Some pro-abortion advocates argue that pro-lifers do not help women after their child is born.
They believe that pro-lifers are more concerned with the baby, and not with what is best for the mother.
This is entirely untrue.
Clearly, giving birth to, and raising, a child is a huge commitment. However, there are actually a great variety of resources to support any woman in need of help.
As of today, it is estimated that there may be as many as 4,000 crisis pregnancy resource centers across the United States .
It has been reported that there are approximately 2,300 pregnancy resource centers that are under three particular umbrella groups: Heartbeat International, National Institute of Family and Life Advocates, and CareNet .
These centers offer services such as pregnancy testing, STI testing and treatment, counseling, and provide ultrasounds and parenting classes .
Over 1.9 million women in America take advantage of these free pregnancy services each year .
There are no other pro-abortion institutions or groups that have made the same commitment to American women, supporting them in most likely their greatest time of need.
 National Abortion Federation. (2006). “Crisis Pregnancy Centers.” National Abortion Federation. N.p., 2006. Web. 17 Jul 2011. http://www.prochoice.org/about_abortion/facts/cpc.html
 Helen Alvaré, Greg Pfundstein, Matthew Schmitz and Ryan T. Anderson. (2011). “The Lazy Slander of the Pro-Life Cause.” The Witherspoon Institute. http://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2011/01/2380
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