What: Options education allows patients to thoroughly explore all pregnancy options* (parenting, adoption, and abortion) and provides medical information, community support services, etc. Trained patient advocates and clinical staff are available to discuss options, answer questions, and provide information.
*Claris does not perform abortions and does not facilitate adoptions.
Who: All pregnant or potentially pregnant patients. If desired, they may include their partners or family members.
Cost: No cost
What: Sexual and relational health education presentations, assemblies, events, small group discussions, and mentoring opportunities that empower youth and young adults to critically navigate sexual decisions, healthy relationships, dating, and the media’s influence. Presentations are also offered to parents of youth and young adults, discussing how parents can create safe relationships with their children to encourage conversations about difficult topics.
Who: Youth and young adults (grades 5-12), college age students, and parents.
Cost: Suggested donation of $150 to cover transportation, literature, and other costs. If funding is not available, presentations are offered free of charge.