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If you’ve had an abortion before, you might not want to go through it again. If you’ve found out you’re pregnant again, you understandably are feeling very anxious about what you can do.

You have two choices: you can decide to raise the child or consider adoption. Exploring these alternatives thoroughly can help you make a decision that aligns with your values, circumstances, and long-term goals. 

There’s help out there to support you with whichever choice you make.

Considering Becoming A Parent

Becoming a parent is a huge role to take on, and it’s understandable that you are hesitant about choosing this option. It’s normal to feel unprepared for the challenges you’d face as a parent. 

Consider the support you have, such as friends, family, or a partner. They can offer emotional or practical help. Reflect on the commitment parenting requires and its impact on your future.

There are considerable resources available to you that you may not know about, from parenting classes, books, online self-help, and even material assistance

Opting For Adoption

Adoption allows you to tailor a plan that fits your unique situation perfectly. As a birth mother, you’re in charge of this process and can select the type of adoption that feels most comfortable to you.

You have three main types of adoption plans to consider:

Open Adoption: In an open adoption, you have the opportunity to meet and choose the adoptive family before your child’s birth. This type of plan allows you to establish a relationship with both the adoptive family and your child by sharing personal details.

Closed Adoption: Should you prefer not to maintain contact with the adoptive family, a closed adoption might be the right choice. In this scenario, an adoption agency will select a family that matches your preferences without exchanging personal information. This means there will be no direct contact with your child.

Semi-Open Adoption: A semi-open adoption offers a middle ground, enabling some communication with the adoptive family and your child through the agency or a third party without sharing personal identifying information. 

You Can Do This

Abortion is not the only option. A Pregnancy Center and Clinic is here to provide free pregnancy services and options counseling so you don’t have to navigate this challenge alone. 

Schedule a safe and confidential appointment. Our team will be here to answer all your burning questions and show you the resources you can use to make a confident choice with your pregnancy.

Contact us today.

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What Are the Types of Abortion?

There are two major types of abortion. We offer more information about abortion and to discuss risks thoroughly before you make a decision. Know the facts.

Is Adoption for Me?

Are you considering the option of adoption? As the birth mother, you choose the adoption plan you’re comfortable with and the adoptive family.

Do I Need An Ultrasound?

If you received a positive pregnancy test and your results are confirmed, an ultrasound is needed. Ultrasounds provide crucial information about your health, well-being, and options for your pregnancy in the decision process.