You were so careful…this wasn’t supposed to happen. Now you’re facing being a father, and you’re terrified.
If she is pregnant, this changes everything. You like her, but are you ready for this? What choices, if any, do you have? What are your rights? What will be expected of you?
We’re not just here for her. You can meet with your own client advocate, who can support you as you explore this situation.
See: Info for Guys or contact us today.
My daughter is pregnant – what can I do?
You may be initially angry or disappointed, but your daughter needs you more than ever now. We understand that this is not what you had planned for your child, and we can help you navigate this journey.
There are conversations that need to happen that will set the course of your changing relationship. We can help you figure it out and to learn what it truly means to help her. Contact us today.
How can I help my friend?
Being a friend means being there through the hard times and the good times. It doesn’t mean telling her what you would do, but instead helping her to figure out what is best for her.
To do this, she needs to get information on all of her options. She will need access to services, resources, and most importantly, a supportive community. You can’t do it all for her. Help her get the help she needs.
We provide accurate information on all options; we do not provide abortion referrals.
The PPSC is a Christ-following,
faith-based charitable organization. We provide nonjudgemental, compassionate support and information on all pregnancy options to anyone regardless of their religious beliefs, lifestyle, gender identification, sexual orientation, or any other arbitrary circumstance. Our services are not intended as a substitute for professional counselling or therapy.
We're in transition.
For assistance at this time, please contact the North Peace Pregnancy Care Centre.
Call or text (250) 262-1280
#103 - 10419 10th St
Dawson Creek. BC
Serving Dawson Creek, BC with...
Local Crisis Helpline
Pregnancy Options Education
Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support
Where there's help,