Tag Archives: Abortion-minded women

“Just Do the Next Thing. Make the Appointment. Go to the Office. Take the Pill. Go Home. Forget About It.”

Kaylen and Sam already have a baby. When Kaylen discovered she was pregnant again, she immediately thought “this is the worst possible timing.” She is still adjusting to life with an infant and still feels the financial burden of a challenging past year. Kaylen reached out to a couple of friends, asking for advice, and

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“I Never Ever Had a Nurse Who Prayed For Me In an Appointment Before.”

Beauty is a young widowed mother who came to CompassCare pregnant from a new boyfriend. “A good man, he loves me really well.” Beauty has experienced complications with other pregnancies. As a single mother fear drove her to think abortion was the solution. She came to CompassCare with this new pregnancy, desperate to avoid a

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Because of You, More Life-Saving Stories Like This Are Possible

Hudah is a young woman from a Muslim family who recently found out she is pregnant. Feeling overwhelmed and unsupported, she went to a local abortionist and took the first of two pills to induce an abortion. By the next day however, she regretted her decision, decided to not take the second pill, and desperately

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“[You] talk to me like I’m a real person…”

  Pam is in her late twenties and works three jobs to provide for herself and her 5-year-old. She has no support from her family. Pam’s first interaction with CompassCare was through a virtual intake appointment, which is a recent innovation designed to boost patient show rates by building rapport with the patients quicker. Pam

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