Have you taken a home pregnancy test, and the result is positive? Or perhaps you’re anxious because your period is late, and the last thing you want right now is to be pregnant. What should you do, and where should you go when you’re considering abortion for an unexpected pregnancy? If you live near Rock Port, Missouri, Willowbrook Women’s Center can help.
One of the most important decisions you will make is about how to proceed with an unintended pregnancy. Willowbrook Women’s Center is a medical clinic devoted to empowering women just like you with the accurate information you deserve to make an informed decision about your pregnancy with confidence. With support, you can get through this challenging time.
How We Can Help
- Your questions answered by compassionate licensed medical professionals and patient advocates: Your situation is unique to you, and our trained advocates are dedicated to educating you and answering your questions. They will also review abortion, pregnancy, and your options with you.
- Lab-grade pregnancy testing: Even if you have already taken a home pregnancy test, we will do another lab-grade pregnancy test and give you written pregnancy verification.
- Limited pregnancy ultrasound: It’s crucial to know if you have a viable pregnancy before considering abortion. Approximately 20% of known pregnancies end in miscarriage in the first three months. A viable pregnancy is one that is in the uterus and has a likelihood of resulting in birth. We offer limited ultrasounds to confirm if your pregnancy is viable.
- Sexually Transmitted Infection (STD) Testing: If your pregnancy test is positive, we will also provide you an STD test to protect your reproductive health.
If you choose to continue your pregnancy or need treatment for a positive STD test, Willowbrook Women’s Center can provide you with a list of resources from the community. Our center partners with doctors and agencies to provide services, resources, and ongoing support.
About Rock Port
Rock Port of Atchison County is located eight miles east of the Missouri River with Rock Creek flowing through it. Its convenient location in the northwest corner of the state lends itself to easy access from neighboring towns in Iowa, Nebraska, and Kansas in addition to Missouri. It’s just a one hour drive to St. Joseph, Missouri, via I-29 South.
In 2008, Rock Port became famous for being the first community in the United States to receive all of their electricity needs solely by wind power. They also can now provide excess energy for nearby towns. Rock Port is also known as “The Fireworks Capital of Missouri.”
The friendly city of Rockport is just 1,200 residents and 2.77 square miles and, although small, offers plenty to do.
Main Street is like stepping into Mayberry with its building’s nostalgic facades and unique antique and specialty shops.
The Liberty Theatre is the place to go to enjoy local performing arts in the upper level of the historic Atchison County Memorial Building.
In addition to shopping and theatre, there are plenty of recreational opportunities in Rock Port including: