Pregnancy Choices

You are not alone. We are here to help.

An unplanned pregnancy can present questions that have no easy answers. We understand where you are and we want to help. You stand at an intersection today. Your path will take you in one of three directions. We are here to help you think through your options.

An informed decision

We want you to make an informed decision. We provide accurate, truthful information about short-term and long-term risks you should consider and about your rights with an abortion provider.

A safe place

We offer you a safe place to discuss your concerns and options. We respect your privacy and will keep everything confidential.

Abortion

Some of us have been where you are. If you are considering an abortion, there are a few questions you need to ask yourself:
• Am I really pregnant?
• Do I have a live pregnancy?
• How far along am I?

We offer free pregnancy testing and free, limited first-trimester ultrasounds to help you answer these questions.

Adoption

Making an adoption plan may be a good fit for you if you have ruled out an abortion.

Some women feel they aren’t ready to be a parent. Some want to provide their child with a two-parent family. Others want to ensure their child has emotional and financial stability.

You are in the driver’s seat when creating an adoption plan. You can choose the adoptive family for your child. You can choose whether the adoption will be open, semi-open or closed.

We know that you want to know that your child will be loved and cared for by the adoptive family. You can choose the best arrangement that gives you peace of mind.

We provide a safe and confidential environment to talk through the adoption choice and process. We offer you a list of reputable adoption agencies that will answer more detailed questions with no obligation. An adoption agency will also work with you after the adoption to help you make a healthy transition.

Parenting

We realize if you choose to parent your child, you still may have some difficult questions to answer and situations to sort out. You may struggle with one or more of the following:
• My significant other doesn't want the baby, but I do.
• I can't tell my family.
• How will I finish school?
• How will I continue working?
• Where will I live?
• How will I afford health care? I don't have medical insurance.
• How will I afford the cost of caring for my child?
• Am I too young to be a parent?

Maybe parenting is right for you. Only you can make that decision. We are here to help you think through these concerns.