Pro-Life Group Celebrates Saving 20,000 Babies from Abortion, 4,000 During COVID

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   May 7, 2021   |   4:19PM   |   Washington, DC

This Mother’s Day, Human Coalition is celebrating with 20,000 babies and their mothers who chose life for them in difficult circumstances.

The pro-life organization, founded in 2009, recently reached a huge milestone, having helped 20,000 mothers choose life for their babies.

“Imagine all the moms who will get to celebrate Mother’s Day with their child in just a few days,” organization president Jeff Bradford said. “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.”

Human Coalition runs women’s care clinics in seven states and telecare services in Texas and Chicago, using innovative technology to reach abortion-minded women through the internet. On June 22, 2010, the organization said it helped its first mother choose life for her unborn baby, and, since then, its outreach has grown rapidly.

During the pandemic alone, Human Coalition served 44,131 women and provided more than 200,000 services. In total, the pro-life organization has served more than 214,000 women and families since 2009, providing free counseling, information and medical services as well as connecting them to community resources for further support.

Speaking with the Christian Post, Bradford said their focus on technology really became a strong asset when the pandemic hit in 2020.

“Because we’re a technology-driven company, we were able to move very quickly into a virtual model with all of our brick-and-mortar clinics,” he said.

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Using the telecare model also decreased the time and barriers in making an appointment, he explained.

“We also were able to get twice as many women through the doors than we were in the traditional brick-and-mortar model, and it really breaks down geographic and transportation issues,” he said. “So we are able to serve a much broader client, get them in faster because we’re counseling them immediately and not having to wait days before they show up.”

Human Coalition runs women’s care clinics in Cleveland, Atlanta, Dallas/Fort Worth, Pittsburgh, Raleigh and Charlotte. It also runs two telecare clinics in Texas and Chicago, staffed with nurses and social workers trained in client care best practices.

“Human Coalition fervently believes that ending abortion is possible,” Bradford said. “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.”