At First Choice Georgia, we are here to listen to you. We offer you a safe, non-judgmental place to talk, to think through your options, and to share how you are feeling during this decision-making process.
Our trained patient advocates and nursing staff are available to discuss your alternatives and answer your questions. They will provide you with evidence-based information regarding abortion, adoption, and parenting. It is very important that you decide what is best for you now and in the future.
First Choice Georgia’s options education includes a discussion of all three of the choices you have if you are pregnant. These include:
Abortion & The Risks
There are different methods of abortions used depending on how far along in the pregnancy you are. Each one has possible risks and complications. While First Choice Georgia Pregnancy Clinic does not perform or refer for abortions, we can discuss the various abortion procedures with you and answer your questions.
To make a truly informed decision about abortion, you should schedule professional pre-abortion screening. Contact us today to make an appointment for free and confidential options education.
Choosing To Parent
If abortion or adoption are not for you, parenting could be an option. We offer parenting classes to prepare you parenthood and share valuable information on becoming the best parent you can be. There are other resources in our community to which we may be able to refer you, as well.
Deciding On Adoption
Placing your baby for adoption may be a difficult choice, but don’t let the fear of the unknown keep you from exploring it. Many women facing an unplanned pregnancy find adoption the best option for them. We encourage you to learn all the facts and know for sure. After confirming you are pregnant, a patient advocate can answer your questions about what placing your baby for adoption could look like for you.
We partner with local adoption agencies who love and support birth mothers throughout the pregnancy and during the adoption process. These agencies make it their mission to meet the need of the expectant mother physically, spiritually, and emotionally. In addition to meeting the needs of the birth mother, our agencies prioritize placing children in safe, loving, two-parent homes.
Your Next Step
Before you make your decision, it is crucial that you know for sure if you are pregnant and how far along you are. Our medical team can answer these questions for you with pregnancy testing and an ultrasound.
Reliable information is always a valuable resource, and we are happy to share it with you. Make a free and confidential appointment today to talk to a trained patient advocate about your pregnancy choices.