Pregnancy may be something that may be unexpected, what you have been hoping for or planned for – regardless, you are bound to have lots of questions.
If you think you’re pregnant, you’re probably experiencing a range of emotions and that is normal.
You may feel pressure to make a decision, but it is important that you take the time to consider what’s best for your physical and mental health and feel certain that you’re making the right decision for yourself. It’s important to seek support when you need it and remember that the decision is yours.
All-options pregnancy counselling allows you to explore your feelings, thoughts, behaviours in regards to pregnancy options in an unbiased and non-judgmental way with the aim to support you through what can be a sensitive and difficult time. Some pregnancy options counsellors may advise against abortion because of their own beliefs, so it’s a good idea to ask questions over the phone before making an appointment.
Free primary health care and support services to young people aged 12 to 25. Services include contraception, sexual health, antenatal check ups, referral and advocacy for housing, parenting support and education.