If you’re here, you probably discovered that you’re pregnant. Here are a few things you should know right away:
You have options.
We’re not here to lecture you or decide what’s best for you. We’re here to give you information about your options and lead you to resources that can help you. (Check out the menu across the top.)
The information here only reflects the laws and procedures in Virginia. If you live in another state, the laws of your state may be different. This will affect how you explore your options.
Read the warning about computer privacybelow (it’s important).
Protecting Your Computer and Online Privacy
If you’re worried that someone wants to see where you’ve been online, you should use a computer at a friend’s house, library, or other place that where you know your information will stay private. Others can see which websites you have visited if they have access to your computer. So, if you can’t get to an alternate computer and you want to protect your online privacy, clear your internet browser history.
Firefox – Pull down the Tools menu, select “Clear Private Data,” make sure every box is checked (except “Saved Passwords” if you haven’t saved any passwords), click on “Clear Private Data Now.”
Internet Explorer – Pull down the Tools menu, select “Delte Browsing History,” click on “Delete All.”
Safari – Pull down the Safari menu, select “Reset Safari,” make sure every box is checked (except “Remove saved names and passwords” if you haven’t saved any passwords), click on “Reset.”