We’re incredibly excited to announce the grand opening of our most recent medical pregnancy clinic location!

On January 20, 2021 we opened our doors to serve the community of Kearny Mesa and surrounding areas providing services such as pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, and pregnancy options education and support as well as STI / STD testing and after abortion support.

As a licensed medical clinic, CAPS has qualified, supportive professionals onsite. If finances are tight, you will be happy to know that all our pregnancy services are completely FREE. STI / STD testing are also available for little to no cost. A complete list of services can be found here.

Your privacy is important to us, and we are committed to keeping your visit confidential. Many of our staff have been just where you are and we listen with compassion, not judgment. Guys, our clinics are not solely for women! You are more than welcome too.

If Kearny Mesa is outside of your neighborhood, not to worry. It is one of four CAPS locations in San Diego. Other CAPS Pregnancy Clinics can be found in the SDSU College Area (La Mesa), Downtown San Diego (Park West) and Pacific Beach.

Reach out! CAPS is a helpful bridge between verifying your pregnancy and taking the next steps in your healthcare. Our goals are to help you walk through what can be a very stressful time, and to discuss any pressures or concerns you may be facing. We want to give you caring support and the pregnancy education and resources to help you feel confident about your future.

Call us at 619-337-8080 or schedule an appointment online for any one of our four San Diego area locations.

COVID-19 Protections – We understand that you may have health concerns regarding the pandemic. CAPS Clinics is actively monitoring information from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the San Diego Public Health Department (SDPH) regarding the spread of COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus disease.) The safety of our patients and their families is our top priority. As medical professionals, we already practice daily infection control procedures and standard routine precautions and are following CDC, OSHA, and AAAHC guidelines.