Asha17, East Dallas
Asha was sixteen when she got pregnant. Everyone in her life had an opinion about what she should do about her pregnancy, but she was confused and scared. Unsure about her future, she came to the Clinic for support and answers. Her advocate compassionately and honestly walked her through all of her options… Hear her tell her story.
Lucy20, East Dallas
Lucy came to Thrive looking for help with her unexpected pregnancy. She was in college, working, and trying to keep everything together. After visiting Thrive, she said, “I appreciate the care, comfort, and information they provided.” Several months later, she brought flowers for the nurse who helped her to say thanks.
Vanessa25, East Dallas
Vanessa was worried that having a baby would derail her career plans. She came to Thrive for options counseling. She says she loves the way the people at Thrive made her feel—it was a safe place to talk about her personal and emotional issues.
Jessica19, North Dallas
Jessica’s mother kicked her out when she found out she was pregnant. She moved to Dallas with little support. Overwhelmed, she came to Thrive and found support and compassion. She said she was grateful to have a place to go in her time of need.
Erica19, North Dallas
Erica was eighteen when she learned she was pregnant. Raised by a single mom herself, Erica knew that was not a life she wanted for her child or herself. Faced with a difficult choice, she turned to the Clinic for answers. She was able to sit down and speak with one of the lay counselors, learning all of her options… Hear her tell her story
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