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Your Questions Answered

I might be pregnant

Are you worried about being pregnant? Missed a period or had unprotected sex? You need to know whether you are pregnant or not. How can you find out?
(I might be pregnant - read more)

I am pregnant

What do I do now? What kind of help do I need? Who can help me? What are my options?
(I am pregnant - read more)

My partner is pregnant

This may be a complete shock to you. Perhaps you feel OK about it. Perhaps you feel angry that it's happened. Perhaps you feel desperate to 'do something' about it. Whatever you're feeling, your response to the situation will affect your partner.

What can I do? What are my rights? Who can help me?
(My partner is pregnant - read more)

My daughter is pregnant

When you first find out that your teenage daughter is pregnant, it can feel
as if the world is caving in. It can be a shock; a disappointment; an embarrassment.
It feels as if all your hopes and dreams for her future are shattered.

How can I cope with my feelings? This is my worst nightmare... What do I say
to my daughter? She's under 16. Can she have an abortion? What about school?
(My daughter is pregnant - read more)

What about having a baby?

Perhaps one of the difficulties you face is that you are still at school or university. Perhaps you have financial concerns. Perhaps you're unsure about your relationship with the father. Perhaps you lack confidence about being a parent - or a single parent. Perhaps it's all these things...

How will I cope with being a mum? What about money? What about my education? What about housing?
(What about having a baby? - read more)

What about adoption?

Adoption is sometimes dismissed as an option but it can be the best choice for both you and your baby. If you're uncomfortable with the idea of abortion and your circumstances make parenting very difficult at this time, adoption can be a very positive option. It's a sacrifice you make for your baby, but one from which you benefit too.

What's good about adoption? What happens? What support is there?
(What about adoption? - read more)

What about abortion?

How is an abortion done? What are the health risks? How will I feel about it afterwards? What do I need to think about as I make a decision about having an abortion? Know Your Options.
(What about abortion? - read more)

I had an abortion

For some women, abortion is something they feel they have come to terms with, but for others they feel that it is a painful part of their lives - something that affects them deeply, even if they felt they were making the right decision at the time.

If this is you, support is available.
(I had an abortion - read more)

Emergency Contraception

Emergency contraception is a method of preventing pregnancy after unprotected sex or if your other contraception has failed.

How do they work? Is it for me? What's the time limit? What are the effects? Who provides emergency contraception?
(Emergency Contraception - read more)


We are not able to refer directly for termination. We offer clients information on all the options and are well resourced to provide both immediate and long term support as necessary, directing to other agencies as appropriate.
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