A Woman's Concern

Your Options

Pregnant? Not sure what to do?

First things first—know that you are not alone.

About half of all women in the U.S. have an unplanned pregnancy at some point in their lives. Slow down, breathe, and give yourself time to sort through your thoughts and emotions so that you can make a good decision for yourself and your family.

Along with our community partners, we have resources and programs designed specifically to help people in your situation to manage your concerns and prepare for a successful future.

There are three options for your pregnancy: parenting your child, placing your child for adoption, and ending your pregnancy through abortion. There is no easy choice. It’s completely natural to have mixed emotions about an unplanned pregnancy; it’s important for you to talk about your feelings. We recommend that you find a trusted person to open up to—your partner, friend, family member, or an Advocate at A Woman’s Concern. Learn more about your pregnancy options below.

The choice is yours.

This is a big decision, and you deserve to have all the information you need to make an informed decision about your pregnancy. You are welcome to bring a support person with you to your confirmation of pregnancy appointment to receive critical information also.

No one can force you to terminate your pregnancy, even if you are a minor.

The United States Supreme Court makes it clear that an abortion decision by any woman—even a minor—must be her decision; that it must be voluntary and non-coerced. No one can legally force you to have an abortion. (Source)

This information is intended for education purposes and is not a substitute for professional counseling and/or medical advice.

If you have any questions, call us today, and we will do our best to answer those questions and support you every step of the way. No matter what you decide, we’re here for you.

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