ut seriously, the OP says she is feeling movement and her belly is growing. You don't think a crisis center would look at all of that info and not try to help her?
I would guess they would help her by trying to find a doctor that could help her. When a women goes into a pregnancy crisis center, the first thing they always do is a urine pregnancy test, so unless that is positive, I'm not sure if they would use their limited resources on an u/s. I do think they would mostly try to help her by maybe helping her find a doctor or navigate assistance to pay for medical care. A crisis center does not generally have doctors and can't legally make a diagnosis. Even if they did do an u/s and saw a baby on the screen, they couldn't make a pregnancy diagnosis. That is why they do urine tests....they can legally give a urine test and then give the women a paper (that she can use to get medicaid or whatever) that says something like " Jane Smith had a positive pregnancy test on 06/08/2012. These tests are 99% accurate" or something like that. They can't even legally tell a woman she is pregnant, just that she had a positive test (or a negative test).
As far as movement goes..well I've felt "phantom baby kicks" many times when I most definitely was not pregnant. It mostly happened shortly after I had each of my babies, but I also felt them before I got pregnant with this baby (I think just because we were thinking a lot about pregnancy, etc.) Even with this pregnancy, I've felt things that "felt" like baby movement, but I knew that it wasn't (ie. kicks up high, when I was less than 20 weeks and I knew my uterus wasn't that high). Of course, I feel lots of real movement too, and I can tell the difference.
And there are other medical conditions that cause a growing belly and these require a doctor to diagnose.
I'm not saying the OP is or isn't pregnant...but I do think that being pregnant while having both blood and urine tests negative is very uncommon and really I think seeing a dr. that could diagnosis whatever condition she has (whether that is pregnancy or not) is that thing to do.