Call us at 615.321.0005 or text HCFW to 797979*

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What We Can Do

Hope Clinic can provide you with everything from a pregnancy test to comprehensive options counseling (discussing ALL your options), case management, prenatal education and healthcare, ultrasounds, professional counseling and admission to a material support program called the Bridge Program. Our services are provided by nurses with over 30 years of OBGYN care experience, nurse practitioners, professional counselors and social workers, and are overseen by our medical committee with board-certified OBGYNs and a Psych MD. Pregnancy services are at no cost or on a sliding scale based on income (services are at no cost with a household income of less than $50,000 per year).

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What to Expect

Your first pregnancy visit to Hope Clinic for Women will include a visit with a professional medical worker (registered nurse or nurse practitioner overseen by medical doctors), a licensed social worker and a professional counselor.

When you arrive at Hope Clinic, please park in front of the clinic or in the back parking lot.  Please enter through the front door, where you will be greeted with a smile by our client services assistant or one of our support specialists.  They will assist you in helping with paperwork, answer any questions you may have and show you to the clinic's waiting room.  

At your first visit, you will take a free pregnancy test.  A consultation regarding your results and options counseling (parenting, adoption, abortion) will be provided by a professionally trained staff member (a licensed social worker or a registered nurse). Hope Clinic does not perform or refer abortions, but we can answer further questions onsite. We encourage every client to decide what is in their best interest, and we empower them to make a healthy, informed decision for themselves. Additionally, clients receive information about TenncareWIC, other community resources and an explanation of our counseling and Bridge programs.


Other Kinds of Support You Can Expect

  • Professional Counseling with Licensed Counselors: You deserve a safe space with a professional who is trained to support you in the best way possible, and to empower you to live the life you deserve and help you make it through this unexpected, trying time. Our counselors are trained to help you in the areas of family counseling, co-parenting, parenting, pregnancy loss, postpartum depression,personal growth, relational issues and communication issues. And if finding childcare or getting here is too complicated, Hope Clinic offers confidential and HIPAA compliant virtual counseling sessions through Doxy.Me.
  • Assistance and Resources: An unexpected pregnancy is expensive. There are so many needs and we are here to help you navigate through them all.  Our family at Hope Clinic will embrace your family.  We will help you find financial management resources, medical care,  job assistance and childcare options, to name just a few.
  • Education (Early Prenatal and Post-Delivery): There is a lot to learn and doing it on your own can be overwhelming and scary.  Hope Clinic is a safe place where we provide opportunities to attend classes in the areas of prenatal care, budgeting, nutrition, newborn and postpartum care, new mom's groups and personal development. 
  • Smoking Cessation During Pregnancy Program: We know that trying to quit smoking can be difficult.  Our program, which includes individual counseling with our medical staff, is designed to help women and their partners stop smoking and lead healthier lives. For more information call 615.321.0005 and ask for Lisa, our Medical Services Manager.

What Clients are Saying

"This has been life changing. In only 5 weeks, I feel like a new person who is more at peace and confident about the unplanned events to come."

"Hope Clinic gives me something to look forward to. I enjoy coming here and processing with the staff members. Being in the Bridge Program makes me feel more prepared for motherhood."

"It offered me a place to share my thoughts and feelings and experiences with someone who isn't judging me unfairly. My son has basic necessities provided by Hope Clinic that I couldn't give him on my own because of my financial situation."