Pregnancy Options

The staff at Choices are trained to answer any questions you have regarding pregnancy options.

Whether you are considering abortion, adoption or parenting, we can help you get the facts and resources you need to make an informed decision. Our staff and volunteers are here to empower you to make a plan for your future and support you while taking the next step.

Take a few moments to review your different options, then call us at (863)-949-6360 to schedule your free consultation and ultrasound.

Abortion

life-changeThe staff at Choices are trained to answer any questions you have regarding pregnancy options.

Whether you are considering abortion, adoption or parenting, we can help you get the facts and resources you need to make an informed decision. Our staff and volunteers are here to empower you to make a plan for your future and support you while taking the next step.

picture1Take a few moments to review your different options, then call us at (863)-949-6360 to schedule your free consultation and ultrasound.
Have you been recently tested for STDs? It is in your best interest to be tested and treated for certain STDs before undergoing a termination procedure. Having an abortion with an untreated STD such as chlamydia or gonorrhea, can raise your risk of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) by 30%. 4 This could impact your health and ability to have a future pregnancy.

Parenting

safeSo maybe you wanted to have a kid (or another kid) someday but didn’t know that day was going to be so soon. If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy, your mind is probably swirling with questions. What about my future? How is this going to change my relationships? What about the father? Finding out you are pregnant can cause a wide-range of emotions, so we encourage you to talk to a family member or friend you trust. Our staff is more than willing to discuss your options with you and those you choose to include in your decision-making process. No one should be pressured into making a decision about their pregnancy. We want to provide a safe place for you to make the healthiest decision possible that is best for you.

Adoption

birth-parentsAdoption is a popular option for women who may be unable to currently parent such as if they are still in school or their life circumstances are such that they have other priorities. You may be thinking, “How could I carry my baby for nine months, only to give it away?” This is a common concern women have who are considering adoption, however, adoption is not what it used to be. Birth parents can decide how much contact they have with their child, and how frequent the updates would be. The birth mother has complete control over deciding who will raise her child. There are many couples who are unable to have children biologically but would make wonderful adoptive parents. Adoption is not foster-care where a child would be moved from home-to-home and the birth mother would not ever know what happened to the child. You would have peace of mind knowing that your child was placed with the family you chose. Exploring an adoption plan is not easy, but there are resources that can help you along the way. Most adoption agencies offer counseling and assistance with expenses during and after your pregnancy. We are not connected with any adoption agency and do not profit from your decision. Contact us for a free and confidential consultation with a trained advocate who can answer your questions and concerns about adoption.

Make An Appointment

Choices Pregnancy Care offices are open Tue & Wed from 10am-5pm. We can generally offer same-day appointments. Services are FREE and confidential

Get Directions

Our facility provides a high-quality, caring environment open to everyone.  We our located on the corner of Dr. JA Wilshire Ave and Scenic Hwy in Lake Wales, FL.

Talk To Someone

Call and leave a voicemail or text our confidential helpline and one of our client advocates will get back to you within 24 hours.

References:

  1. Rue VM, Coleman PK,Rue JJ, Reardon DC (2004). “Induced abortion and traumatic stress: A preliminary comparison of American and Russian women.” Medical Science Monitor, 10(10): SR5-16
  2. Florida Statutes. Termination of Pregnancies, 390.0111(3)a.(b)(I)
  3. National Institutes of Health (2014). Miscarriage. Retrieved fromhttp://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/001488.htm; Wilcox AJ, Weinberg CR, O’Connor JF, Baird DD, Schlatterer JP, Canfield RD (1988). Incidence of early loss of pregnancy. N Engl J Med; 319:89-94.
  4. Westergaard L, Phillipsen T, Scheibel J (1982). “Significance of cervical Chlamydia trachomatis infection in postabortal pelvic inflammatory disease.” Obstetrics and Gynecology, 68(5); 668-90

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