Crisis Pregnancy

  • Currently 0/5 Stars.
You may use the stars on the left to rate and leave feedback for the current article. No registration is required. Waiting for 5 votes 0.0 of 5 stars (0 votes) — Thanks for your vote

Please fill out the following optional information before submitting your rating:

A crisis pregnancy is certainly an overwhelming experience and every woman's close friends and family members will have shared their opinions on the situation if given the chance. Many women seeking counseling outside of family and friends' advice are doing so with the hopes of finding an unbiased professional who can work through all possible options for the pregnancy. No one wants to feel bullied into a decision that is as serious and life-changing as whether or not to terminate a pregnancy or see it through and become a single parent or place with an adoptive family.

When faced with a crisis pregnancy, rally your support, your friends, family, and community to ensure the healthiest pregnancy for your unborn baby. This will stabilize the situation providing food for you, shelter, medical expenses, emotional support through friends and family and if needed some professional counseling. Most states offer these basic services through their various state or city governments. You’re not in it alone. It may feel like it, but identifying your support will help you get the help you need.

Crisis pregnancy centers, or CPCs, are free counseling centers run by Christian organizations all over the world, although primarily in North America. While some states provide some form of funding for these centers, they are also affiliated with major anti-abortion and pro-life organizations such as Care Net, Heartbeat International, Birthright International and National Institute of Family and Life Advocates. CPCs generally provide biased counseling for women who are seeking out these centers unsure of how to handle their unplanned pregnancy.

In the past, crisis pregnancy centers have been criticized for misleading women by advertising and giving the impression of being an abortion clinic by opening centers in proximity of a clinic. Advertising pregnancy tests and free sonograms are a common trait for a CPC. However, these are not licensed medical centers. The pregnancy tests are often over-the-counter tests and the sonograms are generally used as a means to convince a woman to change her mind about an abortion.

By meeting with an adoptive professional, many of the questions women face during an unplanned pregnancy can be answered in a calm and professional environment. If feelings of pressure to place, parent or abort are stressed, then finding a different professional might be the answer. Finding a good fit is the key to understanding and educating yourself with the best options for you.

People who searched for "crisis pregnancy" also searched for: crisis pregnancies

Category: Pregnancy

See Also: crisis pregnancy center

Articles About "Crisis Pregnancy"

When Does Adoption Begin?
When does Adoption Begin? Marcy Wineman Axness With narrative from the experience of Heather Lowe, birthmother The only thing I was ever told was that it was best to begin separating now. To start addressing the child by the name the prospective adoptive parents picked out for him. To think of...
Navigating the Agency Maze - evaluating adoption agency web sites
Before the days of the Internet, finding an adoption agency (for both prospective adoptive parents and expectant parents) used to be fairly easy, but fairly limited as well: Word-of-mouth referrals from friends, social agencies, physicians, churches, etc. Local phone books We tended to...
LDS Resources
Adoption International Adoption Special Needs Adoption LDS Family Services Create an Online Profile Foster Care Foster Parenting Foster Child Adoption Unplanned Pregnancy Crisis Pregnancy Help LDS Family Services Find LDS Couples Hoping to Adopt LDS Birthmom Discussion List
Examining the Adoption Option:
Her whisper fills an empty silence as, staring at her growing belly, she says, "I don't know what to do, if only you could tell me what to do." Her un-born baby's voice is just as still as her own, a floating conscience that seems to be waiting for something, though what ... neither knows for sure....

"Crisis Pregnancy" in the News

Bogus "Pregnancy Centers" May Continue To Ignore Local Law
New York's network of pro-life "crisis pregnancy centers" that masquerade as clinics do not have to comply with a city law that requires them to disclose to patients whether or not they provide actual medical services or employ licensed medical professionals on-site. The U.S. Court of...
Montana was the only hope for women living 600 miles in any direction to obtain an abortion. Now there
Supes talk separation of church and state
The Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday, April 8, opened with a lively debate on an ever-contentious subject, which led to an unusual vote by the board.
Birthline to start men's program
Birthline of Loveland wants to get more men involved in the nonprofit, beyond having a few men on the board of directors.

More from the Pregnancy Category

Vaginal Bleeding
Abortion Procedure
Teen Pregnancy
Estimated Due Date
Third Trimester
Abortion Services
Partial-birth Abortion
Abortion Clinic
Your Options
Second Trimester

"Crisis Pregnancy" in the Adoption Blogs

Emotional Support in Pregnancy
March 3, 2011, 3:27 pm
A crisis pregnancy is a turning point that is a significant emotional event. It doesn’t matter how you got here; it matters what you do with this time. People who have planned pregnancies have thought about everything of when ovulation starts to college plans. These long term plans change quickly...
Opening The Door to Open Adoption
April 4, 2011, 11:54 am
When people learn that we have an open adoption with both of our daughters’ biological families, the first question we are usually asked is, “Aren’t you scared they’ll come knocking on your front door?” The general fear is that biological parents are untrustworthy and selfish.  Despite the...
What Is an Open Adoption?
October 2, 2009, 7:29 am
Jenna wrote a great post the other day: Is Your Agency Promoting Open Adoption? . Although this is on the Crisis Pregnancy blog, the information is useful for adoptive parents as well. Too often, I've heard from adoptive parents that their agencies told them the birthparents didn't want an open...
Find more blogs on crisis pregnancy

Stories About "Crisis Pregnancy"

Katey's Story
I don't know how to start this except to say that Haley saved my life. The months before I found out that I was pregnant I was on a court order....I could not starve myself, I had to take medication...
To Save A Baby's Life
Hi! I am a 36 year old married mother of three boys ages 9, 11, and 13. I gave my daughter up for adoption on January 17, 2002, due to the fact that me and my husband were separated when she was...

"Crisis Pregnancy" on

Crisis Pregnancy: Crisis Pregnancies, Pregnancy, Family ...
Defining Crisis Pregnancy.....22 2.2. Crisis Pregnancy and GUI.....24 3. Unmarried-cohabitant and Solo Parents: Life and Lifestyle.....33 3. 1. Health ... Crisis pregnancy - Cylex. Results for Crisis pregnancy; customer reviews, prices, contact details, opening hours for Crisis pregnancy keyword.
Crisis Pregnancy: Crisis Pregnancies, Pregnancy, Family ...
Episode #1.4 (22 February 2007) ... The Pregnancy (22 February 2005) - Moz , associate producer The Body (1 March 2005 ... Personality Crisis (20 March 2001) ... Number of Quotations with Each Concept Term | Eigen's ... Web Results for "Crisis Pregnancy"

Web Results for "Crisis Pregnancy"

Crisis pregnancy - Cylex
Results for Crisis pregnancy; customer reviews, prices, contact details, opening hours for Crisis pregnancy keyword.
Solo and unmarried-cohabitant parenthood and crisis pregnancy ...
Defining Crisis Pregnancy.....22 2.2. Crisis Pregnancy and GUI.....24 3. Unmarried-cohabitant and Solo Parents: Life and Lifestyle.....33 3. 1. Health ...
Settings Help Feedback
Template Settings
Width: 1024     1280
Choose a Location:
Choose a Theme: