The air may still be a bit frail, and shadows of snow may still remain on the ground, but with March often comes bright late afternoons and the promise of greenery. For some of us, March can be a month of considerable frustration, as even though April is just a breath away, the unpredictable weather can still keep us shut inside. The gradual coloring of the leaves and blossoms shyly opening into bloom may have us staring at our yards with longing, and we may only venture outside when the blueness of the sky does not indicate a sudden storm. We’re so close to the days where we can plan our schedule around outdoor activities, and just as the growing flowers vie for the sun’s attention, perhaps we do as well from the quietness of our patio. Shutting ourselves in can be isolating, and as we wait for the fulfillment of the promise of spring, communicating with others can dispel the lingering loneliness of winter. The helpful staff at Avenue Women’s Center understands the need to locate support during an unexpected pregnancy, a time where you may be anticipating a great change. Each of our centers offers a variety of services applicable to your unique situation, and we’re here to listen so we can partner with you as you begin contemplating your decisions.
Do you need access to support after learning about an unexpected pregnancy? Avenue Women’s Center provides women with a nonjudgmental environment to express their pregnancy-related concerns and learn more about their options. Our pregnancy consultants are trained to walk you through the process of taking one of our free, medical-grade tests before sitting down with you for a private consultation. During this session, you’re free to ask any questions you may have about abortion, parenting, and adoption, and our expert staff will ensure you receive reliable information. 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’s what some of our March clients had to say about their experiences at Avenue Women’s Center:
Hinsdale resident wrote, “Everyone was so kind, caring and understanding. It exceeded my expectations! Thank you so much.”
Bellwood resident wrote, “The nonjudgmental environment; very informative; sense the feeling that they really care.”
Glendale Heights resident wrote, “Both Hannah and Lindsay were great. Very supportive and caring. Opened my mind to many options and gave a great amount of support through words and resources. Thank you.”
Romeoville resident wrote, “Very caring, loving, easy to talk with.”
Downers Grove resident wrote, “They were very kind, I love how they went through everything they were doing.”
Joliet resident wrote, “Mackenzie & staff were very generous & kind. Mackenzie was very vocal, and knowledgeable. Overall very helpful.”
Berkeley resident wrote, “Hannah made me very comfortable to open up & talk. She gave amazing resources, was very thorough & caring. I had a great experience.”
Hickory Hills resident wrote, “Very caring and listened well.”
Avenue Women’s Center helps women know they are not alone during their unexpected pregnancy journey. Serving clients through compassionate care and free services, we’re here to assist with formulating a pregnancy plan by equipping you with accurate information. We understand the concerns and frustrations that are unique to each unexpected pregnancy situation, and that’s why we’re here to help. Reach out today for confidential support and guidance with sorting through your options!
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.