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“I think I’m pregnant. What do I do? I didn’t plan on this and I don’t know what to do. I’m confused, scared, maybe excited, totally not prepared to start or expand my family – can somebody please help me?”

WE CAN HELP. At Birthright of St. Charles we have been helping women facing the challenges of an unplanned pregnancy for more than 30 years. There is no judgment here, only caring people who will listen and then work with you to find the right solution to what is certainly a life-altering event. Your life will be forever impacted by the choices you make now. We have masters level, professional counselors with the knowledge to review all the options with you. They can also refer you to helpful resources that know how to help you, and assist with the physical, financial and emotional support you need.

You might feel like you are in the middle of a huge crisis. You might feel alone and boxed in. But this is not the time to make a hasty decision. This is the time to make thoughtful decisions, not rush. Think. You need information and a helping hand. Please take our hand.

All the services we provide at Birthright of St. Charles are free and confidential. Call and make an appointment or just stop in. We are waiting for you.

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