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North East Outreach and Support Services is dedicated to providing 24/7, free, compassionate and confidential support over...


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Whether you’re going through a difficult time or in need of a safe place to talk, Talking Stick is an always anonymous...


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Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service- Mobile Crisis Service offers 24/7, free and confidential support and information by...


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Crisis Suicide Helpline offers 24/7, free and confidential support and information over phone. We help everyone in...


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Southwest Crisis Services Helpline welcomes calls from anyone in need of support, regardless of gender or age. Our staff are...


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Calls to the Farm Stress Line are answered by Mobile Crisis Services, a non-profit, community based agency providing crisis...


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Contact a helpline in Saskatchewan, Canada to get support for an unexpected or distressing pregnancy.

An unexpected or distressing pregnancy can raise a lot of questions and concerns. There are many women who are in your same position and help is available. There are 6 hotlines in Saskatchewan, Canada ready to offer support and guidance. If you resonate with any of the following, seek support from a helpline near you:

  • Feeling anxious about going through with the pregnancy and giving birth.
  • Feeling guilty about choosing abortion for moral or religious reasons.
  • Concerns about your relationship and whether it'll survive if you go through with the pregnancy.
  • Worried about how and whether you could raise a baby with the father.
  • Feeling scared that your partner or your parents will reject you when they find out.
  • Being concerned about whether you'd make a good parent.
  • Strong feelings of guilt and shame about wanting to end the pregnancy.
  • Anger directed toward yourself or your partner for the pregnancy.

Not every woman will respond to an unplanned pregnancy in the same way. Some women may feel devastated, while others may feel indifferent, and others feel happy – or a combination of all three. There's no shame in feeling the way you do, whatever that looks like.

With an unplanned pregnancy or uncertainty around your pregnancy, you may have a lot of questions. It can be tough to know where to turn to for support, especially if you're not ready to tell anyone. A helpline volunteer in Saskatchewan, Canada will offer you confidential and compassionate support that you can trust.


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