Who Can I Talk To?

What if I am Pregnant?

What Are My Options?

PSIC  Positive Solutions Informed Choices is a resource for anyone experiencing an unplanned pregnancy.  Our trained client advocates are here to get to know you and to see how they can best help you.  You will receive support, information and services in a confidential, non-pressured environment.
We provide accurate medical information about pregnancy, fetal development, adoption, abortion, post-abortion syndrome and alternatives to abortion.
We are not here to make your decision, but to supply you with information that you can use to try to make the best decision that you can for yourself.  This information is provided to empower you to make an educated decision for your future.
If a baby is not in your plans right now, you may be feeling scared, pressured, or trapped.  An abortion might seem like the best way out. Your feelings are valid; this is a big decision.
There are at least three pregnancy options available to you. Each option may have immediate and long-term impacts on your life. To make an informed decision, consider all the options before making a decision.
PSIC is available to listen to your concerns, answer your questions, and discuss your options.  Contact us to share your thoughts and concerns with a trained mentor about what you are going through.
Here is an overview of your options:
If you think you might be pregnant, you probably have a lot of questions.
The first step to take to see if you might be pregnant is to take a pregnancy test.  PSIC offers free pregnancy testing and limited ultrasounds.
PSIC provides caring, confidential support if you or someone you know is facing an unplanned pregnancy.  Give us a call.  We are here for you.

What if My Girlfriend is Pregnant?
(That Question Comes with Other Questions):

  • Is she acting different because she is pregnant?
-Missed period, appetite changes, fatigue, nausea/vomiting, frequent urination, etc.

  • How do I know, for sure, that she is pregnant?
-PSIC provides FREE pregnancy testing.

  • She is pregnant, what do I do now?
-Do I have responsibilities?
-Do I have rights as a father?
-How do I support her and the baby?
-PSIC will help you walk through your concerns and questions.

  • Why does this seem so upsetting?
-There are many emotions for men and women as a result of pregnancy and the subsequent decisions.
-We'll arrange a meeting with a PSIC Client Advocate to discuss your options.

We are willing to help in any way that we can.​
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Note:  PSIC has trained advocates and offers accurate information about all pregnancy options; however, we do not offer or refer for abortion services.  The information presented on this website is intended for general education purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional and/or medical advice.  Click here for full disclaimer.