Life Line, Inc.
Rating: 4 stars 1 review
Issues: Civil Rights, Health, Philanthropy, Reproductive Rights
Location: 19415 Deerfield Ave Ste 109 Lansdowne VA 20176 USA
Programs: 1st Choice Women's Health Center patients are women between the ages of 14 and 40 who believe that they may be pregnant at a difficult time. Patients receive a comprehensive service program on their first visit including free pregnancy test, pregnancy confirmation sonogram, pregnancy option education, limited STD/STI testing, and a personalized referral list. Patients who choose to receive ongoing support through 1st Choice are welcomed into our Earn While You Learn program where they receive emotional and practical through their peer counselor as they "earn" the everyday items they need to care for themselves and their babies for the first couple of years of parenthood. Women and their partners can focus on improvement in key areas, such as pregnancy, preparing for parenthood or adoption, choosing healthy relationships, pre-marital counseling, parenting skills, or other individualized ares of counseling.1st Choice offers the KISSN (Keep It Simple, Say NO) abstinence and character education Program to teens and youth groups across Northern Virginia. 1st Choice offers a semi-annual after abortion care support group for women recovering from an emotionally damaging abortion experience.
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1st Choice is an excellent community organization. The caring professional staff and volunteer personnel leverage the support of donors to empower women and men in the Loudoun community to make positive choices about unplanned pregnancies and sexual health. In addition, they provide key supportive services that benefit the entire Loudoun community by giving a "hand-up" to individuals in need.
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