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Help Centers quickly finds local crisis pregnancy centers to get women the professional help they need
In case not being allowed to fundraise to kill huge unborn babies isn't enough grist for the mill, Hogue throws in additional red meat: "they will let people raise money for anti-choice crisis pregnancy centers that lie to women about their health care.
This investigation of the UK's crisis pregnancy centers (CPCS) is the first of its kind, but the findings bear striking similarities with similar studies from the US.
He was also actively involved in the Pro-Life Movement helping to open Problem Pregnancy, a crisis pregnancy center in Athol and receiving the Gospel of Life Award from the Diocese of Worcester.
One such provision would have made funds available to direct women to crisis pregnancy centers and other organizations that provide pregnancy options counseling from an antiabortion perspective; another would have supported the purchase of ultrasound equipment; and a third would have mandated abortion counseling requirements.
NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia Foundation's year-long investigation of the state's 52 Crisis Pregnancy Centers (CPC's) confirmed what we already knew.
In some cases, money generated from their sale directly supports the activities of specific antichoice organizations or crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs), which often provide biased and medically inaccurate counseling to women seeking a pregnancy test or counseling with regard to an unintended pregnancy.
Instead, Crisis Pregnancy Centers have been established, which offer sex education advocating abstinence.