Women's Emergency Network, Inc.
Rating: 4.43 stars 7 7 reviews
Civil Rights, Health, Women, Reproductive Rights
7400 Sw 88 Street Suite 307B Miami FL 33156 USA
Women''s Emergency Network is dedicated to the reproductive freedom of indigent and low-income women and girls in South Florida facing an unintended pregnancy. In order for these women and girls to have access to the full range of reproductive choices, Women''s Emergency Network provides unbiased options counseling, education about routine birth control and emergency contraception, referrals to ongoing health care and social services as needed, and, for those who choose to terminate, financial subsidies for abortion and related reproductive health care.
WEN provides care for hundreds of poor, isolated women and girls every year. They are single mothers who cannot afford to raise another child; girls too young or too troubled to be mothers; survivors of rape, incest or abuse; people living with AIDS, mental illness, or other serious disease; women battling addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. Each year, WEN provides approximately 800 of these women and girls counseling to explore their options and feelings. For the minority who choose to continue their pregnancies, WEN makes referrals to the best low-cost prenatal care, and when necessary, to reputable adoption agencies. For those who choose to terminate the pregnancy, WEN subsidizes the cost of a safe abortion with South Florida's most respected clinics. All clients receive birth control counseling, safe sex edcation and, as needed, referrals for future care.
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I have four kids and was in an abusive relationship with their father. Women's Emergency Network was able to help me when I found out that I was pregnant again.
I have been able to leave my ex and begin a new life with the help of their assistance. I don't have much, but I have great thanks for them in my time of need.
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They helped me fund the procedure and find other agencies to help me break free.
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Ask people that can donate to donate to them because there are many women like me that want to make a change but can't because of lack of funds.