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Unplanned Pregnancy

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If you think you might be pregnant and don't know what to do next you may benefit from our impartial and non-judgemental pregnancy choices support.*


You may be confused and worried. You may feel you face a situation that has no easy answers. Although you may be under pressure to make a decision quickly, it’s helpful if you can give yourself time.


We offer you a calm space, a listening ear, accurate information and time to think through the decision-making process. We offer you friendly support and practical assistance.


We provide:

  • Unrestricted time with a specially trained, unbiased practitioner to consider all the options available

  • Impartial and accurate information to enable you to make your own informed decision, one that is right for you

  • Provision of ongoing practical and emotional support whatever decision you make

To discover more about your choices, please see:

*NB: We offer specialist support and information for all options relating to unplanned pregnancy. However we are not part of the medical referral system for termination. We do however signpost clients on to other agencies, including medical services.

How can men support their partners ?
  • Listen to your partner. Almost everyone will have an opinion about her pregnancy. Make sure she’s had a chance to express her thoughts.

  • Help her to think through the pros and cons of the pregnancy.

  • Let her know what you think and feel.

  • Encourage her to go to an appropriate agency that will help her to make up her own mind about the pregnancy, free of pressure

  • Accompany her to speak to her GP or family planning clinic so that she can talk to a professional. Remember that most professionals will want to spend some time talking to her on her own.

  • Help her break the news of her pregnancy to other family members if she is worried about their response.

  • Encourage her to make the decision that is right for her.

  • Find out relevant information about her options.

  • Be realistic about what support you are able to give her

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