If you find you’re experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, to whom do you turn? Friend? Family? Your partner? People who care about you can listen, cry with you, and help you consider plans for the future. The question is–can you trust them to not judge you, push you into a decision you don’t want to make, or betray a confidence?

At True Care, you don’t need to worry about any of that.

Our caring advocates and nurses don’t judge. Our caring advocates and nurses don’t betray your confidence. Our caring advocates and nurses don’t try to push you into a specific decision. Instead, they abide by state and federal privacy laws, no matter your age; they are compassionate and interested in your well-being, now and in the future; and they provide you with education on all your pregnancy options, including information you may not learn anywhere else.

What else can True Care do for you?

  1. Medical Services – Once you’ve scheduled an appointment, one of our professionally-trained nurses will contact you for a free telehealth appointment. She will conduct a brief health history and help determine if you’re far enough along for an ultrasound. Then, she will schedule you for an in-clinic visit where you’ll take a free lab-quality pregnancy test. If your test is positive, the nurse at the clinic will provide a free ultrasound to determine how far along you are. She will also offer free STD testing, (and treatment if you’re positive), for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea. Knowing if you have either of these diseases is important, whether you continue your pregnancy or have an abortion, for if that bacteria remains inside, your future reproductive health can be negatively impacted.
  2. Resources – Our Resource Coordinator can assist you in varied ways, including signing up for Medicaid. If you need housing, she can put you in touch with organizations and agencies that can assist you. If you’re searching for a job, she can help you locate agencies that provide specialty training and/or that can help you find work. If you’re a college student or plan to be, she can connect you with financial aid and other services. If you’re struggling with quitting smoking or you’re addicted to drugs or alcohol, she can help you find the assistance to break those habits. Our Resource Coordinator understands addictions because she has traveled that road. She’s also experienced abortion, and she is willing to share her experience with women so they understand more about procedures and potential risks and side-effects.
  3. Parenting Programs – True Care’s Baby & Me Program is offered to our patients who are first-time moms. Classes (currently via Zoom) prepare women to become parents. We also offer a fathering program. After completion of a certain number of classes, each participant receives a special item for them and their baby. If you’ve been a mom in the past but it’s been a long time since you’ve had a baby, or if you have other little ones and the idea of being pregnant again overwhelms you, our Baby & Me Too Program provides support, encouragement, and instruction through a series of meetings (again, via Zoom for now). This program also offers an incentive item for attending all the sessions. All True Care moms receive a bag of materials, such as diapers and new baby clothes, after they deliver their little ones. There is also an adoption option available for patients who believe adoption is the best option for them and their babies. Participants learn more about adoption, the choices birth moms have, and are given the opportunity to meet with a representative from each of the adoption agencies licensed in Wyoming.

Free to You!

All of our medical and program offerings, as well as the listening ear, options education, and encouragement and empowerment you receive at True Care, are provided AT NO COST TO YOU!

Call our Scheduling Line to make your free, confidential appointment with our nurses and advocates today. Contact us at 307-215-9684.