Tag Archives: Abortion-minded women
After three years of prayerful preparations, CompassCare’s Brooklyn Medical office opened on January 8! During the first week, thirteen women were served, including a woman whom we will call Lily. Lilly found TeleCare through CompassCare’s patient marketing channels. She used the online chat to connect with a CompassCare nurse in Rochester. It became apparent that
Luisa lives in a small island nation in the South Pacific Ocean. Several months ago, when she found out she was pregnant, like women CompassCare serves in the US, her circumstances made her feel stuck, trapped, and coerced—like she needed to get an abortion. With limited resources and unsure of how to proceed, she contacted
January 10th was the first day of helping women considering abortion to have their babies in a beautifully remodeled medical office in Brooklyn, NY. Here are just two exciting stories from yesterday’s grand re-opening of CompassCare’s 44 Court Street medical office. “Lilly” was referred to CompassCare by Sisters for Life. She had multiple abortions in the last
“I don’t think I can do this…” Star told her TeleCare Nurse. Star came to a CompassCare TeleCare appointment, like women throughout NY, across the nation, and around the globe, considering abortion. Star scheduled her virtual appointment with her Care Coordinator and, within minutes, was talking to a caring and compassionate Nurse. During her appointment,
“To see his dismay… made my heart drop.” Nova was excited to be pregnant, but the circumstances of her life caused her to doubt. The Church through CompassCare served her with ethical medical care and comprehensive community support, restoring her joy and saving her baby. Through December 31, 2023, a team of generous donors will
Evelin is still in high school. One day, she started experiencing unusual symptoms. She quickly realized that she may be pregnant. Shocked and overwhelmed, Evelin’s mind raced about her unknown future. Like many women experiencing unplanned pregnancy, abortion loomed large in her mind. Evelin confided in her best friend, Sarah. Together, they researched available resources. Thankfully,
God often uses hard circumstances as blessings in disguise. Recently, God shed light on three blessings—all on the same day—at CompassCare. Two pregnant moms recently decided to say “yes” to keeping their babies. Now those three babies can open their eyes to a new world and experience life. The first patient, who we will call
When Mary found out she was pregnant, she was barraged by fears and tensions. It was on her decision-making journey that she caught a glimmer of hope: a CompassCare TV ad.
Watch what women are saying about their experience at CompassCare.