Even If You Don't Want An Abortion, Crisis Pregnancy Centers Don't Help

In an editorial in response to this week's protests in support of crisis pregnancy centers, Katie Stack writes,

I've talked with dozens of women, including my best friend and my younger sister, about their own experiences with these centers. Regardless of our views on abortion, our conclusion about crisis pregnancy centers is the same — they don't help women. My sister fully intended to raise her own son, who is now 2, but when she was pregnant and went to a center for advice, all she got was a lecture about the joys of adoption and a pamphlet on eternal salvation. She had to turn to Planned Parenthood to receive any actual prenatal health care or referrals.

When I Needed Help, I Got Propaganda [NYT]

Earlier: The Time I Tried To Get An Abortion From A Crisis Pregnancy Center