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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Civil Rights, Civil Rights, Social Action & Advocacy, Crime & Law, Family Services, Human Services, Public Interest Law, Right to Life

Mission: Provide training/education to 501(c)(3) charities. We enable pregnancy resource centers to provide a voice for the voiceless.

Results: Founded in 1993, the National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) provides life-affirming PRCs with legal counsel, education, and training. NIFLA has dramatically grown and now represents approximately 1,200 member PRC’s across the country.

Target demographics: Board of Directors, Nurse Managers (RN) , Physicians, Physician Assistants, RDMS, and Nurse Practitioners.

Direct beneficiaries per year: Board of Directors, Nurse Managers (RN) , Physicians, Physician Assistants, RDMS, and Nurse Practitioners.

Geographic areas served: All 50 states

Programs: Check our website for upcoming conferences and our Silent Auctions.

Community Stories

6 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1 Carol137

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 4

You won't come away from this conference with all the skills you need for success, but the fundamentals are laid to build on! The motivation to save lives is the driving force behind this conference. Experienced, skilled professionals teach with passion and compassion for the unborn.

I have much to learn, experience and accomplish as an RN trained in Limited Obstetrical Ultrasound. Training picks up where it left off, in the comfort of familiar surroundings and with our own clinic's ultrasound machine, under the supervision of our own RDMS. I am looking at a minimum of 50-70 ultrasound training's on models (pregnant volunteers) followed by testing of knowledge and skills.

This course is not a quick "learn and go" training. The process is ongoing and requires proactive learning well after the training is completed through NIFLA. It is, however, an opportunity to impact the lives of MANY people for generations to come!

1 Brenda54

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I recently attended the NIFLA course for Limited Obstetric Ultrasound for RNs and it was so helpful and I fully recommend this to anyone needing this training. The speakers and instructors were knowledgeable, professional, organized, and had years of experience. This course eased my mind about my ability to learn this new skill, and was full of practical wisdom in managing this aspect of a pregnancy clinic.

1 Cindy121

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I am a new Nurse Manager for a Pregnancy Care Center in Florida. I attended the NIFLA course "Limited Obstetric Ultrasound: The role of the Nurse in the Pregnancy Help Medical Clinic" and came away extremely excited about everything I learned. The instructors were not only extremely knowledgeable, but also very approachable and answered any question presented. The class prepared me to get to work!

1

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

As a CEO, attending the Institute in Limited Obstetrical Ultrasound, and having our PA-C and RN attend, has been one of the best investments our Board of Directors had made for our medical clinic to grow professionally with best practices. Our organization is proud to be a member of NIFLA.

1

Client Served

Rating: 5

Recently attended the Nurse ultrasound class in Atlanta. So very informative. Looking forward to putting my new knowledge to use in our local prolife ministry.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 4

I am privileged to serve this national organization that trains, protects and defends pro-life pregnancy resource centers and medical clinics. NIFLA has offered expertise in legal and medical guidelines to protect them from the many pitfalls of operating as a licensed medical clinic.