Facing an unplanned pregnancy can be confusing and overwhelming, even when you have a strong network of support around you. It gets even harder when you are alone.
Our client advocates are here to listen. We are available to discuss all your options – abortion, adoption, and parenting – in a caring, safe, respectful environment.
All our services are free and confidential. We serve clients regardless of age, gender, sexual identity or orientation, race, or religion.
Call or email us to make an appointment. Walk-ins are welcome.
-Free pregnancy tests
-Information and education on all pregnancy related options
-Parenting education and support
-Referrals to community services
-Maternity and baby clothing
-Post-abortion or infant loss grief support
Think you’re Pregnant?
Finding out if you are pregnant or not can be overwhelming. We offer free pregnancy tests with the support of a trained client advocate in a confidential, caring and compassionate environment.
This is a big deal and can be really scary, especially if you were not expecting to be pregnant right now. You are facing one of the most important decisions you will ever make, and any choice will change your life. Everyone will have an opinion about what you should do. Some people will be supportive of what you want, while some won’t.
What you need – kindness, clarity and practical help. You have a right to know your options and what help is available. Ultimately, you will have to decide what choice you are willing to live with. No one else has the power to do this for you.
What we believe at our centre is that you need to make choices based on what you knoow is best for you, and we want you to have all the information you need to make that choice. We are here for you – whatever choice you make.
You have options.
Our trained client advocates are available to discuss with you any questions you may have regarding abortion, barriers to continuing a pregnancy, risks associated with abortion, and alternatives to abortion.
There are many things to consider. It’s important for you to determine what is best for you, now and in the future. It’s vital to get all the information you can. You have a right to get all the facts. Take the time you need to equip yourself to make your best decision. We are here to help you understand all your options so that you can make an informed decision. It is your pregnancy, your right to know, and your decision. We are committed to providing you with caring emotional support, no matter what you decide.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss your options further.
If any of these statements describe how you’re feeling, then adoption is a choice to consider:
-I want more for my baby than I can give right now.
-I don’t know how I’m going to manage.
-I would do anything to ive my child a good life, but I have things to accomplish before I’m ready to parent.
You might have questions like, “What if that family doesn’t take good care of my baby?”. or “What if I live the rest of my life wondering what happened to my child?”
These are normal questions, but they don’t necessarily mean adoption isn’t right for you. All they prove is that you already have maternal feelings for that baby inside of you. It means you are already becoming a loving mother, whether you will raise your child or entrust them to a loving adoptive family. Adoption has changed. You have choices. If you are considering adoption, or just want to learn more about the adoption process to see if it’s right for you, please contact us.
Being parent can be one of life’s most rewarding, yet challenging experiences. We can connect you with the resources you need. The thought of being a parent can be overwhelming, especiallyif the news of your pregnancy is unexpected. Caring for a new life is a big responsibility.
Many people would like to be parents at some point in their lives. Although the timing and current situation may not be what you7 pictured, your pregnancy still offers you the opportunity to experience the joy of becoming a parent.
There are several different kinds of parenting options available, such as with a spouse, joint-parenting, joint custody and single parenting, whether alongside family, siblings, friends or independently. We can help you understand and realistically evaluate your options.
If you think that parenting might be an option for you, but you have concerns about baby supplies and your parenting skills, there is help available. We can share information with you on prenatal care, childbirth, newborn and parenting support, in addition to helping you access a wide range of community resources that are available to you. We can help you.