The abortion pill, or medication abortion, is a procedure that uses medicine to end a pregnancy. Using abortion medication doesn’t require surgery or anesthesia. It can be started in a medical office or at home with follow-up visits to your health care provider. It’s safest and most effective during the first trimester of pregnancy. Having
If you are considering abortion for your unplanned pregnancy, you owe it to yourself to get the most accurate evidence-based medical information, utilizing information from the MN Department of Health and CDC. Abortion is a serious decision that has long-lasting effects. Talk with one of our advocates or medical professionals.
If you feel like you aren’t capable of handling the day-to-day responsibilities or you aren’t able to parent a child, adoption may be the answer. The adoption process today is completely in the hands of the birth mother, and father if available. You choose the adoption plan that’s right for you and your child.
Life has a way of turning our plans upside down. Although parenting is something you may have wanted down the road, life may have brought it at this time. If you are concerned about finances, supplies, or needing support, there is more available to you now than ever before. We can show you how this option is a real possibility for you as we stand beside you in support and help you become a successful parent.
Adverse Pregnancy Diagnoses
Sometimes prenatal testing or screening reveals an unexpected diagnosis of a serious disease, deformity, or chromosomal disorder. Initial fear or medical care providers may lead a woman toward abortion. In these circumstances, a woman may want to get a second opinion due to the possibility of false-positive test results. Perhaps she may simply want to
Safe Haven Law
Minnesota Safe Haven Law After your baby is born, if you are unable or unwilling to care for him or her, you can take your baby to any licensed hospital in Minnesota and give him or her to a hospital employee. You can do this until the baby is three days old, no questions asked.
The Father's Responsibility
The father of a child has a legal responsibility to provide for the financial support, medical care, and other needs of his child. In Minnesota, that responsibility includes child support payments to the child’s mother or legal guardian. Children have rights of inheritance from their father and may be eligible through him for benefits such