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October 3, 2023

What’s the chronological development of a fetus by week?

What does the development process look like when you're pregnant? See the development from fetus to baby.   Watch the following video that looks at the chronological development from fertilization…
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January 17, 2023

“Abortion is the Most Honorable Choice”

As a counselor who serves women in unexpected pregnancies and their options, there has been much falsehood spread about abortion and options other than abortion. The world tells women that abortion…
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January 17, 2023

“I Will Regret Choosing Adoption”

A great love meets a great loss when adoption is chosen. This life-giving and selfless choice you have made for yourself and your child is not without grief. Your life…
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January 16, 2023

“I Can’t Afford to be Pregnant”

Can I afford to be pregnant? Can I afford to keep my baby? Can I afford to be a parent? These are all great questions to ask yourself when you…
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January 16, 2023

“It’s Too Late to Make an Adoption Plan for My Baby”

Whether you are in your first trimester of pregnancy or you have already brought your baby home from the hospital, it is never too late to talk to a local…
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January 12, 2023

“No One Wants a Drug Addict’s Baby.”

What do I do if I am pregnant but struggling with an addiction? Can I still make an adoption plan for my baby? Do I have to stop using drugs?…

Pregnant + Considering Your Options?

We’ll help you explore your options with a goal of balance in what’s best for you and your child.

  • Personal advocate who represents your interests.
  • Freedom to consider all your pregnancy options.
  • Decision making at your own pace.
  • Provide you with hope and peace through all-inclusive care.
  • We believe you are not giving up your baby, but making a loving plan.


With two young children already to care for, Aosha chose to place her baby boy for adoption because she knew she couldn’t give him the life he deserved.

When Lili found out she was pregnant, she immediately looked up abortion clinics. It wasn’t until she found out it was twins that her mindset of having an abortion was changed.

Alexis’ whole life changed in 10th grade when she found out she was pregnant. She knew she didn’t want to go through the struggle of being a teenager and providing for a child.