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91% of women who go to pregnancy resource centers are satisfied by the services they receive

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From pro-life author Rick Garrett:

… Crisis pregnancy centers, also called CPC’s, or pregnancy resource centers, of which there are approximately 2,752 in the United States, according to Pregnancy Help News.

These centers are supported by almost 82,000 volunteers. Most often they provide counseling, adoption referrals, child-rearing resources, job counseling, parenting classes, clothing, diapers, legal support, emergency and long-term housing, financial assistance, medical services, STD screenings, etc. 60% of these centers offer free ultrasounds.

While 11 states offer very limited financial support to these centers, none of them receive federal funds, unlike Planned Parenthood, which receives hundreds of millions of federal tax dollars every year.

At least 90% of CPC funding comes via donations from local communities and nearly 91% of clients report the highest level of satisfaction with the services they received.

Rick Garrett, The Duping of America (Maitland, Florida: Liberty Hill Press, 2021) pp. 59 – 60.

Editor’s note. This appeared at Clinic Quotes and is reposted with permission.


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