Real Patient Stories
Read how CompassCare is transforming women's fear into confidence.
Clarise grew up in a deeply broken home, the eldest of five with a drug-addicted mom who had several abortions. After taking care of her siblings as a young teenager, Clarise determined that she would do everything in her power to avoid walking down her mother’s path. In her early twenties, Clarise got pregnant. Believing
It has been one year this month since the Covid-19 shutdowns changed the world. For women facing unplanned pregnancy, the compounded financial and health complications put a horrifying fear in the driver’s seat—a fear racing her straight to a reckless abortionist. 2020 meant women needed the Church acting courageously on her behalf more than ever.
In a 6-3 decision released on January 12, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a request by the Food and Drug Administration to reinstate restrictions around the use of chemical abortion. The FDA placed the restrictions on the use of chemical abortion to mitigate the four-fold increased risk of adverse effects of its use over that
On January 17, 2021, one of the last official acts performed by outgoing President Donald Trump was to proclaim ‘National Sanctity of Human Life Day.’ It is to be observed every January 22, the day the Supreme Court released the infamous Roe v Wade ruling in 1973 effectively legalizing abortion nationwide. In his proclamation Trump
His first full day in office, President Joe Biden committed Federal tax dollars to abortion internationally. Dr. Anthony Fauci told the World Health Organization that Biden will revoke the Mexico City policy. This policy originated with Ronald Regan and bans federal dollars from going to organizations that perform or promote abortion. Trump reinstated the policy
Allie came to CompassCare alone, with a history of abortion, and overwhelmed at the thought of being pregnant again. Her boyfriend didn’t come with her and is “leaving the decision up to her.” Allie confessed to her nurse that she wants to be a mom someday…but not now and not until she is married. She
The CDC recently released its annual U.S. Abortion Surveillance report. New York remains the abortion capital of the nation and “…the total number of reported U.S. abortions…increased 1%….” A total of 614,820 babies were aborted, with black babies being aborted at a rate five times greater than white babies. The recent uptick may be pointing
Gallup’s most recent poll shows 60% of all Americans believe abortion ought to be illegal or illegal in most cases. These pro-lifers include men and women of all ages and ethnicities. What is it about abortion that drives so many people to reject the Federal government’s 48 year-long stance for abortion? Could it be
For years pro-life organizations accused the nation’s largest abortion business, Planned Parenthood, of racism. Efforts to unveil this bias show Planned Parenthood locating up to 86 percent of its abortion offices in or near minority neighborhoods. According to a recent article Blacks and Latinos comprise just 20% of the population yet the burden of 45%