Are you considering parenting for the outcome of your unexpected pregnancy? If so, know that parenting is not impossible. Pathway to Hope can walk this parenting journey with you.
Am I Ready to Be a Parent?
Parenting can be a difficult decision, but it’s not impossible, nor does it come without rewards. Being a parent can be very fulfilling as you watch your child learn and grow. Raising a child is not easy, but with the proper support system and resources, you can be a loving and successful parent to your child.
If you are considering parenting, you may be asking yourself some of the following questions:
- Am I emotionally ready to become a parent?
- Are there resources to help me financially raise a child?
- What if the father isn’t involved? Can I raise a baby on my own?
- Will I be able to finish school or continue with my career path and have a child at the same time?
- What if I don’t have the proper support system?
- I don’t know anything about raising a child. How do I learn?
Asking yourself these questions is normal in this situation. Our team at Pathway to Hope is here to help you find the answers to these questions and more during your free and confidential appointment with us.
Parenting in School
Facing an unexpected pregnancy can be difficult, but it can raise additional concerns as a student. If you are experiencing an unexpected pregnancy as a high school or college student, we can help.
We provide free pregnancy testing, limited ultrasounds, and a safe place to discuss your options. Our goal is to support you through your unexpected pregnancy and give you the resources you need to make a decision that’s best for you.
We offer several programs to support you as you choose parenthood. While participating in these programs, you will learn to care for your baby and earn essentials like diapers, wipes, clothes, and more.
If you are interested in any of these classes or have questions about potentially becoming a parent, contact us today!
You do not have to go through this journey alone. Make an appointment with one of our client advocates today.