You Have Options
If you just found out that the pregnancy test is positive, there are probably a million questions swarming around in your mind. It is important to step back and evaluate all the options available to you. There aren’t any easy answers, but there is help out there for you. At Hope Pregnancy Center, we understand that the options seem overwhelming and you may not know where to begin. Remember, you have time. The best step you can take is to consider all your available options and gather the most up-to-date information so that you can make a well-thought-out decision. We respect your freedom to choose, and we will support you as you go through the decision making process.
Abortion is a medical procedure and it is important to research the facts associated with it. Questions you may ask yourself before pursing an abortion are:
Am I eligible for an abortion?
What types of abortion are available to me?
Are there any risks associated with abortion?
If you are considering this option, it is recommended that you speak with someone. The staff at the Hope Pregnancy Center is available to answer any questions you may have. Please schedule an appointment to learn more.
A decision to become a parent whether you had planned for it or not, can be life-changing. Sometimes your feelings can be excited in one minute and terrified in the next. You may be asking yourself?
Will my parents be supportive?
Is my relationship with my partner strong enough?
Do I have the skills necessary to raise a child?
Can I complete School and/or work?
What will my friends think?
When the questions are overwhelming, a caring and compassionate staff member at Hope Pregnancy Center is ready to talk through all your questions.
Not sure if abortion or parenting are the right choice for you? Another option available to you is Adoption. Adoption has changed a lot over the years and there are many different kinds of adoption available today. It is important to research your options and make an informed choice. You may be considering adoption for the following reasons:
You don’t feel ready to be a parent
Your partner is not supportive of your pregnancy
You feel unable to provide your child with emotional and/or financial support
There is no easy option, but our staff is ready to provide you with information and guidance to answer your questions. You are strong enough to make a decision that's best for you.