You are pregnant. You may be feeling emotional, angry, distressed.
Or you may be feeling excited, hopeful, nervous...
Will he support me? Will he leave me? You are worried about what your
boyfriend or husband will think. You are worried about what your friends
will think. You are worried about what your family will think.
You are not alone. Millions of women and girls have been in your situation
before. When you are pregnant, it is important to have information.
So Right to Life has provided it here.
Open this PDF file for a poster and invitation to attend the story of Rebecca Kiessling's story.
Can I Go?
Find information on where you can get a free and confidential pregnancy
testing, counseling, health care and access to all of the resources
available to you in our Crisis Pregnancy Centers section.
What Are My Options?
You may feel like you need to do something--and fast. But you need
to have all the information available to you, in order to make an
informed decision. Find it here in our Pregnancy section.
I Can't Do This
Michigan's Safe Haven Laws allow you to drop off your baby at an approved
health care facility - NO QUESTIONS ASKED. Learn more about it in
our Safe Havens Law section.
You Are Going To Be Alright
No matter what you have been through or where you have been, there
are people, resources and financial support.
You are pregnant. And you are going to be alright.