This is a talkline/phone service that serves the US and Canada for pro-choice, all-option pregnancy counseling.
Worried you might be pregnant? Evaluate your risk, find out what steps you may need to take next, check in with your feelings and by all means, breathe. We're here to walk you through it.
Pregnancy Options Workbook
This workbook is a free pdf that guides people through all the pregnancy options.
I'm a Mom Through Adoption Working To Recognize What My Daughter and Her Other Mother Have Lost
The day my daughter was born was the happiest of my life. It also just so happened to be one of the hardest for her other mama.
Making My Hair Mine
My adoptive mom’s hangups convinced me I was an ugly duckling with noticeable imperfections. Turns out, it was about her, not me, and certainly not about my hair, which isn't the enemy she -- or I -- thought it was, either.
Obtaining Abortion When You Need Funding and a Judicial Bypass
I am 16 years old and already have a 7 month old baby. My son has a lot of health problems, he was born with a lung disease and has holes in his heart. I recently found out I was pregnant again and I'm not for sure how to go about it. I've only told one person and that's my older sister....
It's Blog for Choice Day 2010!
We're glad this day has rolled around again, and always glad to have the opportunity to keeping talking about the essential human right of reproductive choice. Perhaps obviously, we're less glad that any of us still have to work so hard to support reproductive choice and justice, or to need to explain that it should simply be self-evident.
Do You Have Any Children? A Birthmother Speaks to the Personal & the Political
"Do you have any children…?" It’s such a typical question to ask someone, and for many it’s an easy yes or no answer. For me though, I consistently find myself hesitating to respond. Generally when speaking to strangers, casual acquaintances, and even new friends, I opt to answer “no.” On occasion, I brave the consequences and answer the truth: “Yes, I’m a birthmother.”
When I gave birth, options were discussed with me regarding what to do about the baby. For me, there seemed no choice but adoption. I was now 17. The thought of raising a child was an impossibility. I wanted to finish high school. I wanted to go to college. I wanted to have fun. I wanted to hang out with my friends. I just wanted to continue to be a teenager.
I might be pregnant, but don't want to tell my parents.
What should I do if I think I am pregnant but I don't want my mum or dad knowing?...