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If you are pregnant, you can find the support and care you need here. You are not alone. We stand with you. When you are pregnant, you have three options: parenting, adoption, and abortion. Call 1-844-274-7785 to get a free pregnancy test, possible ultrasound, and to learn about your options. We understand this is a big decision and encourage you to call to get all the information you need.
Federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) are community-based organizations that provide comprehensive primary care and preventive care (e.g. health, oral, women’s health, and mental health/substance abuse services). Services are provided to persons of all ages, regardless of their ability to pay or health insurance status.
Find a FQHC near you: HRSA Data Warehouse or GetYourCare.org.
Prenatal and Obstetric Care
If you are unsure of where to find an OBGYN for your women’s and prenatal services, we recommend the OBGYNs associated with the Association of American Pro-Life Obstetricians & Gynecologists (AAPLOG). They will listen to your needs and advocate for your health and wellbeing. You can also call 1 (844) 274-7785 for a referral to care.
American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists
AAPLOG is an organization of 2,500 members and associates who affirm the unique value and dignity of individual human life in all stages of growth and development from fertilization onward. On the AAPLOG website, you will find a directory of physicians to assist you here.
If you are looking for or need an additional advocate throughout your pregnancy and birth, a doula will focus on your needs, offering physical and emotional support, while advocating for you to the nurses and doctors involved.
Abide Women’s Health Services
Abide Women’s Health Services exists to improve birth outcomes in communities with the lowest quality of care by offering healthcare and complimentary services that are easily accessible, holistic, evidence based and free from judgment.
If you are a student, you have rights and protections as a pregnant or parenting person. Almost 3.8 million women will have a child each year and 1 in 5 college students are parents. You are not alone.
Title IX was enacted in 1972 to protect women from sex discrimination and has been applied to ensure that any school (high school or college) that receives federal funding cannot discriminate against students who are pregnant or parenting. Title IX protections include, but are not limited to, housing, financial aid, pregnancy related absences, athletics, and student activities.Learn More
Making the decision to place your child in a loving home is a difficult and courageous choice. We support you in whatever decision you make to give you and your child the best future. As you consider your options, gather as much information as you need. As you think about your options, we encourage you to contact an adoption agency with any questions you have. Know that asking questions does not mean you are making a commitment.
National Council for Adoption
The National Council for Adoption provides a wide variety of information and resources for birthparents as well as prospective adoptive parents. You can learn about adoption, watch testimonial videos, read stories, find a nearby adoption agency, and more. To contact NCFA, call 703-299-6633, or email [email protected].
If you are faced with an unintended pregnancy and are interested in knowing more about adoption, in a confidential, non-obligatory forum, we encourage you to join www.adoption-share.com today. As an anonymous member, you can gather adoption information without formal commitment, research families that want to adopt, and find out if this is the right option for you. For a more in-depth inquiry, “friend” an agency on our network and have your questions answered. Email your questions to[email protected].
CoAbode was founded on the principle that two single moms raising children together can achieve more. Combining resources allows single mothers and their kids to afford a better home in a better school district, helps lighten the load of parenting and childcare, and enhances their economic opportunities. coabode.org/resources
Abortion Changes You
Abortion Changes You is a confidential space for men, women, family member and friends who are touched by abortion. This interactive website communicates to students that they are not alone and that healing is possible. The site features a grief loss healing model with anonymous activities such as Tell Your Story, Post Feelings and placing your initials on the Wall of Hope. Visitors can also read personal stories and find help in their area. The site is a non-judgmental place that welcomes men and women just as they are and provides them with a place to begin healing at their own pace.
Email: [email protected]
Support After Abortion
Support After Abortion is a network of support for women and men impacted by reproductive loss. “Healing after pregnancy loss permits men and women the opportunity to share their grief and loss with others who have experienced similar pain. People experience healing from sharing their stories with others who will not judge them. Theresa Burke writes in her book, Forbidden Grief, ‘It is only when we have the support of others who will not judge or condemn us that we feel safe from social rejection. This support makes it easier for us to confront and explore the deepest part of our souls.’”
Join a Virtual Support Group: supportafterabortion.com/virtual-support-groups
Email: [email protected]
Facing an abusive situation? Need someone to talk to? Being coerced or forced to abort is illegal. Call our hotline for resources and assistance.
Center Against Forced Abortions: 210-614-7157