It's YOUR Choice.  Know your OPTIONS.  Knowing is Empowering.

pregnancy options, abortion, adoption, parenting

With a positive pregnancy test, every woman has three options to consider:  Abortion, Parenting and Adoption.  At New Beginnings, we will provide you with full information on these choices.  We can help you understand your pregnancy, talk through your options, and empower you to make an informed decision.

Take the time to be informed.  You deserve to know the facts so you can make an informed decision.  Before you decide you should first ask yourself these three very important questions:

1.  Am I really pregnant?
A pregnancy may be detected as early as 7 to 10 days after conception.  It is important that you receive a lab-quality pregnancy test.  If the test is positive at New Beginnings, an ultrasound may be offered to confirm your pregnancy.
2.  How far along am I?
At New Beginnings, we provide limited OB ultrasound done by healthcare professionals at no charge to our clients.  With pregnancy confirmation and an understanding of where you are in your pregnancy, you will be better prepared to make an informed decision.
3.  Do I have an STI (sexually transmitted infection)?
Many STIs do not have any symptoms but can lead to serious complications that can affect your future health or future pregnancies.

If you are considering abortion, STI screening is extremely important because during an abortion, an untreated STI can be spread up into the uterus causing further health complications such as PID (Pelvic Inflammatory Disease).

If you test positive for one of these infections, treatment is available at no cost to you.

Call us at (660) 429-3800 or Text us at (660) 238-6471.

Although New Beginnings is not an adoption agency, adoption resources and information are available.

New Beginnings offers parenting and relationship classes designed to empower you and your partner to have all the education and tools needed for successful parenting.

New Beginnings' healthcare professionals can provide information on abortion procedures but do not perform or refer for abortions.