Here For You
We know women facing unplanned pregnancies may consider abortion. We are here to offer the assistance, compassion and care these women need to choose life. Our services are always free and open to the public. If you are considering abortion, know that we are here for you.
“As the daughter of a youth minister, I chose to have an abortion my senior year of high school. Afterwards, I lived with the deep regret and devastation of my choice, but by the truth of God’s healing grace and unfailing love, I overcame the pain and shame the sin of abortion brings. I now walk boldly in the truth, testifying of the restorative work God has done in my life and can also do in yours!”
Learn more about Candy’s story at candygibbs.com.
Be In The Know
Below are some frequently asked questions.
Is abortion the right option for me?
We aim to provide the services and support women need to help them with their choice. With assistance, compassion and care, we believe every woman can be empowered to choose life, whether through parenting or placing for adoption.
Why do people decide to have an abortion?
Millions of women face unplanned pregnancies every year, and about 4 out of 10 of them decide to get an abortion. If you are facing this difficult decision, you are not alone. Some women choose to have an abortion because they feel there are no other options available to them. This may be due to financial difficulty, age, living situation, or more.
What should I consider?
Deciding on whether or not to have an abortion is a difficult decision that should not be taken lightly. The effects of abortion are permanent and life-altering, so we encourage women to take their time and learn about their options.
Does Hope Choice refer or perform abortions?
At Hope Choice, we do not refer or perform abortions. Abortion may feel like the only option for some women, and we’re here to help those women understand there are other options available to them. Choosing hope is choosing life. If you are in need of support, please view our services. They are free and open to the public.