Wednesday February 21st, 2018
Community Programs: We’re Here for Students
Last week we highlighted our upcoming Open House as a way for you to learn more about who we are and what we do at our Centre. Along with supporting individuals who find themselves in an intended pregnancy situation, we also love working with students in our community…
Thursday February 15th, 2018
In Our Community – For Our Community
In case you haven’t heard… we’ve recently moved! Whether or not you’ve accessed our services in the past, we encourage you to drop by between 2-6pm on March 1 and find out more about why we exist…
Wednesday January 31st, 2018
Media, Mind and Body
We all have the opportunity to choose if and when we want to be sexually active. Oftentimes, we turn to popular media and our friends to help us navigate how to make relational and sexual health decisions. However, these sources of information aren’t always accurate. For example, engaging in sexual activity is not necessarily as casual as media portrays…
Wednesday January 24th, 2018
Netflix and Neurotransmitters
Have you ever anxiously awaited a new season of your favourite t.v. show to be released on Netflix, only to find yourself watching every episode in next to no time? If you have, you’re not alone. . .
Wednesday January 10th, 2018
STI/STD Testing: Why it’s important & where to go
Depending on your age, grade, and/or many other factors, you may have heard the acronyms “STI” and “STD” but are unsure of what they mean. An STI stands for a Sexually Transmitted Infection, whereas an STD is a Sexually Transmitted Disease. Did you know that in 2016, 1,583 chlamydia cases* were reported in the Waterloo Region?
Wednesday December 13th, 2017
Last week, our guest post identified some of the essential aspects of a healthy relationship: maturity, being yourself, open communication, and respect. We believe it’s equally important to be able to identify red flags that can indicate a relationship is unhealthy …
Wednesday December 6th, 2017
Popcorn & Cute Text Messages – Guest Post
When you are starting to consider seeking out a person that you want to share your movie popcorn with, there are some good things to keep in mind…
Wednesday November 29th, 2017
The Value of Volunteering in Light of #GivingTuesday
Yesterday, November 28th, was #GivingTuesday in Canada. Across our nation, Canadians committed their time, energy, and finances to come alongside various organizations, businesses, and charities. What an encouraging message a day like this sends …
Wednesday November 22nd, 2017
International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
Saturday November 25th is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. While some violence is out of a woman’s control, in many situations/life stages she can make choices that reflect her comfort level and support her boundaries….
Wednesday November 15th, 2017
Better Together: We Are Here for You
Big life decisions can be intimidating. Whether you are deciding to go to school, change jobs, or move to a new city, making a decision that you will feel comfortable with long-term can feel overwhelming…..
Welcome to the Cambridge Pregnancy Resource Centre blog! We’re so happy you stopped by! We hope this online space can be a resource for you to learn more about your sexual and relational health choices, as well as how to navigate a pregnancy experience.
Who we are & what we do:
Our trained staff and volunteers are here to welcome you into a safe place to process your thoughts and make decisions that are best for you. We are available to talk to you about all three choices (abortion, adoption, parenting) that an individual in Canada can choose should they find themselves in an unintended pregnancy situation. Our services are completely free and confidential. We are not medical professionals, therefore confirmation of pregnancy, abortions, and professional counseling services are beyond our scope of practice. In addition to one-on-one options support, we offer group sessions for dads and women who are healing from a past abortion experience. For more information about our services, please call our Centre at 519-620-0204.
In the future, we hope to unpack topics such as how to identify (un)healthy relationships, the importance of getting tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and more! If there is a specific area of interest you would like to learn more about on the blog, feel free to send an email to email@example.com