Don’t Want Another Abortion?

We understand. Having an abortion is hard physically and emotionally. If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy but don’t want to have another abortion, you have other options. 

Take a closer look at what is involved in making an adoption plan or the possibility of parenting. One of our caring team members can discuss both options with you in a private, judgment-free meeting. 

Schedule an appointment today. 

First, Have You Confirmed Your Pregnancy?

Even though your period may be late and you’ve taken a home pregnancy test, you should confirm your pregnancy with an ultrasound. Why an ultrasound? 

Ultrasound reveals whether your pregnancy is growing or if you’ve had a miscarriage. Experts estimate as many as 26% of all pregnancies end in a miscarriage. 

You could get a positive pregnancy test days or weeks after a miscarriage because it takes time for your body to return to pre-pregnancy hormone levels.

Once a woman takes our no-cost pregnancy test, Reach Out Pregnancy Center offers no-cost ultrasounds to pregnant women in their first trimester (up to 12 weeks gestation). 

An ultrasound also reveals how far along you are in your pregnancy and if the location is correct. Don’t skip this essential step.  

Why Should I Consider Making an Adoption Plan?

Women choose to place their children for adoption for many reasons. Perhaps they already care for other children and don’t have the time or resources for one more. Or maybe they feel they are too young or too old. Some women simply don’t want to be parents. 

Whatever your reason, adoption may be the perfect option. As the expectant woman or birth mother, you can receive the following:

  • Free adoption counseling and services
  • Select the couple who raises your child
  • Choose the lifestyle you want your child to have
  • Decide which adoption plan is best for you
  • Receive medical and legal care for free
  • Possibly receive other assistance such as rent, food, maternity clothing, etc.

Adoption is a difficult choice to make. It requires a great deal of transparency and support, but with proper counseling, you will know if it is your best decision. 

We cannot place your child for adoption, and we do not financially profit from your choice. We can provide referrals to reputable adoption agencies. 

Could I Parent?

Parenting is challenging, but if you have determination, you can be a successful parent. Being a parent is one of the most rewarding jobs ever, and the Reach Out team is ready to support and encourage you.

We can help you with the following:

  • Parenting classes
  • Consultation and educational services for pregnancy
  • Professional community referrals for medical care, counseling, and more
  • Material support such as diapers, formula, baby food, baby clothes, furniture, and other baby items
  • Assistance in learning to care for your baby, covering topics such as breastfeeding, formula, changing diapers, developing a routine, and first aid
  • Life skills classes to help you with budgeting, nutrition, relationships
  • Low-cost or no-cost professional resources

What Do I Need to Do?

Both placing a child for adoption and choosing to parent mean carrying your child to full term. Don’t worry. We offer prenatal classes to show you what to expect at every stage of your pregnancy. 

You will learn how to deal with morning sickness, how your baby develops, physical changes in your body, and what to expect during childbirth. Pregnancy can be emotional, but we’ll be right by your side along the way.

Contact Reach Out Pregnancy Center to discuss your options. Fill out our online contact form or call (513) 367-7710. We’re here for you.