Due to the polarizing nature of the political climate concerning abortion in America, women facing unplanned pregnancy are at high risk of victimization by service organizations. Women facing unplanned pregnancy are susceptible to unique forms of conflict of interest. An example of a conflict of interest would be abortion providers who have a vested financial
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To be accredited means that your organization holds to a set of standards of practice within its own industry. Those standards have to be visible in the daily provision of services in the form of documented process and protocols. The Washington State legislation that was apparently passed recently provides immunity from liability to abortion providers
viagra online XANAXadderall onlineLevitraPuppies for sale The extreme New York abortion deregulation bill we told you about last Thursday, Reproductive Health Act (S5808 (Stewart-Cousins)/A11484 (Glick) The Reproductive Health Act), may come up for a vote in the Senate today. As noted in the above link, “The Reproductive Health Act (RHA), as it is currently being
You and I know that the abortion industry has not identified nor do they use proper ethical standards of care when serving women facing unplanned pregnancy. Not necessarily news to you is it? Because of that the likelihood of a woman being victimized by the political and financial interests of those providers is drastically increased.
Its coming . . . more and more attempts to regulate pregnancy centers with State legislation. So far most of them have failed but the abortion industry is getting better at figuring out our internal weaknesses in an effort to limit women’s access to pregnancy centers. Some think that negative regulatory legislation aimed at Pregnancy
Recently one of CompassCare’s Executive Coaches, Mary Rutherford, wrote an email to an executive in training. I asked for permission to represent it here so that everyone could catch a brief glimpse into the specific mechanics of how a medical PRC becomes optimized within the reality of our hectic lives as PRC executives. Mary writes: One of the most brilliant
I just compared the number of abortion-minded patients we have seen at our clinic January through June of 2008 with the number of abortion-minded patients for the same period last year and discovered that we have experienced an increase of more than 300%! We more than doubled our advertising budget this year to include radio