A one-time decision made in the heat of the moment and now the question of a possible pregnancy is a concern.
A relationship seemed so great, but now - he is not interested in being a father.
So many plans - going to college, and a good job - being a parent just does not fit into all of this.
Working fulltime, being a single parent, and now a possible pregnancy?
I missed my period, could I be pregnant?
Before I talk with my boyfriend, I need to know for sure.
Will my boyfriend be there for me?
I'm not ready to be a parent, not now. I am too young.
A pregnancy now would mess up my life. What can I do?
How can I tell my parents?
If you need to talk with someone who will listen and not judge you or your actions, give Mercy a call 610.376.0828 or contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
You do not need to face an unplanned pregnancy alone.
Mercy Community Crisis Pregnancy Center offers a listening ear, information, and help during a difficult time.
- Client Services:
- Free Self-Administered Pregnancy Test * - Referrals Are Made For Prenatal Care
- Parenting Education
- Material Supplies - Maternity/Infant/Toddler Clothing
- Confidential Volunteer Peer Counseling ** - This Is Not Professional Counseling
- Referrals For Social Services
- Information On Sexually Transmitted Infections
- Emergency Supplies - Diapers & Formula (As Available)
Appointments Are Preferred, But Not Necessary.
*Mercy Does Not Perform or Refer For Abortions.
**Mercy Does Not Offer Professional-Counseling Services.
If churches and individuals oppose abortion, they must be prepared to extend practical help to... the unmarried woman who is pregnant. To merely say...'you must not have an abortion' without being ready to involve themselves in the problem, is simply another way of being inhuman.
Francis A. Schaeffer & C. Everett Koop, M.D.
Whatever Happened to the Human Race