CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Local abortion clinics say they're bracing for the U.S. Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade.

With a Republican-controlled House of Delegates and governor, some are worried about what could happen if the landmark decision is overturned.

Virginia currently allows abortions up to 25 weeks. If the Supreme Court sends the decision on abortions back to the states, they will still be legal in Virginia.

However, some pro-choice advocates are worried it might not stay that way.

"It's a really stressful and challenging time," said Molly Rivera, a spokesperson for Planned Parenthood Mid-Atlantic.

Millions of women are waiting in anticipation of the decision on Roe v. Wade. Rivera says if the decision is sent back to the states, she's worried about the future of abortion access.

"Virginia is really one election away from having a state government that decides to take away a person’s ability to have an abortion," she said. “With a Republican-controlled House and governor, the future is up in the air.”

Earlier this week, Governor Glenn Youngkin said he supports the Supreme Court overturning the landmark 1973 decision and sending it back to the state level.

"I think that's constitutionally correct," he said.

For now, Rivera says pro-choice advocates are just trying to educate the public.

"We'll be working hard to educate folks, empower them with the information they need to make decisions about their health care," she said.

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to release its decision by the end of June or the beginning of July.