Pregnancy Counseling Helping parents facing an unplanned pregnancy make a safe plan for their child

Contact Information:

  • Address:

    87 N Clinton Ave., Rochester, NY 14604

  • Phone:

    (585) 546-7220 x4801

About the Program

The Pregnancy Counseling Program is available to expectant parents of all ages in solving concerns related to pregnancy, making decisions and future plans. The program offers a full range of information about raising a baby or making an adoption plan. Families will receive confidential support at a vulnerable time in their life, as well as information about parenting and adoption options. The primary focus of all interventions is to stabilize family and individual functioning while establishing a safe permanent plan for the child.

What the Program Offers

  • Home or office based prenatal and postnatal counseling
  • Support in making a plan during pregnancy, whether it is parenting or adoption
  • Referral for parenting education, housing, insurance, prenatal care
  • Advocacy for legal, medical and school issues
  • Adoption counseling and services
  • Opportunity to select adoptive family
  • Information on adoption type:
    • Closed
    • Semi-open
    • Open Adoption
  • Help selecting an adoption plan that is comfortable for both parents
  • Grief and loss counseling

Eligibility criteria

This program is open to anyone struggling with an unplanned pregnancy, whom a pregnancy represents a concern due to the age and/or marital status of the parents or because of other factors, which lead prospective parents (whether married or not) to question whether they wish to raise the child. A client’s eligibility for service is not predicated on their decision to parent the child or to surrender the child for adoption. This service is open to Monroe County residents and any client residing in the Diocese of Rochester.

Program Cost

There is no fee for the program.

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