Abortion Information

New Hope is a safe place…

Make an informed decision…

Every option available to you is a big decision and should be made thoughtfully. If you’re pregnant and thinking about abortion, there are questions you should know the answers to before you schedule an appointment for an abortion:

Am I really pregnant?

A positive pregnancy test does not always indicate a sustainable pregnancy. A significant percentage of pregnancies end on their own, natural miscarriage. An ultrasound at New Hope can confirm whether or not you’re really pregnant. It will also inform you if your pregnancy requires immediate medical attention. This valuable information will help you better understand what options are available to you.

How far along am I?

Knowing exactly how far along you are determines what type of abortion you could get and how much it will cost you. An ultrasound at New Hope is free and will give you an accurate measure of how far along you are.

You may also be interested in knowing:

  • What kinds of abortions are available to you?
  • What are your rights with abortion providers?
  • Are there any short-term or long-term risks to consider?

Be Informed

New Hope provides a safe and confidential opportunity to educate yourself and decide what’s best for you. We are committed to providing you with medically accurate education so you my make an informed choice regarding your pregnancy. 

Could parenting be right for me?

Your Future is Bright…

You Can Do This!

If you’re pregnant, one of the options you have is to parent. This may seem like a big decision, but truthfully, whatever choice you make will be a big decision. At New Hope we want to offer you the confidence you need to truly consider parenting as an option you are capable of. You are capable of more than you know.

We know that you have fears and concerns, like:

  • I want to keep the baby, but my partner or parent(s) aren’t supportive.
  • I can’t tell my family.
  • How will I finish school?
  • How will I continue working?
  • Where will I live?
  • I don’t have medical insurance.
  • I feeling too young to parent.
  • How will I financially support a child?
  • I don’t have the proper emotional support system.

Community Resources

Butte has a great network of community resources available for families. New Hope staff and volunteers are familiar with these resources to help you with parenting. When you come in for your appointment with us, we’ll provide you with the services you need like FREE pregnancy testing and ultrasound. Then, you’ll sit down with our nurse and one of our trained Patient Advocates to discuss your specific situation.

At New Hope Clinic, we offer you a comprehensive look at all of your options so you are informed and empowered to make the best decision possible. 

What should I know about adoption?

Adoption is another word for LOVE.

Consider the possibilities

Adoption can be a difficult decision to make, and for many women facing an unplanned pregnancy, it seems impossible. However, adoption can truly bring something beautiful and special out of a difficult situation. In today’s adoptions, you can know your child and be a part of your child’s life. You can have the peace of knowing your child is loved and cared for by the couple you choose.

Things you may be considering:

  • Will it be open or closed?
  • Will it be private or will I use an agency? 
  • I don’t want an abortion, but I am not ready to be a parent.
  • I want to provide my child with a 2-parent family.
  • I want my child to have emotional and financial stability.

How does adoption work?

As the birth-mother, you have complete control over the adoption process, from choosing the adoptive couple or family yourself to deciding how much time, if any, you want to invest in a relationship with your child.

Are there different types of adoption?

Yes, there are three different types of adoption:

  • Open adoption
  • Semi-open adoption 
  • Closed adoption

The different types depend on how involved you want to be in your child’s life once he or she is born. With an open adoption, there’s the most involvement, while closed adoption has the least.

Would adoption be good for my child?

Many women fear that their children will grow up angry or that they will hate them for choosing adoption. But in reality, most children who are adopted are very adjusted. In fact, 90 percent of all adopted children over the age of 5 feel positively about their adoption, and well beyond half of all adopted children eat dinner with their families six nights a week. This shows that adopted children, because they were waited for, are treasured and adored by their adoptive families.

At New Hope Clinic, we offer you a comprehensive look at all of your so you are informed and empowered to make the best decision possible. Schedule an appointment with New Hope today.