That place is obviously anti-abortion, but they ARE pro-adoption. I looked at the site for less than five minutes and found references to adoption under "counseling." They say they're neutral, but considering they also seem to be teaching that parenting is miserable -- a la "baby think it over," a program normally used to make teenagers think babies are awful -- I'd bet anything they're just like our local CPC: parenting is hard, say good-bye to your hopes and dreams (ie: we will say nothing positive about parenting here) BUT adoption is loving and unselfish, what a beautiful choice (ie: nothing negative about adoption).
All these places really care about is imposing their values on everyone they touch.
I have no problem at all with anyone who wants to discuss what the realities of parenting a child or children are with young moms. I wasn't a young mom and I appreciated those wise talks. Raising a child requires a willingness and awareness of the need to set your needs aside to care for someone who is amazingly and exquisitely helpless. There is a level of maturity one would wish for, ie that the mom has had an opportunity to complete the developmental tasks associated with her own phase of life, in order to assume such responsibility, but sometimes this doesn't happen.
It's an awesome and wonderful task to parent, and under the best circumstances can be stressful. I don't think anyone benefits from not knowing, to the degree you really can, what the experience might bring. Options for parenting are just that..options. Your agenda doesn't hold any water with me, sorry.