We know there is potentially a lot going on right now for you and that you may have a tonne of questions. We want to make it as easy as possible for you! These are some of our more commonly asked questions and answers. If you need someone to talk to, don't hesitate to call us on 1300 851 592.
Diamond Women’s Support offers support in the form of services like free pregnancy tests, options counselling, mentorship programs, ongoing postnatal care and resources and more. We offer these resources to women and families facing unexpected pregnancy, so they have the information they need to make the best possible decision for themselves.
We want to remove any barrier that would inhibit you from receiving the support and information you need. So, all our services are free of charge, funded by dedicated supporters that believe in giving you a voice!
The length of an appointment usually depends on the kind of service you’re coming in for. However, an appointment will typically not exceed one hour.
You are always welcome to bring someone with you to your appointment. Emotional support is a valued part of this process, and it can be very helpful to have someone you trust with you.
At Diamond Women’s Support, we highly respect the privacy of each of our clients. Therefore, your appointment will be held in complete confidentiality. We uphold all privacy laws.
For ultrasound procedures we will refer you to your GP or family doctor, where you’ll be able to receive one at no cost. Diamond Women’s Support offers support services to women facing unexpected pregnancy as they navigate through the decision-making process.
We would love to hear from you. Fill out our get in contact form and we will be sure to answer your questions.
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