BROWARD COUNTY's GO-To resource for unplanned pregnancy solutionS
Private and Professional Services at No Cost to You
and for being so supportive during my appointment.
This place wasn't what I expected. They explained everything so clearly so I knew what to expect next. Thank you for helping me make an
- Pembroke Pines patient -
I felt so lost and nervous when I first got here. They took time to hear me and my girlfriend out. Because of Hope, I felt like I knew enough to
during her appointments while feeling confident about our decision.
- Fort Lauderdale patient -
I would recommend Hope to anyone facing an unplanned pregnancy.
I was really nervous when I first walked in but by the time I left, I felt comfortable, supported, and completely
- North Lauderdale patient -
You come first here
Hope Women's Centers provides free medical services, referrals and support to anyone facing an unplanned pregnancy. Whether you want to learn more about all your pregnancy options, need a supportive place to make a decision, are looking for information on the abortion pill or abortion procedures in Broward County Florida - start with us. No shame, no judgment, just the services you need from people who care.
If you think you may be pregnant, make an appointment for a free pregnancy test today. If the test is positive, we can provide pregnancy confirmation, limited STI testing, pregnancy options and medical abortion information.
Hope Women's Centers has three convenient locations in Fort Lauderdale, North Lauderdale and Pembroke Pines, FL, serving anyone located in South Florida.
frequently asked questions
Do I need insurance to qualify for free medical services?
No, we do not require proof of insurance for medical services or other support services at Hope Women's Centers.
Is everything I share private and confidential?
We respect our patients' confidentially to the full extent of the law. If you are a minor, you do not have to have a parent present at your appointment. You matter. Your privacy matters.
If I'm in my first trimester, is a medical abortion an option?
The abortion pill can be taken up to 10-11 weeks after a woman's last known menstrual period. It is not an option with certain medical conditions or an ectopic pregnancy.
What do I need to know before an abortion?
It is important for you to know how far along you are, if the pregnancy is viable, and whether or not you have an STI.
Do I have to make an appointment online?
If you need pregnancy confirmation, including a free ultrasound, you will need to make an appointment. We take walk-ins for free pregnancy tests and options consultations.
Do you offer free classes for parents?
We provide comprehensive support, education, and classes for our pregnant patients and new parents. Contact us to learn more about our parenting programs.