Our Hours

Waterloo Hours:
Tuesday - Thursday | 8:30am - 4:30pm 

Friday | 8:30am - 2:00pm

Red Bud Hours:
By appointment only

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much do you charge?

All services are free of charge.

 

  • Do I need to make an appointment?

We encourage appointments but walk-ins are accepted for Pregnancy and STD/STI Testing.  However, to minimize your wait time, we ask that you call our office prior to coming.  All Parenting/Life Skills classes require an appointment.

 

  • How long will my appointment last?

Depending on the service we are providing times may vary. Please allow 60 minutes for your initial visit.

 

  • Can I bring my children with me to my appointment?

For your initial visit, we ask that you make arrangements for your children or bring someone with you to care for them during your appointment.

 

  • Will my visit be confidential?

Absolutely! Life Network has a very strict confidentiality policy and you can be assured that we will do all we can to ensure your privacy except in circumstances where we are required to report by law (i.e. abuse, suicide, etc.).

 

  • What should I bring with me to my initial visit?

If possible, we ask that you bring a photo ID with you.

 

  • Do you provide material assistance to expectant mothers, etc.?

Material assistance (diapers, formula, car seats, etc.) is provided for those enrolled in our “Earn While You Learn” Parenting Program.  Information on this program will be given during your initial visit.

 

  • What STD/STI testing do you do?

We provide testing and treatment for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea.  Results will be available in 5 to 7 business days after testing.  All treatments are administered by our medical staff.

 

  • I don’t live close to your center. How can I find a pregnancy center near me?

Go to www.optionline.org for information on other pregnancy centers and the services they offer.

 

  • Can I get birth control or Emergency Contraception (Plan B) at your office?

Life Network does not prescribe or refer for birth control and does not distribute emergency contraception (Plan B).