Sunday, May 29, 2011

Solutions in Shrewsbury!

I was angry earlier this week when I read about NARAL's efforts to shut down Crisis Pregnancy Centers (CPCs). You would think that an organization that supposedly wants women to make informed choices would want those women to make informed choices - to hear something other than the sales pitch of the abortionist. Of course, NARAL is not really interested in pushing choice, but rather pushing abortions.

The ironic thing is that the video claiming that CPCs spread lies is itself a lie. The information that they show as being false is true (such as the link between abortion and breast cancer risk, or the inference that CPCs have untrained personnel performing medical procedures). This tactic of the "Big Lie" is NARAL's standard technique, and has worked all too well in the past. Pro-aborts today are still quoting the lies NARAL put forth in the 1960s as you can see in the video here.

On the other hand, we have a new Crisis Pregnancy Center here in Shrewsbury. Solutions Pregnancy & Health Center is a licensed medical facility that provides free services to women. From MoreMonmouthMusings:
Shrewsbury, NJ, May 26, 2011 - Lorrie Erli, Executive Director of Solutions Pregnancy Center, is pleased to announce the grand opening of its Medical Clinic on Sunday, June 5 from 2 to 4 pm. Solutions is located at 837 Broad Street.

“As a licensed medical center, we are excited to offer clients comprehensive services that are not available at other health centers, such as emotional and spiritual support, which is desperately needed by women faced with unplanned pregnancies, and sexually transmitted infections.”

Solutions’ outstanding medical board of directors includes many local physicians: Dr. Margaret Lambert-Woolley serves as Medical Director and Chairwoman, Dr. Jane Neuman, Dr. John Taylor, and Dr. John Dalton as well as Linda Pascarella, RN and Infectious Disease Prevention and Control Director for Monmouth Medical Center. Dr. Lambert-Woolley volunteers her time examining and treating patients in Solutions’ medical clinic. Highly trained staff members provide a wide range of services.

“Solutions offers free pregnancy testing, ultrasound exams, and STD screening, among other services, all in a safe, confidential environment designed for multi-level support,” says Lambert-Woolley.

Solutions serves a broad population of women in Monmouth County, with many between the ages of 18-24. Generally, most of the centers’ clients are uninsured, underserved and lower-income. All of Solutions’ services are provided free of charge, but appointments are necessary.

To schedule an appointment, call Solutions toll free 24/7 help line at 1-888-595-TEST (8378).
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Take that, NARAL!!


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