Many clients come to us with difficult questions…
- Am I really pregnant?
- What are my options?
- Where do I go from here?
Our desire is to provide a safe, positive environment in which women and couples can explore answers to these questions. We want to help provide the information and support they need to develop a plan they can live with long term. Our trained volunteer peer counselors and nurses meet one-on-one with those who visit the center. These competent volunteers explore the client’s situation, highlight available resources, and provide much-needed support and encouragement to those facing an unexpected pregnancy.
Initial direct services can take many forms, including:
- pregnancy tests
- pregnancy options information
- information about abortion procedures and risks
- pregnancy verification
- limited ultrasound scans
- referrals for medical care and other resources
Hope Pregnancy Center does not perform or refer for abortions under any circumstances. However, we know abortion is an option that is available to women, and we don’t judge anyone who follows through on an abortion plan. Our door remains open to any client who may seek services from us again, whether for healing following an abortion, or for support with a later pregnancy.