Every day in Grapevine, Texas, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the two cities where HC owns and operates a women’s care clinic, more and more abortion-determined women are reaching out to us for help. Unfortunately, many of them have limited resources, which prevents them from visiting our brick-and-mortar life-affirming pregnancy centers. That’s why both the Grapevine and Pittsburgh clinics recently launched a Womens Mobile Unit, which allows us to reach those women who cannot come to us.
And the results of this outreach have been amazing!
Since the launch of their mobiles last spring, the Real Choices Pregnancy Medical Clinic in Grapevine has saved 16 babies and the Pregnancy Resource Center of the South Hills (PRCSH) in Pittsburgh has saved 11 babies, respectively, through their Womens Mobile Units.
These are women like “Elisha” who, upon discovering she was pregnant, immediately searched the Internet for abortion information. An Human Coalition phone number came up during her search, and within minutes Elisha was speaking with one of our highly trained in-house call center agents. Unfortunately, due to her tight finances, Elisha was unable to get to the women’s care clinic closest to her.
But thanks to our state-of-the-art Womens Mobile Clinics, we were able to go to Elisha and provide the help she needed. After receiving one-on-one care, an ultrasound, and Christ-centered encouragement—all within the comfort of a state-of-the-art mobile unit—Elisha chose LIFE for her child!
The launch of HC’s Womens Mobile Units is a God-sized vision realized. After months of prayer and planning, HC can now send caregivers into neighborhoods that are underserved by the pro-life community, bringing life-affirming care to women faced with a crisis pregnancy.
But like any undertaking of this magnitude, success is not contingent upon one person or organization. Indeed, the expense of running and maintaining our two Womens Mobile Clinics is costly, necessitating the prayerful and financial support of people like you.
You can help the HC Womens Mobile Clinics penetrate their cities’ most abortion-riddled communities by making a donation today. A gift of $600 will keep a mobile unit running for a day… $12,000 will keep it running for a month.
No gift is too small to help make a difference in the lives of women like Elisha. In fact, a contribution of just $265 will provide the funds for Human Coalition to reach an abortion-determined woman, in an effort to help her choose life for her baby. Spread out over a year’s time, that’s less than 75 cents a day!
Women and their preborn babies are desperate for our help. But we must connect with them first. Give to HC and be part of our amazing mission to reach abortion-determined women and help rescue their babies from abortion.
Again, just wanted to congratulate you for taking the plunge in saving lives of the unborn with your mobile clinic. We bought our first Mobile Office in 2000 and have to date and average 10 new clients a month, with some 97% success rate of saving the lives of their… Read more »
I hope that $265 helps pay for all of the diapers, food, clothing, and docotr’s visits until that baby races 18.
The network of pregnancy resource centers we work with provide on-going support and assistance if the client/family wants or needs it. This includes things like material assistance, financial training, parental training, and access to any other number of services including maternity homes, counseling, job training, etc.
What resources? Please name some of your partners, Pittsburgh specifically. I see you mention saving babies. I think you forgot about saving families and saving Mothers. Without doing that, how can you be sure the little one you “save” will have a good life?
Karen – we rescue the child by providing compassionate care and counsel for the mother, as we have documented and discussed in numerous articles and blog pieces around the site. In fact our tagline, “Rescuing Children. Serving Families.” indicates our commitment to the mother and family. Feel free to stop… Read more »
In my home state of Missouri, we have THRIVE vans who do the very same thing. As I’ve hung around my pro-life friends near the abortion clinic, I’ve watched women change their minds and to the vans because they find we will do it for free. Heck, we even pay… Read more »
Our PRC is currently researching options for a mobile medical unit. Would your team be able to provide any assistance or lessons learned regarding the process? Thank you for your dedication and service to saving lives and healing hearts!
Danita – sure thing, we’d be happy to. Email Danielle at [email protected] and she can connect you to the right person.
I was quite taken by the compassion expressed as I read about the mobile units. And did share on Facebook. In prayer and consideration of how to support. Jesus is Lord.
Thanks for sharing this, Shirley!
Thank you OFL for the work you do. I have been pro life since 1973 when my high school had a group form to promote it. I was in Philly in 1973 in hearings prior to Roe V. Wade and just knowing how far we have gone as a country… Read more »
Thanks Cheryl, and thanks for your decades of pro-life ministry and prayers! Those prayers ARE being answered.
Personally: God did not give us a blessing of having kids of our own. Therefore I love all kids equally. Being established as a hard working professional and a lover of music I was inspired to extend my home in N Vancouver to make Jan’s Music Studio and put grand… Read more »
With thank you very much .
Great development – keep doing this invaluable work of Christ, OFL!
We’re in it until abortion is unthinkable and unavailable!
What a great idea!!!! If you ever have a mobile + Clinics here in Rochester I would love to volunteer my time.
I am a retired LPN.
Rena – Though Human Coalition has some AWESOME mobile pregnancy ultrasound units, we aren’t the only ones. You maight try connecting with your local pro-life pregnancy center – they may be operating one themselves.
I am in agreement with your mission to save unborn children. However, many of the women seeking abortions are nonreligious. It seems in some cases, it would be wise to downplay the Christian aspect of it, and focus on the heart of the matter i.e. saving a precious life. If… Read more »
If a person believes something to be true, it should be proclaimed. If the message is gently presented and rejected, it’s OK. I agree it shouldn’t be forced on someone, but it does need to be presented.
Our commission is “go and make disciples…” so the Good News definitely needs to be presented. We should not hide the motivation (“we love because He first loved us”) for caring about these women – no matter what they choose in the end!
Coneyro – Thank you for your thoughts. I work for a faith-based crisis pregnancy center in Chicago, and as part of our counseling process, we don’t necessarily inject faith unless the client feels comfortable with a discussion about God. In fact, we counsel many women (and men) of non-Christian backgrounds,… Read more »
Romans 1:16 I am Not Ashamed of the Gospel 16For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek. 17For in it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith… Read more »