You Still Have
Options in Nebraska

Free Services in Dodge County

Whether your pregnancy is unintended or you are considering abortion, your first step is a free pregnancy testing and ultrasound appointment. How far along you are if if the pregnancy is viable can determine the options and free resources available to you. 

Have questions about at-home abortion pills, clinic procedures or your legal options? Start with us.

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How Does the Abortion Pill Work?​

A chemical abortion (the abortion pill) is FDA-approved up to 10 weeks after your last menstrual period but should not be taken before 4 weeks. The first drug stops the pregnancy from developing, and the second begins contractions. Side effects can include heavy bleeding, blood clots, cramping and contractions, fever, infection, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, pelvic pain, ulcers, and sepsis. If the abortion is incomplete, a surgical procedure may be needed.

Do not take the abortion pill if your pregnancy has not been confirmed, if you are allergic to the drugs, have high blood pressure or a heart condition, if you have an IUD in place, or are at risk for an ectopic pregnancy. If you have an incomplete abortion, large blood clots, a fever over 104, or allergic reactions to the medication, contact 911 immediately. Medical professionals need to know what drugs are in your system. There is no legal penality for having an abortion in Nebraska.

If you are considering an abortion and want to know about options and resources, start with us. While we do not provide or refer for abortion services, we can provide a free ultrasound and give you the information you need to plan your next steps.

We provide options consultations on:


The abortion pill (chemical/medication abortion) or surgical abortion procedures

Open, closed, or semi-open adoptions and legal rights for pregnant women

Free services and resources for single or co-parents

Why You Need an Ultrasound Before You Decide

Obstetric ultrasounds can help determine:​​


  • how far along you are

  • if the pregnancy is viable

  • if there is a potentially life-threatening ectopic (tubal) pregnancy

  • whether or not you are carrying a single fetus or multiples (depending on gestational age)

  • abortion methods (which can determine the cost of an abortion

For Women. For Options. For You.

We’re your go-to place for an unexpected pregnancy. No matter who you are or what you decide, we are here for you with compassionate care and support.

Things to Note

Our services are provided to clients without regard to age, race, income, nationality, religious affiliation, disability, or other arbitrary circumstances. As a 501c3 non-profit that does not provide or refer for abortion services, we never profit from your pregnancy decision.

Consultations and pregnancy confirmation appointments are sometimes not performed on the same day.