In order to know which type of abortion you are eligible for, you should have an ultrasound exam to confirm viability and determine the gestational age of your pregnancy. This will determine the type and cost of your abortion. The Center for Life Choices is committed to providing you with everything you need to make an informed choice. We believe women and men have a right to get accurate information from a resource that will not profit from choices they make. All our services are free and confidential. We do not provide or refer for abortions. We do not profit from any of your sexual health or pregnancy decisions. We inform, you decide.
What are the most common types of abortions?
What type of abortion am I eligible for if I am up to 9 weeks pregnant?
Are there any possible side effects from taking the abortion pill?
What does fetal development look like at 5-9 weeks?
What type of abortion am I eligible for if I am up to 12 weeks pregnant?
Are there any possible side effects from a suction or vacuum aspiration abortion?
What does Fetal Development look like at 9-13 weeks?
What type of abortion am I eligible for if I am up to 15 weeks pregnant?
What does Fetal Development look like at 14-16 weeks?
What type of abortion am I eligible for if I am up to 21 weeks pregnant?
Are there any possible side effects from a dilation & evacuation abortion?
What does Fetal Development look like at 17-20 weeks?
What is Post Abortion Syndrome (PAS)?
Who gets Post Abortion Syndrome and what are some of the possible symptoms?
What are some of the factors that determine if a woman will experience Post Abortion Syndrome?
The Center for Life Choices connects patients to local resources and services in order to ensure that they receive support throughout and after their pregnancy.
How can adoption be good for me and my baby?
Can I choose a family for my baby?
How much contact can I have with my baby after birth and after adoption?
How soon after birth can my baby go to the parents I choose?
How much will my child know about me?
Does the birthfather have any rights?
Can my child find me if he/she wants to search someday?
How can I be sure my child will be well cared for?
Do I need an attorney or do I pay my agency to assist me with the adoption?
Does the agency offer assistance with medical and living expenses while I am making an adoption plan?
Many people would like to be parents at some point in their lives. Although the timing and your current situation may not be what you pictured, your pregnancy still offers you the opportunity to experience the joy of becoming a parent. Caring for a new life is a big responsibility. We can help you understand and realistically evaluate your options to determine if parenting is right for you.
If you have decided that you are ready to parent taking good care of your baby means taking care of yourself. Starting before your baby’s birth, your physical health and emotional well-being are important, as is a healthy lifestyle. We can help you with newborn and parenting resources and support programs. We also have relationships with many local community organizations and can assist you with referrals.