If you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy and wondering if abortion is your only option—the answer is no! Parenting and adoption are two different choices you can make for your pregnancy. Read on to learn more about your other pregnancy options. Looking to speak to someone in person about your pregnancy? Contact Choose Hope Women’s Center
An online or at-home abortion involves receiving abortion drugs by mail and taking them at home. To protect your health, it’s essential to know all you can about this option since it comes with unique risks. Read on to learn more about these risks and next steps for staying safe. Have questions in the meantime?
Abortion is a permanent, life-changing decision that terminates a pregnancy, and it’s a woman’s right to be as informed as possible before making this choice. That’s why we believe in talking about abortion. With so much information online and in the media about abortion, it can be challenging to know where to begin. This is
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by difficult emotions after having an abortion, you’re not alone. Studies show that women who have an abortion are 80 percent more likely to suffer from mental health struggles compared to women who carried their pregnancy to term. Whether you’re experiencing guilt, shame, regret, or anxiety after an abortion, there is
Insurance policies generally do not cover those not legally related to the policyholder (whether by blood, through adoption, or in marriage). How Does My Insurance Work? Insurance helps cover the insured’s medical and financial expenses (the policyholder and their legal dependents). If you, the policyholder, would like to add dependents, there has to be a
According to several studies, there is a connection between mental health effects and abortion. Women considering an abortion should understand what these impacts are and how they relate to abortion. Some mental health impacts are: Sadness Stress Depression Guilt Can You Define Mental Health? According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, “Mental
What are the Different Types of Abortion? There are two types of abortions: Medical Surgical One is more of an invasive technique than the other. However, both are serious procedures that should be thoroughly discussed with a trusted medical provider or pregnancy center to ensure you protect your health and wellness. What Is a Medical