I think I’m Pregnant…
What should I do?
An unplanned pregnancy doesn’t define the rest of your life. Contact us to discuss next steps. Bridge of Hope client advocates listen and provide guidance without judgement. We believe in advocating for the entire family. Get in touch and let’s talk. Contact us, today.
How do I know if I am pregnant?
If you are sexually active, there is a chance you may be pregnant. Here are some common indicators of pregnancy: missed period, slight bleeding, nausea or morning sickness, frequent urination, headaches, food cravings, backaches and fatigue.
What if I tested positive at home?
We provide free, lab-quality tests that may be more accurate than the home test you’ve already taken. Testing positive at our facility qualifies you for a free limited ultrasound, which determines the viability and status of your pregnancy.
How do I find support for my partner?
We offer support for men, too. When tests show a child is on the way, we present the parents with “positive” bags. Handouts in the young man’s bag encourage him to stay involved and committed. We work hard to develop resources for the father.
I know I am pregnant. What are my next steps?
If you think you might be pregnant and have no idea what to do next, make an appointment at Bridge of Hope. We are here to help you explore all your options. We provide unbiased support. It’s important for you to know that we are here to help.
How do I support my new family?
We offer support after a pregnancy is confirmed. We want to stay engaged in our clients’ lives. That’s why we designed The Bridge’s Mom Group. At the end of each class, attendees are invited to go shopping in the Bridge Store and pick out freebies.
Bridge of Hope - Richmond Advocates for Family
Bridge of Hope – Richmond is an outreach ministry of Jesus Christ through His church. As advocates for the family, we connect women and their families to hope, healing and healthy outcomes during their unexpected pregnancies.
Our mission is to encourage women to use the power they already have by equipping them to walk in their full potential God designed for their lives. We are committed to assisting women to carry to term by providing emotional support and practical assistance. Bridge of Hope’s medical team is under the supervision of medical director, David Smith, MD.
Frequently Asked Questions
I'd like to volunteer. How do I get started?
Bridge of Hope – Richmond has several volunteer opportunities available. Please visit our Facebook page for details.
Is Bridge of Hope - Richmond hiring?
Currently, there are no paid positions available. Please check back periodically. Thank you for your interest.
How can I make a donation?
Thank you in advance for your contribution! Please make your donation through PayPal.
I think I'm pregnant. Is my visit confidential?
Your confidentiality is very important to us. Our goal is to provide you with the help you need discreetly and without judgment. Please feel free to contact us, today.
I am not religious. Will you still help me?
We do not discriminate. We help everyone and provide a nonjudgmental, safe environment that allows our clients to be themselves. Come as you are. We’re here to help and look forward to seeing you.
“We were received with open and loving arms…there was no judgement.” – Angel
“When I saw the tiny baby in my womb, I decided to have my baby.” – Kaylah
“Thank you for the support, love and prayers you have given me and my beautiful little girl.” – Abryell