Pregnancy can become a crisis when a pregnant woman lacks emotional support from her immediate environment, when there are relationships problems or financial difficulties - when she is afraid to become a single mother, learns about her or the child's health problems or other difficult life situations. Crisis pregnancies also include losses (miscarriage, abortion, loss of the baby just before or shortly after birth), as well as the difficult emotional state of the mother after childbirth.
The Crisis Pregnancy Center aims to provide assistance to women who have decided to give birth and are still pregnant, as well as to women who have already given birth or are experiencing other situations of crisis pregnancy.
Pregnant women, who have received psychological, emotional support or other specialist advice (geneticist, lawyer, dula) will feel safer, calmer, more positive about their pregnancy and motherhood, and will be better prepared to give birth and raise a child. Better mental well-being will affect the well-being of both the woman and the child. For women who choose to have a miscarriage, have had a miscarriage, or have lost a newborn, counseling with a psychologist will make it easier for them to experience these experiences, thus preventing depression, anxiety, various addictions, or family crises.