Consider all your options---for you and your unborn child---
Woman have real options when facing an unplanned pregnancy. Unfortunately, the term “choice” has been too often hijacked by the abortion industry which profits from abortion.
Throughout the United States there are over 3,000 Crisis Pregnancy Centers staffed by professionals and volunteers ready to provide assistance to women facing untimely or unplanned pregnancies.
Unlike many abortion providers, Pregnancy Support Centers offer pregnancy tests for free, regardless of income level. They also offer counselling and a wide range of services at no cost. Many pregnancy support centers offer maternity and baby clothes, baby equipment, pre and post-natal medical care, Some even offer advice on how a woman in school can continue her education, or go on to earn an advance degree. These centers offer real, tangible help and hope for women so they can realize they don’t have to choose between their own lives and the lives of their unborn children. These loving pregnancy support centers genuinely care about you and your unborn child.
Adoption---a Loving Option!
Women do not “give up” anything when they choose adoption for their baby. They are choosing a life for their child. They are also helping a family who is struggling to conceive a child, but is unable to do so.
Contact an Adoption Specialist, 24 hours per day; 7 days per week:
1-844-824-6673 or text Pregnant to 88769. IMpregnant.org
Contact the National Council for Adoption 1-866-355-7965, IChooseAdoption.org
Information regarding adoption guidelines, agencies, and services in Maine: http://www.maine.gov/dhhs/ocfs/cw/adoption/guidetoadoption.htm
The prospect of raising a child can feel overwhelming, even if it is part of a plan. How will I afford this? Will I be a good parent? What if I don't have a partner? You are not alone. These are common questions for any pregnant woman or couple. There are many resources out there to help put your mind at ease and prepare you for the greatest job you would ever have... parenthood. If you are currently considering your options please visit the Local Support Listings tab for a list of Maine pregnancy support centers, or print out an Options brochure as indicated on this page.