Frequently Asked Questions About Abortion

Will there be protesters standing outside?

Abortion clinic patients are, unfortunately, sometimes the target of local anti-abortion campaigns. There may be protesters out on the sidewalk before you drive into our parking lot. They may try to stop your car, hand you packets with false information, or carry signs that are intended to gross you out.

A few important things to remember if you see protestors outside of our clinic:

  1. You do not have to talk to them. Their goal is to persuade you to leave your appointment. If you’d like to talk about other pregnancy options, trust that you can talk to us about these as well, and we are licensed, trained medical professionals. We are here to serve your needs, and we trust your decision, no matter what it is.
  2. Protestors are not allowed on the property.
  3. Protestors may not block your access to entering our clinic – either by walking in front of your car or your body.
  4. If you at all feel uncomfortable about getting to our clinic, call us. We will be more than happy to come greet you and escort you inside of the building. If you feel intimidated or threatened, do not hesitate to call the police.