What are my Options?

What do I do now? 

With the result of a positive pregnancy test it is normal to feel many emotions. We are here for you to talk about these feelings and help you make an informed decision for yourself and your future.


Finding out you are pregnant can be overwhelming, especially if you weren’t planning to become pregnant. It may seem impossible to become a parent right now, but you still have questions about it and wonder how you may make it work.

We can help you talk through your personal situation and consider things such as:

  • I want to have the baby, but I’m afraid

  • My boyfriend doesn’t want the baby, but I do

  • My parents will be upset if they find out I’m pregnant

  • I want to have the baby, but I can’t afford it

  • I want a baby, but not right now.  It is not a good time

We will listen and help you think through your personal situation and options.


You may plan to have an abortion, but are unsure about what that means for you.

We will help you answer questions such as:

  • What are the risks?

  • What are the different types of procedures?

  • Should I be concerned about having an abortion?

  • What can I do about people pressuring me?

  • Can I have a baby and still live my life?

We will listen to your personal situation and talk through your options, answering any questions you may have.


Thinking about what is best for you and for your unborn baby is important. Adoption may be an option for you as you make a plan for your child’s life. Questions and thoughts about adoption can be overwhelming and we are here to help as you consider:

  • I don’t think I want an abortion, but I’m not ready to be a parent

  • I want my baby to have financial and emotional stability

  • Would I be able to choose my baby’s adoptive family?

We are here to listen and help you think through your personal situation and options. 

“Tender Care was so helpful, they listened to me and I felt comfortable to ask questions.”

“Tender Care answered a lot of my questions and provided lots of helpful resources.”

“I got to see a heartbeat!”

“Talking to someone helped me with my decision.”