WHO WE ARE

Women’s Clinic of the Antelope Valley (WCAV) has been serving the community since 2004. We are a state-licensed pregnancy medical clinic and a non-profit, Christian organization offering peer counseling services, pregnancy testing and limited OB ultrasounds. All services are provided free of charge. Funding for the clinic is provided by donors and community events.

OUR SERVICES

All our services are free of charge and confidential (to the extent allowable by law). We do not provide or refer for abortions. We do not profit from any of your sexual health or pregnancy decisions.

Women’s Clinic medical services: pregnancy testing, verification of positive pregnancy test, nurse assessment, vitamin distribution, and limited OB ultrasound.

WCAV does not: perform mammograms, distribute birth control, test for STDs, provide prenatal care, offer terminations, render emergency services, nor provide other medical services not listed.

Services include:

PREGNANCY TESTING


LIMITED OBSTETRICAL ULTRASOUND


PEER COUNSELING


HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP GUIDANCE


MATERNITY AND BABY CLOTHING


EDUCATION ON ABORTION AND ALTERNATIVES


HEALTHY PREGNANCY AND PARENTING EDUCATION


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Links

Pregnancy Helpline: (877) 398-7734

El Centro Sagrada Familia: (323) 261-0731

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Disclaimer

WCAV provides this website as a service to the public. WCAV is not responsible for, and expressly disclaims all liability for, damages of any kind arising out of use, reference to, or reliance on any information contained within this website.
While the information contained within this website is periodically updated, no guarantee is given that the information provided in this website is correct, complete, and up-to-date.
Although this website may include links providing direct access to other Internet resources, including websites, WCAV is not responsible for the accuracy or content of information contained in these sites.
Health safeguards at this time include: Limiting the number of people on site, enhancing cleaning and disinfecting, prescreening with temperature checks, and the wearing of face coverings by visitors and staff.