Carenet of Carbon County

(610) 379-0411
531 Mahoning St.
(570) 273-5678
250 W Catawissa St.
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Considering an Abortion?

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Considering an Abortion?

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Whether you are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, or have questions about your options, we are here for you.
Call us at (610) 379-0411 or make an appointment online.

Often, the emotions and circumstances surrounding a pregnancy can be confusing and scary. If you find yourself pregnant, we encourage you to reach out to Care Net of Carbon County. Remember, you are not alone. Our center offers free and confidential consultations, providing you with the support needed to make informed decisions about your pregnancy. Schedule an appointment to discuss your unique situation and receive answers to any questions you may have.

Make an Informed Decision

Feeling overwhelmed by your test results? Contemplating the possibility of an abortion? Before deciding, it’s crucial to be well-informed about the various abortion procedures, each carrying its own set of potential risks and complications.

Abortion has been associated with potential issues, including infection, subsequent preterm births, as well as notable emotional, psychological, and spiritual impacts. It’s a decision that merits careful consideration due to its multifaceted nature. Despite its seeming simplicity, there are numerous factors that should be taken into account before making such a significant choice.

Remember, you’re not alone. Care Net of Carbon County is here to assist you in finding answers to your questions. A medical professional is available to discuss your abortion options, and all our services are both free and confidential.

Be Sure You Are Pregnant

Before proceeding with any abortion, it’s crucial to confirm your pregnancy and determine its stage. Even if you’ve noticed pregnancy symptoms or taken a home test, it’s advisable to visit our center for a confirmation of your home test result.

Did you know that up to 15-20% of pregnancies end naturally in miscarriage? Simply relying on a urine pregnancy test may not provide clarity on whether your pregnancy falls into that category. Upon receiving a positive result at our center, we offer a complimentary ultrasound to assess the viability of your pregnancy. The ultrasound can determine if the pregnancy is located in the uterus, establish its gestational age, and confirm cardiac activity. A medical professional will address any questions you may have and assist you in navigating your next steps. Our approach is pressure-free, stress-free, and drama-free—just focused on providing you with answers.

You're Not Alone

Finding yourself unexpectedly pregnant can be overwhelming and leave you with a lot of questions. This may not be what you had planned, and perhaps you feel like you don’t have much control right now. Many women in similar situations consider abortion as their only option given their current life circumstances. We are here to discuss your options and help you understand each path.

Our team of professional client advocates and ultrasound nurses is here to answer any questions you may have about pregnancy, abortion, sexual health, or adoption, providing you with medically accurate and up-to-date information. Most importantly, they are here to listen to any and all of your concerns in a confidential environment.

Feeling Pressured?

You are the only one who can choose an option for your unplanned pregnancy. You should not allow anyone to force you into a decision. Care Net of Carbon County specializes in helping you through your pregnancy journey. Our medical professionals will answer your questions in a caring and confidential way.

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Feeling Pressured?

You are the only one who can choose an option for your unplanned pregnancy. You should not allow anyone to force you into a decision. Our staff wants to support you as you explore your options.  If you’re feeling pressured by someone to have an abortion, visit Carenet of Carbon County first.