ACPC Women’s Clinic

Our Commitment to Care and Competency

Our Commitment to Care and Competency

In everything we do, ACPC strives to offer professional and confidential services at no cost to clients. 

When you walk through the doors of ACPC Women’s Clinic, you’ll find a welcoming team of caring individuals who are here to help you without judgment or guilt.  Our main concern is helping you with the challenges you face today and the ones that lay ahead.  read more

What to Expect at Your Appointment

What to Expect at Your Appointment

Wondering what you can expect at your appointment?  We want you to feel 100% comfortable.

At your appointment you will:

Meet with your Clinic Advocate who will:  

•  Get some basic information from you

•  Review options regarding your pregnancy

•  Review resources for your specific situation

Meet with the Nurse Manager who will: 

•  Answer your medical questions

•  Perform the pregnancy test and, if positive, an ultrasound exam if medically indicated to confirm pregnancy and determine how far along you are

•  Provide STI (Sexually Transmitted Infection) testing information

Please Note:  ACPC Women’s Clinic encourages the support of friends an family during your appointment.  However, in an effort to comply with HIPPA Privacy Standards and provide the highest quality of care, your initial appointment must be performed without any guests.  However, at your request, guests are welcome to join you during your Ultrasound Exam.  ACPC Women’s Clinic staff is unable to provide services to patients who choose not to abide by this policy.  Thank you for your understanding. 

Still have questions?  Give us a call at (719)544-9312.  After hours call 1.800.712.HELP or CHAT NOW 


Bill of Rights for Women Facing Unintended Pregnancies

Bill of Rights for Women Facing Unintended Pregnancies

You deserve the utmost respect. That’s why we created our Bill of Rights for Women Facing Unintended Pregnancies. Continue reading to discover what we value.

We believe you have the right to:

1. Receive services in a non-judgmental, caring environment committed to maintaining confidentiality of patient records except where required by law.

2. Receive professional services from organizations committed to integrity, free from manipulation or coercion.

3. Receive services in a confidential environment that supports her right to make her own decisions regarding her pregnancy.

4. Be respected enough to make a decision that is right for her by receiving a non-biased presentation of all her pregnancy-related options.

5. Receive comprehensive information about her current medical status, including information about the nature and physiology of her current pregnancy.

6. Access objective information about all of her legal options related to pregnancy and pregnancy termination.

7. Receive services from an organization that has written documentation of all services and information provided, to ensure that every patient receives the same objective in formation delivered with the same standard of excellence.

8. Receive services from an organization that uses written verification process that services have been provided according to written protocol on a per-patient basis.

9. Fully understand how an organization stands to financially profit from any particular pregnancy decision a woman may choose to make at that organization.

10. Receive standardized medical services by organizations held accountable to follow protocols designed to ensure that all services and information are delivered ethically and objectively.

11. Assurance of high quality medical follow up care provided by or arranged by the physician responsible for the initial delivery of services.

12. Access to ongoing, long-term community support should she choose to carry the pregnancy to full-term.

Still have questions? Give us a call at (719)544-9312. After hours call 1.800.712.HELP or CHAT NOW

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Best Apps for Pregnant Women

Best Apps for Pregnant Women

If you’ve had a positive pregnancy test, you might be wondering what exactly (scientifically speaking) is taking place in your body.

You might be feeling exactly as you did before the test results or you might be experiencing early symptoms of pregnancy.

There’s a good chance a ton of questions are going though your head and that’s totally normal.

Of course, your advocate at ACPC is always here to talk (you can email her here now), but if you just can’t wait, here are a few apps that will give you all the scientific details about your pregnancy:



My Pregnancy Today (Baby Center)  Apple; Android

What to Expect  Apple, Android

The Bump  Apple, Android

ACPC Women’s Clinic  Apple, Android