Did you know many women report feeling coerced into having an abortion?
They have faced threats by their partner, withheld support from their loved ones, or received undue pressure to “choose” abortion. These are all forms of coercion, and you are protected by law against it.
Hope has resources available to you to protect you and advocate for you if you are feeling pressured to abort or see no other way out. There are resources available locally and many other organizations that can help alleviate any burdens you are facing during this vulnerable time.
Abortion is not a choice that anyone can make for you.
Abortion Rights – Fact or Fiction?
With so many recent narratives surrounding the topic of abortion after the reversal of Roe, it’s important to consider these facts:
An ectopic pregnancy or miscarriage is NOT an elective abortion and thus is NOT affected by the overturn of Roe v Wade.
The overturn of Roe v Wade does NOT affect access to emergency contraception or birth control.
It is ILLEGAL to have abortion pills shipped into Texas.
If a woman changes her mind after taking the first dose of the abortion pill, a reversal medication is available.
Pregnancy resource centers will NEVER financially profit from a woman's pregnancy decision. Pregnancy resource centers will remain OPEN to provide FREE services, including abortion information, parenting options and support.
Get Your Abortion Questions Answered
If having an abortion is what you're considering, we want you to know that you're not alone in asking hard questions. We're here to provide you comprehensive abortion information about what you might experience before, during, and after an abortion.
We will also offer detailed information on all of your pregnancy options and resources for you to best navigate your options.
As a non-profit organization, we will never financially profit from your pregnancy decision, breach your privacy, or withhold compassion and support from you based on your pregnancy outcome. A free, confidential consultation will allow you to confirm your pregnancy, estimate the progression of your pregnancy, and ask any questions you may have regarding abortion pills or procedures.