We aren’t meant to be alone. Especially not in moments of crisis.
Yet many women walk through our doors, scared, in crisis, facing one of the biggest decisions in their lives – alone. A sixteen year old who is too fearful to tell her parents she is pregnant. A college student who hasn’t broken the news to her boyfriend yet. A woman living in poverty, unsure if she can feed another mouth around her table.
They walk in alone. But they don’t stay alone. Our doctors, counselors, and community embrace them. These cords of hope weave together, providing a blanket to comfort them, a safety net to protect them, and a compass to guide them, as they make this life-altering decision about their pregnancy.