Who should you talk to?

The first decision you’ll likely make about your unplanned pregnancy is who you’ll share the news with—or if you’ll share it at all. Depending on your situation, you may feel like confiding in someone is just not an option. However, hiding your pregnancy leaves you to sort through this crisis alone. Confiding in a partner, friend or relative could leave you feeling similarly stranded. At Your First Look you can trust us to give you the information and support you need.

Finding a provider that specializes in serving women facing unplanned pregnancies is instrumental to the quality of care you’ll receive. The right provider will put you first, respecting you and giving you the medical resources and unbiased information you need to help you make the decision that’s right for you. You’re fully capable of making your own choices. You need someone who is willing and able to support you in them. Complete support can mean the difference between decisions made out of fear and those made with confidence.

At Your First Look Women’s Center, we supply:

Emotional Support: Empathy, trust and confidence; protection from outside pressures; non-judgmental, unbiased counsel.

Tangible Support: Confidential, professional patient services adhering to current medical standards of care.

Information Support: Valuable, relevant information and resources; impartial referrals.