Louisiana’s leaders, servicemen and women and healthcare workers have been working tirelessly during the coronavirus pandemic, and in doing so they’ve put themselves and their families at risk. The sacrifices they have made are enormous, and their work has been nothing short of extraordinary.
Pro-life Louisianians working across the state to help women in crisis pregnancies and mothers with young children are also heroic. They have continued to serve women in need by facilitating telehealth calls for pregnancy-related counseling, providing high-demand resources like diapers, wipes and formula and informing women of the life-affirming option of adoption.
A good representation of the relief they are providing is evident in nearly every major region of the state.
Here are some examples:
There are more than 30 Pregnancy Resource Centers in Louisiana, and most remain available during this crisis time to help women in need through phone calls and even appointments. You can find a center near you at www.ADifficultChoice.com. Using the website is easy: Just type in your zip code and the closest Pregnancy Resource Center’s information will pop up.
Adoption professionals statewide area also counseling women and facilitating adoptions at this time. To find a list of all the adoption agencies in Louisiana, visit AdoptionOption.LA.gov.
If you work at one of the state’s pregnancy center or adoption agencies, let us know what you are doing and share some photos. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.