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Avenue Women's Center Reviews, February 2020

Snowflakes and ice begin to dry up as crocus flowers and other blossoms may be fooled into an early bloom. Though its late into the winter season, the ground may still be hard, laden with remnants of fallen snow and sleet. But spring is cautiously emerging, the withered air unleashing one last cold breath as the clouds begin to part for a warm sun. At this point, we may be staring anxiously at our lightweight jackets and flip-flops, anticipating the day where this will be all we have to arm ourselves with before we venture outside. The month of February can be filled with much wishing and wanting, as we know the plans we want to make, but we must first wait for winter to depart. As we bid farewell to winter, we may reflect on how it may have temporarily changed things, but there were still moments of joy to be had. The caring staff at Avenue Women’s Center understands the struggle to be patient when you desire a specific outcome, helping you find small, uplifting comforts with our compassionate services. Throughout each of our centers, we devote ourselves to supporting women during an unexpected pregnancy, ensuring you have the assistance you need in what may be a time of great anticipation.

If you’re going through the experience of an unexpected pregnancy, Avenue Women’s Center is here to walk alongside you as you contemplate your choices. Receive a free medical-grade pregnancy test within a safe, nonjudgmental environment. Our expert pregnancy consultants can equip you with information regarding your three options of abortion, adoption, and parenting, answering any questions you may have. Acting as an unbiased confidant, we are here to show you that you are not alone, and you have access to a compassionate, supportive network. Call, text, chat, or email us for an appointment today at one of our six centers in Darien, Elmhurst, Glen Ellyn / Lombard, Naperville, West Chicago, and Wood Dale, Illinois.

Here are what some of our February clients had to say about their experiences at Avenue Women’s Center:

Melrose Park resident wrote, “The empathy shown. Very easy to discuss my concerns without feeling judged.”

Bolingbrook resident wrote, “Literally everything, thank you for being so kind. Will recommend you guys to family & friends. Best service I’ve ever received. Thank you.”

Naperville resident wrote, “She was great! Liked that it was an open conversation. It wasn’t like a formal lecture, it was tailored to my questions and concerns.”

Woodridge resident wrote, “Super supportive women, easy to talk to, super sweet and caring.”

Burr Ridge resident wrote, “Lindsay was very nice to me and very understanding. She gave me all the information I needed. I was very sad and worried when I got here, but after talking to her I felt very relieved and calm that everything was going to be alright. Thank you for your support.”

Glendale Heights resident wrote, “How calm the process was, and how caring Terri was and all the information given to help me.”

Carol Stream resident wrote, “Very friendly and helpful!”

Naperville resident wrote, “No improvements. She was very kind and sweet! Helped me think about good decisions in the future.”

Avenue Women’s Center is here to provide you with unexpected pregnancy support through care and compassion. Careful planning and waiting for a moment when you feel prepared to make an unexpected pregnancy decision does not have to be done in isolation, and each of our six locations is devoted to serving women at no cost. Reach out today for free assistance and helpful consultations!

The information provided here is general in nature.  It is not a substitute for a consultation with a medical professional. Before any medical procedure, it is imperative that you discuss your personal medical history, risks, and concerns with your doctor. If you have questions during or after a procedure, your doctor should be immediately contacted. Avenue Women’s Center is not an emergency center.  If you are experiencing severe symptoms, such as bleeding and/or pain, seek immediate medical attention.  Contact your physician, go to an emergency room, or call 911.