Having an abortion is an extreme step and one that will impact your life long after the pandemic is over. If any of the quarantine pressures were removed, would you still end your pregnancy? Weigh the facts and your options.
Finding out you’re pregnant during the coronavirus pandemic raises a lot of questions and worries for uninsured women who have no prenatal care. Here’s how Options can help.
How will the coronavirus affect Options pregnancy services? Here’s what you need to know.
The Abortion Pill isn’t as simple as it sounds. Why having an ultrasound before you decide is a good idea.
Options for Woman will help you see your pregnancy through the lens of empowerment instead of crisis so you can make a confident decision. We’ll help you to find clarity and peace about your decision with information about your body, your health, and your pregnancy, without pressure.
Who are you going to call when you think you might be pregnant? Here are the top 10 reasons why you should call Options for Women first.
Options for Women has been listening to women for almost 40 years. Learn why we believe it is important to speak less and listen more when it comes to helping women with their unplanned pregnancies.
Options’ integrated care approach addresses you as a whole person to include early prenatal intervention as well as attention and care to all other areas of your life that will be affected by your unplanned pregnancy.
Your period is late. Your hands shake as you tear open the home pregnancy test and your heart pounds in your chest while you wait for the results. Two lines appear. To be sure, you take another test with the same results. Just as your stomach takes a...
“Wow! I can’t believe the heartbeat sounds so strong!” Hearing the first sounds of life during an ultrasound was a revelation to Stephanie, an Options client who was considering abortion. Before her Options ultrasound, Stephanie* thought she would have an...