If your pregnancy test is positive, you have a decision to make. You are not alone in this situation. It is important you make an informed decision as it will impact the rest of your life. You have three options.
Becoming a parent is a big step. We can walk you through the questions you'll need to answer as you consider this option, like "Can I afford to parent?" or "Will I be able to stay in school?" or "How will this impact my future plans?" Choosing to continue your pregnancy and to parent is challenging. But with the support of caring people, parenting education, and other resources, many women find the help and support they need to make this choice.
Making an adoption plan gives you a lot of choices. You can choose a family and choose how involved you want to be. It's all up to you. Each year over 50,000 women in America make this choice. Adoption is a decision made by a woman who wants a life for her baby that she is unable to provide right now.
Abortion is a medical procedure, so you owe it to yourself to get complete information. We can discuss the different types of abortion procedures with you and the risks associated so you can have all the facts. Because everyone should have access to this information, our services, including ultrasounds, are provided without charge.
Help Is Available
Facing an unexpected pregnancy can seem overwhelming. That is why knowing where to go for help is important. The Hope Center wants to help you through this difficult time.
Our center does not offer abortion services or abortion referrals.
To confirm that your pregnancy is a viable pregnancy, we offer a *free limited obstetrical ultrasound with one of our trained and licensed ultrasound technicians. We will use our ultrasound machine to see how far along you are and confirm that you have a pregnancy in your uterus. Based on the availability of a sonographer and length of pregnancy, we can schedule you for an ultrasound on a future date available.
Getting a lab quality pregnancy test and an ultrasound are the first steps you can take in making informed choices for your health.
*Limited ultrasound is available to determine if the baby is in the uterus, measure the size of the baby, and measure the rate of the baby's heartbeat.