Whole Woman’s Health: Proud to offer safe, compassionate abortion care

For the average person, abortion can be a ‘taboo’ or ‘fringe’ issue. It can be confusing, understandably considering the medically unsupported anti-choice laws being enacted, the state-funded centers that routinely lie to pregnant women, and the inaccurate information physicians are legally bound to give patients. Regardless, real, human people need abortions every day for a myriad of deeply personal reasons. All of us at Whole Woman’s Health feel …

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From the Whole Woman’s Health Patient Journal

I thought I was in love, I was actually, just in love alone. This was by far one of the hardest and must hurtful decisions I’ve had to make in my entire life. Though I feel horrible and as I try not to hate myself I know that I made a wise decision.

“Do not let a man or materialistic things define how much you are worth.”

All sins are equal, ask for forgiveness and move on because God will see you through.

Love yourself, love those around you.

What Does Holistic Abortion Care Even Mean?

At Whole Woman’s Health, we take a lot of pride in saying (and giving) what we call holistic abortion care. It’s a foundation to the way in which we provide medical care and it results in a better, more compassionate experience for the patients we see. When we eagerly tell others that we function holistically, we sometimes get …

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Amy Hagstrom Miller Speaks Out About Stigma

These last few days Whole Woman’s Health has been at the Abortion Care Network’s Annual Meeting – an inspiring conference of the nation’s independent providers and our allies within the activist, art, legislative, faith, and journalist communities. Yesterday our Founder Amy Hagstrom Miller spoke to attendees about how her drive to rid the world of abortion stigma manifests in what we do …

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