What can I do?
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 which give her choice. 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.
To speak to someone.
The North Peace Pregnancy Care Centre exists to provide compassionate support to those impacted by unexpected pregnancy. We are a faith based non profit organization consisting of a Board of Directors, Executive Director and many volunteers, the NPPCC is affiliated with the Pregnancy Care Canada(PCC). If you would like to know more about the NPPCC, please contact us by phone or email.
Scope of Care: Our trained team (registered nurses, life coach and volunteer client advocates) operates under the supervision of an executive director. Our volunteer client advocates are not a substitute for professional counselling. We do not provide ongoing primary health care including prenatal care, contraception, abortions or arranging abortions. If clients do not have a family physician, they will be provided with information about local walk-in clinics.