Pregnancy Testing and Options Counseling
In most cases, we offer free pregnancy testing to students who have paid the health fee.
If you are pregnant we can meet with you to discuss your options and provide appropriate referrals. You can also refer to Pregnancy Options Information, an online resource that provides accurate and non-biased information on all the options available so you can make an informed decision about your pregnancy.
Legally, adoption means surrendering your right to parent your child and giving someone else the permission to take on the legal right and responsibility of parenting your child. Adoption isn’t giving away your child, giving up on your child, or selling your child. It is making a plan for your child’s care when you are unable to care for your baby yourself. Learn more about adoption...
The nearest abortion provider to UNH is the Joan G. Lovering Health Center in Greenland (12 miles from campus). They provide confidential and safe surgical and medical abortions, including pre and post abortion counseling/education. They can also refer you to another agency that is closer to your home or location, even if you are outside of New Hampshire.
Keeping the Baby
Although Health Services does not provide prenatal care, we can work with you to find a clinical provider in the area who can guide you through your pregnancy. You can also make an appointment with one of our Wellness Educator/Counselors or Nutrition Counselor to discuss wellness and nutrition self-care.
Counseling and Support
Finding out that you are pregnant can be an overwhelming experience, but you don't have to go through it alone. UNH has many counseling and support services available to assist you through finding out your pregnant, deciding what to do and coping with your decision, whatever it may be.
- Counseling Center, University of New Hampshire
Psychologists are available to provide short-term therapy to students in a confidential one-on-one setting. Call (603) 862-2090 for more information or an appointment.
- Office of Health Education and Promotion, Health Services, University of New Hampshire
Wellness Educators/Counselors who specializes in sexual health, stress management and wellness can meet with you in a confidential one-on-one setting. Call (603) 862-3823 for more information or an appointment.
- Exhale – An After-Abortion Talk Hotline
Exhale creates a social climate where each person’s unique experience with abortion is supported, respected and free from stigma. Exhale provides services, training and education to empower individuals, families and communities to achieve post-abortion health and well-being. Call the confidential talk hotline at (866) 4-EXHALE.