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Frequently Asked Questions

How long may I receive services?

You may receive services throughout your pregnancy and through your child's 1st birthday.

Do I have to qualify for services based on my income?

No. Our services are free for those who meet our other qualifying requirements, regardless of income .

Do I have to be a resident of Johnson County to obtain services?

No. PSCJC serves clients who also live in our surrounding counties; due to our mountainous area, we understand we might be your closest pregnancy center.

Do you accept donations?

Yes, we do. We are very thankful for all donations of clothing, diapers, wipes, monetary donations, and baby equipment. Please have any of the above in 'new' or like-new condition. We do not have the time or resources to process items that have to be cleaned extensively or do not pertain to babies. Clothing accepted from Preemie sizes to 18-24 months.

How much does it cost to come here?

There is no charge once you become a client by meeting the requirements of our program.

What are the requirements to become a new client?

The only requirement to become a client at our center is that you must be currently pregnant or have a baby under one year old. If you are expecting and coming in for your first visit, please tell us if you have ever been to our facility in the past, your legal name, your date of birth and the best phone number to reach you. This is so we may add you in our computer system and make your appointment.

What must I bring with me to my very first appointment?

You need to bring in your Photo ID for us to copy and proof of pregnancy or complete a pregnancy confirmation test in our Center.

How do I make an appointment?

Go to our facebook page and click the blue book button in the upper right hand corner of the screen. This will show you the available appointment days and times. You may also private message us with a request, or call us at 727-8600. Please leave a message, if needed, and someone will return your call promptly.

What if I have a new pregnancy while being a client at the center?

You will continue receiving services for your current child until they turn one year old. At that time, we will begin you a new file for the new pregnancy.

What is your operating procedure during the COVID pandemic?

We are open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11-2, and Thursday evenings from 4-6pm. If you prefer not to come into the building, you may make an appointment and a volunteer can meet you in our parking lot to see what you would like to get for that day's visit. At this time we are asking if at all possible that you do not bring your children into the facility due to the limited hours we have for extra sanitation purposes. We are not requiring masks at this time, however, if you feel more comfortable, please feel free to wear one.  Our volunteers will gladly wear one if you prefer. Just Ask!

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