There could be a number of reasons your period is late including stress, hormone changes, or other medical issues going on. But if you’re worried about a pregnancy scare, you can make an appointment with us for a no-cost, confidential, lab-grade pregnancy test. We don’t need or ask for insurance so you can dispel your fears and move forward knowing what your next steps are. 

If you’re worried about a pregnancy scare and don’t want to wait around to see if your period is eventually going to come, you can come in for a no-cost, confidential, lab-grade pregnancy test and talk to someone in a non-judgmental and encouraging environment so you feel empowered about your next steps forward.

An ultrasound confirms your pregnancy is developing. Experts say up to 20% and possibly more pregnancies result in a miscarriage. Confirming your pregnancy gives you confidence.

No. We are a medical facility offering pregnancy tests and limited ultrasounds. However, we can refer you to good OB/GYNs in the area and government programs to help defray the cost of medical care. All of our services are overseen by our Medical Director who is an OB/GYN

We do not perform or refer for abortions at Sienna Women's Health. We can provide accurate, up-to-date information about abortion methods and potential risks. Let's discuss abortion and all of your options, so you can make an informed decision.

No. Even though you are a minor, you have the right to confidential help (except in cases where mandatory reporting applies). We can’t provide your records to anyone without written authorization from you.

Absolutely! Bring a friend, boyfriend, parent, relative, or mentor. We understand you need support during this process. However, we begin all of our appointments one-on-one, so you have a safe place to speak freely about your feelings and your situation. Anyone you bring can be brought in later in the session.

You only need to bring a photo ID of some kind. All of our services are completely free. We request that you be on time for your appointment. And if you can’t make your appointment, please give us a call to reschedule or cancel so we can offer that time to another woman who needs it.

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

We accept walk-in clients if we have time after our scheduled appointments, but we highly recommend you call to make an appointment or schedule your own to make sure we have time to see you. It will also make your wait shorter. 

Absolutely! You can call or message us on our Contact Us page