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Check out our recent blog posts and press releases to stay up to date on our work, meet our partners, learn about the latest trends in social change and celebrate key milestones with us.

Motherhood and Mental Health

Being a mom isn’t for the faint of heart.  Motherhood and mental health is definitely something that needs to be talked about, but even I shied away from the topic. I remember the night I finally had a breakdown and realized I needed help. Sitting in my car in the garage, alone, just so that I […]

Longing for Motherhood: A Reflection by Diane Ferraro

This year I turned 55. I’m very content with my life and know how blessed I am with good health, friends since childhood, and a family that loves me unconditionally. Even though I lost my adoptive mom when I was eight years old, became a widow at age 44, and was nearly paralyzed in a […]

Meet Our Moms on Staff This Mom’s Month!

May is officially MOM’S MONTH! At Save the Storks, we are celebrating every kind of mom and showing them our appreciation all of May. Get to know our moms on staff and be encouraged by what they have to say this Mom’s Month! Annie, COO I consider it such a privilege to work for an organization […]

Top Pro Life Stories for Sanctity of Life Sunday 2022

We want to offer some incredible true stories of life and what it means for women to be empowered to choose. Feel free to share any of the videos with your congregations, friends and families to begin conversations on life and choice. LIFE What does it mean to be pro-life? This video shows how the […]

Hayley’s Story: Misinformed and Pressured

How pregnancy centers offer support for women feeling pressured to abort By Katie Doryland When Hayley* called Elizabeth’s Hope PRC in Chillicothe, OH, she was barely able to speak to the center’s client advocate, Beth. She was scared and stressed out.  “I already have a baby at home and now I am pregnant again,” she told Beth. […]

Pressure from Parents: Jasmine’s Story 

Legal help for minors being pressured into an abortion   Jasmine was 19 years old when she found out she was pregnant. At the time she was getting ready to graduate high school and go to college.   “I told my mom I was pregnant first. I had a feeling she was thinking I should get an abortion, but it was my dad that really […]

Not All Heroes Wear Capes

Pressured to Abort: One Mother’s Heroic Journey By Victoria Robinson I’ve been fortunate to meet incredible people throughout my life.  My favorite kinds are those you’re better for knowing. I’d like to take a minute and tell you about one of mine. Her name is Marissa. I first heard of her through her sister who […]

I Wish They Had Told Me

I Wish They Had Told Me!  How lack of information pressures women to abort  When Vanessa* visited Birth Choice, a pregnancy resource center (PRC) in San Marcos, CA, she was alone and set on having an abortion. She met with a client advocate at the clinic named Elise*. Vanessa explained to Elise that she had already gone to Planned Parenthood in the past for a prior abortion, […]

I was “terrified” to tell others my secret

How one woman uses her post-abortive past to give others a future  “For over 27 years, this was a story I felt like I should bury.”   Pam Daugherty said this to a room full of people at a pregnancy resource center banquet in Waller, Tex.    “But we all have a story, and I want to […]

A Tribute to The Stork Moms

Happy Mother’s Day from Save the Storks!  We would be nothing without our moms. Whether it’s our biological mom, adoptive mom, grandma, work mom, or the community of women who support us and love us unconditionally.  For Mother’s Day this year, our staff is reflecting on the important mother-figures in our lives and the ways […]

Save the Storks Celebrates World Down Syndrome Day

One mom’s story of Down syndrome adoption  World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD), is Saturday, March 21. The theme for this year is “We Decide” and it promotes the right for people with Down syndrome to fully participate in decision making for their lives.  In celebration of WDSD we sat down to talk with Save the […]