Pregnancy Resources

What is a pregnancy resource center?

Pregnancy Resource Centers (PRCs) offer women free, non-judgmental support at a stressful time in their lives. They educate women about their options, helping them to make informed decisions. No shame, no pressure.

Did you know?


The most common reason cited for abortion is a lack of resources. Pregnancy centers provide resources and services (like ultrasounds) free of charge, thanks to the generosity of donors.

Are pro-life health clinics operated by real medical professionals?  
Yes, these pregnancy centers are operated by real medical professionals such as licensed medical doctors, ultrasound technicians, registered nurses, and certified counselors. 

Do pregnancy centers trick pregnant people into making an appointment?
No, pregnancy centers make it clear that they do not offer or refer for abortion – online, over the phone, and on in-take forms.

Why is the abortion industry so against PRCs helping women?
Abortion providers have a financial interest in keeping their patients from accessing resources that may result in their keeping their pregnancies. The abortion industry is powered by billions of dollars a year. It's no mystery why the abortion lobby wants to eliminate pregnancy resource centers – they directly affect their bottom line. So who are the liars?

Help expand real choice for vulnerable pregnant people in SF and support our two local clinics: Support Circle and Alpha Pregnancy Center!

San Francisco Pregnancy Centers

Support Circle Pregnancy Center
450 Sutter Suite, Suite 1740
San Francisco, CA 94108
(415) 627-9175
Department of Health License: 220000395

Alpha Pregnancy Center
5070 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94112
(415) 584-6800
Department of Health License: 550003078

Federally Qualified Health Centers

Arthur H. Coleman Medical Center
6301 3rd St.
San Francisco, CA 94124
(415) 339-8813
News article

Southeast Health Center
2401 Keith St.
San Francisco, CA 94124
(415) 671-7000

Silver Avenue Family Health Center
1525 Silver Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94134
(415) 657-1700

Chinatown Public Health Center
1490 Mason St.
San Francisco, CA 94133
(415) 291-8794

Cole Street Youth Clinic
555 Cole St.
San Francisco, CA 94117
(415) 751-8181
Six other general CHPY locations

A Statewide Database can be found here:
California’s Federally Qualified Health Centers

Financial & Housing Resources

Homeless Prenatal Program
2500 18th Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 546-6756

Compass Family Services
49 Powell Street, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 644-0504

Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development
1 South Van Ness, 5th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 701-5500

Dental Care

What You Need to Know Before You're Pregnant to While You're Nursing

Dentably, a blog about dental care for underserved communities, has a first-rate guide on the healthcare needs of people who are trying to conceive, pregnant or nursing. One of the authors shared their experience with us:

When I was pregnant, I had extreme tooth pain that led me to go to the dentist during my 2nd trimester. I was worried about having an x-ray and dental work done because I was very concerned about the effect it would have on my baby. I realized I had these fears because none of my pregnancy books or blogs I was reading had very much information on dental care during pregnancy. I work with Dr. Amanda, an experienced female doctor, and together we have discussed dental care issues such as this and decided to research and write a detailed guide…

Their guide can be found here:

A Spanish-language version and printable PDF’s are available as well.

More Web Resources
Information on the Title IX rights of pregnant and parenting students.
Jenna Carberg was diagnosed with PPD after the birth of her first daughter. During that struggle, she helped create this website. She’s deeply passionate about spreading the word, helping women get the care they deserve, and providing their loved ones with the support they need.

Maryville University Online: About Postpartum Depression
Check out Maryville University’s resources as well!

Addiction and Pregnancy
This educational guide by is for and about pregnant people facing substance misuse and mental health issues. Their website also covers topics like Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. The articles are fully sourced—written and reviewed by professionals.