Crisis Pregnancy Help

Are you pregnant and it’s a problem?

You are in the right place. There are many support services to help you during and after a crisis pregnancy, whatever option you choose.
Free, non-judgemental counselling can help you to:

  • Work through your feelings about the pregnancy.
  • Get support in dealing with the shock and distress you may be feeling so that you can move on from the crisis.
  • Discuss your choices – Parenting, adoption and, if requested, abortion.
  • Get help in telling your partner, friends and family if you need it.
  • Get practical information on your rights and entitlements, and the supports available if you’re in education or if you’re working.
  • Get referral to other helpful services such as GPs, medical services, supported accommodation services or specialist adoption agencies if you wish.

Advice for helping a friend or partner experiencing crisis pregnancy

Most women rely on the support of a friend, a partner or family member to help them deal with a crisis pregnancy. Just being a good listener can make all the difference to a woman in crisis. Use the Positive Options website or leaflet for details of how to get extra help or advice, such as professional counselling support or information about adoption, abortion or other useful services during and after pregnancy.

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