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Abortion vs. Morning After Pill

Is Abortion the Right Option?


Our support workers provide reliable abortion information, which includes information on the Abortion Pill and Surgical Abortion. They are available to discuss with you any questions you may have such as:


Have I considered the benefits of an abortion?
Which risks and benefits matter most to me?
What if I decide to change my mind?
How do my values and beliefs impact an abortion decision?
Do I have someone I trust to process this abortion decision with?


These are just some questions to consider. It’s important for you to determine what is best for you, now and in the future. It’s vital to get all the information to help you make your decision. You have a right to get all the facts. Take the time you need to equip yourself to make your best decision.

We are committed to providing you with caring emotional support, no matter what you decide.


Please contact us to discuss your options further.


NOTE: We offer accurate information about all your pregnancy options; however, we do not offer or refer for abortion services or emergency contraception. The information presented on this website is intended for general education purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional and/or medical advice.

Post Abortion


Some women feel relief after an abortion, while other women find it a painful and difficult experience to move past. Women come to the centre hoping to resolve feelings of guilt, anxiety and depression. If you or someone you know may be experiencing post abortion grief, please contact us.

What is the Morning-After Pill?


The morning-after pill is a form of emergency contraception. Emergency contraception is any type of birth control used after unprotected intercourse or a known or suspected contraceptive failure (e.g. a broken condom) to attempt to prevent pregnancy. One of the most common ones is a pill called Plan B One-Step, which must be taken within 72 hours (3 days) after sexual intercourse.


Your body and your health are important, so take time to make the best decision. Give us a call for a confidential discussion about your options.

Should I take the morning-after pill?


You can only become pregnant on certain days of the month–around the time that you ovulate. Taking the morning-after pill during a time when you cannot become pregnant needlessly exposes you to a large dose of hormones and costs you money.


If you are already pregnant from an earlier sexual encounter, taking the morning-after pill is of no value and may cause unpleasant side effects.