Thursday, April 29, 2021
Contact: Heather Cirmo
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DALLAS, April 29, 2021 — Human Coalition, one of the largest pro-life organizations in the nation operating a growing network of Telecare and Brick-and-Mortar Women’s Care Clinics across the nation, celebrated the milestone of 20,000 preborn children rescued from abortion since the organization’s creation in 2009. Human Coalition set out to utilize innovative technology to reach planning-to-abort women through the internet. The first child was saved on June 22, 2010, with 14 more that same year.

Today, the organization operates seven Brick-and-Mortar Women’s Care Clinics in Cleveland, Atlanta, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Pittsburgh, Raleigh and Charlotte. These also offer telecare services with two exclusive Telecare Women’s Clinics (one serving the entire state of Texas and the other in Chicago), which are staffed with professional nurses and social workers trained in client care best practices.

“Imagine all the moms who will get to celebrate Mother’s Day with their child in just a few days. Imagine all the families who will get to make a lifetime of memories together. Imagine all the boys and girls who will grow up, attend school, play sports, celebrate holidays, and could go on to have children of their own one day,” said Human Coalition President Jeff Bradford. “We thank God for using Human Coalition to help save preborn children and to provide resources, services and hope to women in need.”

Since its inception, Human Coalition has served over 214,000 women and families, and its family services division has counseled women over 19,000 times. In 2020 (during the pandemic), Human Coalition served a total of 44,131 women. As many as 202,280 different services were provided and 4,150 life decisions were made.

“Human Coalition fervently believes that ending abortion is possible,” said Bradford. “We will continue to do the important work of reaching and supporting vulnerable women, rescuing children from abortion, and restoring our culture to one that values life.”