Pregnant and not sure what to do?
Learn about your options and what to expect next. If a baby is not in your plans right now, abortion might seem like the best way out. Many women and couples find it empowering to understand all their options before making a final decision. If you have a viable pregnancy you have three choices to consider. Are you going to go with abortion or adoption? Or will you choose to become a parent? Our trained counselors are here to help women to make a decisions they will be proud of.
Before making a pregnancy decision, you will need to first know if you really are pregnant and how far along the pregnancy has developed. An ultrasound exam is the most reliable way to confirm a possible pregnancy and will help you make a fully informed choice. Contact us to schedule your free appointment for an accurate pregnancy test and ultrasound exam to confirm a pregnancy.
If your pregnancy test is positive, you may have a difficult decision to make. Facing an unexpected pregnancy can seem overwhelming. That is why knowing where to go for help is important. Talk to someone you can trust - we have caring people available to help you through this difficult time.
If you are considering parenting, but feel that you may not be ready or lack the skills to raise a child, Hart Life offers parental training and material assistance for Mom and Dad through our Earn While You Learn program, as well as referrals for assistance with many of your other needs.
It is important to get the facts on the adoption process before making this decision. Adoption has changed over the years and now offers the birth mother several options of involvement with her child as well as power in choosing adoptive parents. Women considering this option are under no obligation or pressure to place for adoption, but can investigate and learn more as they desire.
If you are considering abortion, it is important to know all the facts before making this difficult, potentially life-changing decision. Information on the various types of abortion at different stages of your pregnancy, how they are performed, and any risks associated with them. Abortion options range from the morning after pill to various surgical procedures. Accurate information, backed by scientific data, will help you as you make an informed choice.