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Know Your Rights Before Having an Abortion

Are you experiencing an unplanned pregnancy and considering abortion? If so, you should know your rights. Within the healthcare community, there is something known as informed consent—that means you have the right to know the purpose, benefits, and potential risks of a medical procedure. That includes abortion. Before you go through with an abortion, whether that’s … Continued


At-Home Abortion/Plan C is Not a Good Plan

At-home abortion, also known as self-managed abortion and Plan C, is being touted as “safe” and allowing a woman to oversee her health care. However, taking any drugs, including abortion pills, without a physician’s supervision is unwise due to potential risks and side effects. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) only approves the abortion … Continued


Our Volunteers Care About You!

April is recognized as National Volunteer Appreciation Month, and this week is National Volunteer Appreciation Week. Volunteers are a big part of True Care’s service to the women who walk through our doors. They care about our patients, and they serve our patients, women just like you, with excellence. How Do Volunteers Serve at True … Continued



True Care Works Diligently to Help You Feel Safe!

Your health and safety matter! At True Care, we are doing all that we can to help you feel safe and comfortable when you visit our facility. For example, last year, we implemented a security system for patient confidentiality and safety. Before anyone comes into the center, they must use the outdoor buzzer and tell … Continued


3 Reasons to Have an Ultrasound Before an Abortion

Why should a woman have an ultrasound before having an abortion? The 23-year-old woman came to see us believing she was about seven weeks along in her pregnancy. After the True Care nurse saw the positive line on the pregnancy test, she offered our patient an ultrasound. When the image of her 18-week-old appeared on … Continued


Choices: Education, Baby, or Both?

Our life is filled everyday with different choices, everything from what we eat and wear to what we watch on TV and the music we listen to. Some choices are trivial, such as which dressing goes on our salad. Others are monumental life decisions, including moves, college, and what to do if you experience an … Continued


5 Ways to Love Yourself

Have you heard the phrase “You can’t love others unless you love yourself”? Psychologist Leslie Becker-Phelps says though that statement is true, it’s also complicated. Here we’ll explore 5 ways to love yourself so you can love others better. In an article on WebMD, Dr. Becker-Phelps says, “Loving yourself certainly makes it easier to love … Continued


Human Trafficking: Yes, It Happens in Wyoming

Sixteen-year-old Alyssa had enough of the fighting and physical abuse at home. Yelling often turned into punches. One day, she skipped school, packed a bag, and got into her car. James, the man she’d met online a month ago, promised to take care of her. He had been sending her encouraging notes for the past … Continued



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