When Naomi and her partner found out they were expecting another child, the news was received cheerfully and they began making plans to parent together. Already raising two children, Naomi knew the right things to do; go to the doctor, get an ultrasound and begin prenatal care. However, when her boyfriend abandoned her, thoughts of
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On June 7th, CompassCare’s pro-life medical office in Buffalo was the victim of a brutal arson attack, perpetrated by the pro-abortion terrorist group known as Jane’s Revenge. While CompassCare’s office burned, Janine was home with her two children fast asleep, unaware of the events that were transpiring. Early in the morning, Janine heard the shocking news. She immediately called Cyndi,
The way women are accessing abortion is changing, with a new online abortion business opening every week selling lethal chemical abortion drugs for cash. Seeing this shift coming, CompassCare added a telehealth service platform to serve women before they purchase these lethal drugs and have the ability to help her reverse the effects, saving the
Ruby felt overwhelmed to learn that she was pregnant again. A single mother in her mid-20s, she just couldn’t imagine bringing a child into the chaos of this world. She called Planned Parenthood and started the dangerous chemical abortion process, taking the first pill. After a fitful night’s sleep, Ruby realized she made a mistake.
Sadie came to CompassCare after a positive home pregnancy test. She told her nurse she cannot continue her pregnancy because she is in college, holding down two jobs, and just is not ready to become a mom. Her boyfriend and one other friend know about her pregnancy, and she isn’t planning on telling anyone else.
“I can’t remember the last time I was clean,” Stephanie told her nurse. Years of drug addiction devastated Stephanie’s health and family life. Now pregnant with another child, she feared the worst. Although the father of the baby wants to raise the child with her, Stephanie is convinced her body could not support a healthy
Tessa first came to CompassCare for Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) testing. She tested positive, was given treatment, and remarked how much she loved the care she received from her nurse. When Tessa faced an unplanned pregnancy, she was seriously considering abortion. Remembering her wonderful experience with CompassCare, she scheduled an appointment. Engaging her nurse, she
Hollie is still living at home and terrified of telling her mom she is pregnant. “I’m so scared, I don’t know what to do.” Her boyfriend, who drove her to CompassCare, is pressuring her to abort. Hollie did tell her sister, the only other support person she has. Hollie’s boyfriend was there for the ultrasound
Darlene and her husband Matt just had their third child last year. The last several months with their new daughter proved extremely challenging, with many sleepless nights soothing her. Darlene and Matt decided it was time to be done with childbearing and scheduled a surgery to that end. But, just before the surgery, Darlene discovered
Lily came to CompassCare a few months ago in the early stages of pregnancy suffering from hyperemesis, a debilitating condition of extreme nausea and vomiting. She felt physically drained – hopeless. On top of this, Lily had just left her abusive boyfriend and was worried this pregnancy would prevent her from moving on with her