Author Archives: CompassCare

When Forced to Choose Between Government and God…

On October 9, 2015 the governor of California signed a bill passed by both houses of the CA legislature ordering pro-life medical clinics to advertise to each patient where and how they can get an abortion. This is a direct violation of the mission of these organizations and a violation of the deeply held religious

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Gillian took the abortion pill… then called CompassCare.

CompassCare has had remarkable success with the abortion pill reversal (APR) patients that come through the doors—100% have gone on to have healthy pregnancies. As the FDA increases the timeframe in which women can receive RU-486, the window opens further to serve women who start a medical abortion and want to reverse the effects. Gillian

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CompassCare Walk for Life 2016

2016 Walk for Life: Serving Her So She Can Save Him

Being a parent is messy. From mealtimes with toddlers to moral development with young adults, “tidy” never describes child rearing. Moms and Dads, since time immemorial, direct their children with quiet or firm commands appropriate to the child’s maturity. Sometimes Dad might float a gentle reminder like, “Brush your teeth before bed.” Other times Mom’s

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“I don’t think God would want me to have an abortion; my baby is alive.”

CompassCare’s exam rooms are on the frontline of the worldview war taking place in America. Almost every woman comes to CompassCare with the clear understanding that a baby is growing inside of them, often openly expressing this to their nurse. But their situation eclipses that knowledge in the darkness of believing their life will be

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“I’m keeping [my] baby. I’m not going to have an abortion.”

CompassCare is dedicated to continuously pressing towards greater effectiveness by constantly looking for ways to improve service outcomes. The medical team is modifying a few approaches and scripts to account for changing patient demographic. The following story is an example of how these improvements work out in the practical interactions with patients and save lives.

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