Facing a Crisis Pregnancy?
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Option Line 1-800-712-HELP (1-800-712-4357)
Option Line consultants refer you to a pregnancy resource center in your area for answers to questions about abortion, pregnancy tests, STD’s, adoption, parenting, medical referrals, housing, and many other issues. The toll-free number is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. From anywhere in the USA, you can reach a trained, caring person and then be connected to a pregnancy resource center near you for one-on-one help. Option Line is a joint venture between Care Net and Heartbeat International.
Birthright has a network of almost a thousand pregnancy help centers throughout the United States, These centers offer pregnancy testing, counseling, and resources, including medical, financial, and personal assistance. The Birthright philosophy is that a woman coming in for help does not represent a “statistic” or an “issue,” but is rather a human being looking for help and support in a time of need. In addition to pregnancy help services, Birthright also provides links to doctors and others in the local community who can help a woman after the birth of her child.
National Life Center 1-800-848-LOVE (1-800-848-5683)
National Life Center’s 24-hour hotline directs you to the closest Crisis Pregnancy Center in the United States and Canada.
Bethany Christian Services 1-800-BETHANY (1-800-238-4269)
Bethany Christian Services is one of the nation’s leading providers of adoption and crisis pregnancy support information. They operate a national hotline which is active from 8 AM to 12 PM, 7 days a week. This hotline routes callers to one of 56 local offices which can then provide local and regional information.
On-going education and support for parents are offered through Bethany's adoption support services. Bethany acknowledges that adoption is a life-long process and that adoptive families sometimes have unique issues and concerns. Bethany’s adoption pre-screening and placement program is one of the most recommended in the country, and they have placed more than 11,000 children in adoptive homes. In addition, Bethany provides good community-based follow-up, both for women who choose adoption or who raise their child themselves.