If you are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, your life will be changed no matter what you decide and often times, abortion is considered.

If you think you might be pregnant, making an appointment for a pregnancy test and abortion consultation is an important first step.  Mosaic provides a safe, confidential and peaceful place for you to speak openly about your story and concerns.

At Mosaic, we are here to inform you of your options for your unplanned pregnancy. You probably have a lot of questions about your future, so take time to get all the objective facts before you make a decision. A positive urine pregnancy test alone should not be used to make an abortion decision.

What comes first?

During your appointment, you will meet with a nurse and trained client advocate who will listen to your thoughts, as you process your pregnancy options. They are equipped to help you find the answers to your questions. They will give you the facts you need to explore your options without judgement on your decision.

Based on how far along you are in your pregnancy, she will also explain what methods of abortion would be available for you, how those procedures are administered, the cost of the abortion procedures and what complications or side affects you might expect. Terminating a pregnancy, whether by the abortion pill or the surgical abortion procedure is a major decision and should not be made without an abortion consultation or a medical professional.

The decision you make about your pregnancy is yours alone, although your choice may impact people who are important to you.  We stand by our core values to not be judgmental, and you are safe to talk with us whatever choice you make.

Your discussion at Mosaic is private and confidential and the discussion you have is between you, your advocate and our medical staff. What you talk about at Mosaic, stays at Mosaic.

If you are considering an abortion, schedule your free pregnancy test and abortion consultation today by calling 703-729-1123 or request an appointment online today.

Note: we do not perform or refer for abortions.