assistance, adoption referrals, and infant care supplies. Located in Naples, Sunlight Home also offers women housing, continued education, career counseling, birthing and parenting techniques, access to medical care, and life skills training.
According to the Business Observer, the number of unemployed people in Lee County rose to 5,000 post Hurricane Ian. Our counselors in Fort Myers will go above and beyond to connect you to organizations that can help you professionally. If you are looking for a job, our counselors in Fort Myers will connect you with a local organization called Better Together. In addition to keeping children out of the foster care system, Better Together also connects adults to employers through their program Better Jobs. In the United States, Better Jobs has helped more than 34,000 job seekers, and you can be a part of this number.
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Medical and Mental Health Services in Sarasota
While our free pregnancy clinics offer free STI testing, pregnancy testing, and ultrasound scans, we refer clients to OBGYNs for continued pregnancy and medical care. If you are in need of an OBGYN in Sarasota, our counselors will connect you with CenterPlace Health or Sarasota Medical Center. According to the 2022 Sarasota County Health Equity Plan, 26% of adults ages 18-44 in Sarasota County do not have health insurance. If you are among this number, CenterPlace Health would be a great resource for you as they offer sliding fee discounts.
If you live in Sarasota and are in need of mental health support, our counselors will refer you to First Step. First Step offers inpatient, outpatient, and telehealth services for people struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues. Every patient of First Step receives a customized mental health and substance abuse treatment plan.
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Free Post-Abortion Healing and STI Treatment in Gainesville
According to Support After Abortion, 82% of people impacted by abortion do not know where to go for healing. Whether you are considering abortion or had an abortion in your past, we want to help. If you visit our Gainesville clinic, our counselors will refer you to Support After Abortion or Project Rachel for post-abortion healing. Support After Abortion offers men and women with counseling services ranging from anonymous to known, one-on-one, group, virtual, religious, or secular. And Project Rachel offers help through the sacraments, retreats, and professional counseling referrals.
In addition to abortion, sexually transmitted infections are another issue which negatively impacts women. According to the Office on Women’s Health, more than 9 million women are infected with an STI each year and experience more serious health problems than men, including infertility. If you receive a positive test result after your free STI testing at our clinic, our Gainesville nurses will refer you to CareSpot Urgent Care or Emergency Physicians Medical Center for treatment.
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Adoption Resources and Unplanned Pregnancy Counseling at our Mobile Clinics
If you are looking for adoption resources or unplanned pregnancy counseling at one of our mobile medical clinics, our nurses will connect you with the resources you need. For more information about adoption, we refer clients to BraveLove and the Adoption Network Law Center. Set out to change the perception of adoption through honest, informative, and hopeful communication, BraveLove shares stories which convey the bravery of a birth mom when she places her baby with a loving family. It is a great resource if you are considering adoption and are in need of emotional support. For step by step guidance during the adoption process, an Adoption Advisor at the Adoption Network Law Center will create and discuss with you an adoption and birth plan as well as help you choose an adoptive family.
For unplanned pregnancy counseling, our counselors will connect you with Optionline. If you think you may be pregnant, you can call their pregnancy helpline at 1.800.712.4357 or use their live chat any time of the day. Optionline will talk you through all of your pregnancy options.
You can view our mobile clinics calendar to find the locations of both mobile clinics. To make an appointment at Mobile Clinic 1, call 239-940-1559, and to make an appointment at Mobile Clinic 2, call 941-993-5072.