clinic & donor updates

The One True Advocate

It brings to mind the well-known lyrics, “And even though we ain’t got money, I’m so in love with you honey”. It’s a well-known story. Couples living paycheck to paycheck for years, sometimes decades, finding pleasure in the simple things in life.

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Why I Became a Nurse

It is a privilege to be trusted by people in their most vulnerable states, to advocate for their best interest, and to share personal moments that change lives. I love that God uses our personal history to shape us in our careers …

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You Are Not Alone

… a follow-up call with a client can be filled with joyous news or laden with the sadness that comes with the knowledge that a life will never be lived on earth.

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The Return Ultrasound

The couple was quiet, but not upset. There were some tears, but not of despair, more of awe. Later, as I thought about it, it seemed to be a sacred awe. One that feels like fear, but weighs like a privilege.

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The Best Gift

A look into our consultation room this week at a consultation between Stephanie and a mom named Ava. Because of your help, we were able to provide Ava with a safe place to process her feelings.

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Dismantling the Walls

Many learn to cope with the help of walls they have built. We often come face to face with those walls in consultations. Sheri gives us a look into one of her encounters with a mom who was finally starting to bring those walls down.

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Have You Met Maggie?

Hey Friends, meet Maggie McNeely! She is a face you will get very acquainted with and we are THRILLED to finally introduce you to her if you haven’t had the chance to meet her yet.

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Welcome Back, Sheri!

We first met Sheri back in 2015 when she began volunteering with us doing client intake. She was later trained as a Client Advocate. In 2017 Sheri began volunteering a local safe house for traffick victims where she led Bible studies and helped women with financial literacy.

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In Memory of Dr. Hellman

Dr. Barry Hellman went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, December 28th. He left a legacy of kindness and generosity with his family, colleagues and the local community. Barry served on the board of Care Net Peninsula since 2017 and began his term as the Board Chair in April 2019. Barry was passionate and dedicated to the work of Care Net to provide the help and hope local moms need to choose life for their babies.

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