Caring for our community and you
Whirlpool of emotions?
Are you pregnant?
Do you need to know for sure?
We offer free, self administered, pregnancy tests. You will have results in minutes.
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Don't worry about being pregnant before you know for sure.
A missed period is the most common indication, but it doesn't always mean you are pregnant.
Common pregnancy symptoms:
Tender or swollen breasts
Nausea or vomiting
Lightheaded-ness or fainting
Food cravings or a strong dislike of certain flavors or odors
Darkening of the nipples
We provide free, lab quality, FDA approved, pregnancy self-tests and you will have the results before you leave.
all services are free and confidential
In a tough spot and need to talk to someone RIGHT NOW?
1-800-512-4357 24/7/365 hotline
or text 'Helpline' to 313131
Important Questions you may be asking
I just found out I'm pregnant. Now what should I do?
Before you make a decision, make sure you explore all of your options so that you can make the best decision for your situation.
At Goldendale Pregnancy Resource Center, we're not here to judge or force you to do something you don't want to do. If you want, our staff will go over the facts about ALL of your options with you. We understand that sometimes you need a place to feel safe in, share your story, and process your thoughts. We are here to listen to your needs.
What if my test comes back negative?
If you are not pregnant, this is your chance to decide whether or not you want to be in this situation again. Sexual activity outside of marriage exposes you to numerous risks. These risks can be physical, emotional, and spiritual. At your option, we can provide you with information and peer counseling to help you examine your lifestyle and choices.
Hey there guys,
Once she's missed a period, everything can change - and fast. What happens next may be her decision, but most women really care where their guy is coming from.
Here are a few steps to making the best choice for both of you - together.
Make sure she's pregnant. Offer to go with her to the appointment. Make Appointment
Learn about your options. She's carrying the baby, but suddenly you are both parents. What does that mean?
Listen to her thoughts and feelings. What excites her? What does she fear?
Share your thoughts and feelings. If you aren't sure how to start, say something like "when you told me your period was late, I felt ____, because ____. Now that I've had a little time to think about it, and hear what you are saying, I feel ____, because ____." Consider talking with others who are close to you too.
Let her know how important she is to you. Don't pressure her about the pregnancy or check out. Instead, commit to exploring your options together and getting whatever help you need to make your relationship better than ever.
Process what pregnancy means for you and her. Contact us to talk with someone who understands.
Do I have options?
You have three main options, doption is a wonderful alternative that is often overlooked. Adoption gives you much control and flexibility. You have the power to choose a family, as well as how much contact you will have with your child. We can help refer you to an adoption agency if you feel this is the best decision for you.
What if I don't think I can be a good parent?
We provide peer counselors to help you understand your parenting options, and direct you to area resources that can help.
The DVDs and worksheets in the Earn While You Learn Program provide you with information and tools which will enable you to be the best parent you can be.
If you want professional counseling, we can refer you. Your peer counselor will be there to support you through every step of the process.
I have already had an abortion. Can you help me?
Know that you are not alone. Many women experience pain and suffering following an abortion no matter how long ago it took place. If you are dealing with grief or guilt because of your abortion decision, we want to help you. Email us, stop by our office, or use the 'book online' function on this page to set up a counseling session.
Will anyone know I came to GPRC?
All of our services are confidential, which means we won't tell anyone (parents, friends, etc.) you visited us without your written permission.