Pregnant? Before you make a decision regarding your pregnancy, know that you have options to consider.



Are you considering abortion? Before making an appointment at an abortion clinic, it is extremely important to know it is a medical procedure that comes with potential risks. Do you know what type of abortion you will be getting? Do you know the physical and emotional risks? You have a right to this information to make an informed decision.


An unplanned pregnancy can bring forth a lot of strong emotions for you and those close to you. You may feel like you are not ready to be a parent, your life circumstances are not fitting for a child, or perhaps your partner or family is insisting on an abortion.


We know exactly how you feel and you're not alone. Many of our staff and volunteers have been where you are. Women’s Pregnancy Options can help you understand your pregnancy and discuss your options regarding abortion.



Adoption is a very misunderstood process. If you are considering adoption, know that it IS a loving choice. Many say “give up” for adoption which makes many women feel as if they are doing something wrong. That couldn’t be farther from the truth.


Today, there are adoption plans where you can be a part of your child's life and get life updates as they grow. You can have the peace of knowing your child is loved and cared for by the couple you choose.


Women’s Pregnancy Options can help facilitate your meeting with an agency, understand the adoption process, and support you through your pregnancy while you plan your adoption. ​



The thought of being a parent may bring up questions that you do not have the answers to. The prospect of this new life could seem terrifying and impossible. Perhaps you have these thoughts running through your head:


  • My husband/boyfriend does not want a baby but I do

  • (For men) My wife/girlfriend doesn't want the baby but I do

  • I won’t be able to finish school

  • My parents will kick me out

  • Can I still work?

  • Where will I live?

  • I don't have medical insurance

  • I can't afford a child

  • I'm too young to be a parent


We are here to talk through your concerns and explore what it would mean to be a working parent, pregnant and parenting student, or even a single parent. We are here to empower you to make the most informed choice.