You're not alone.There are many local, national and online organisations devoted to providing independent, professional counselling and support to women &/or men who may be facing an unplanned pregnancy, as well as those who have suffered an abortion in the past.
Our Collective Mission
Real help when it’s needed
Every pregnant woman should receive information and support, including emotional and practical assistance to continue a pregnancy. No woman should be pressured or coerced into making a decision to terminate.
If you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy or want to talk to someone without feeling judged or pressured no matter what you decide, the organisations below have been carefully chosen to help you. They are completely free.
Churches are often ‘first responders’ to an unplanned pregnancy and have the opportunity to let men & women know they won’t be condemned but congratulated and supported.
Consider getting to know your local pregnancy resource centre and how they can help you better meet these common needs, and maybe even how you can help them continue their good work too.
The organisations listed below have no formal association or endorsement of Sanctity of Life Sunday or this website and may not even be aware they have been listed in this directory; a result of our own research & suggestions by the public.
The following services offer professional counselling for pregnancy loss including abortion with complete privacy and without any judgement.
The following services offer confidential help and advice for expectant mothers in all circumstances, often as well as practical care and support.
National / Online
New South Wales
Australian Capital Territory
- Pregnancy Problem House (Perth and Kalgoorlie)
- Pregnancy Matters (Rockingham and Albany)
- Pregnancy Assist (Perth)
- Pregnancy Assistance Bunbury (08) 9792 4759
- S.O.U.L. Care homes for women and babies (Rockingham)
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