"I'm seven months pregnant and just got off the bus from California, I'm in a phone booth, it's pouring, and I don't know what to do." Our volunteer immediately contacted a social worker, and by the next day, she had a doctor appointment, a place to stay, and new friends. Soon her beautiful baby was born.
-Young woman from California-
"The biggest help that Milwaukee Birthright gave to us, was in the form of clothes, diapers, and ‘just somebody there to talk to.’ They listened. And they even invited us back to Milwaukee Birthright to pick up more clothes as our son outgrew his clothes."
Birthright is an interfaith, inter-racial organization founded on the principle that it is the right of every pregnant woman to give birth and the right of every child to be born. Birthright believes that no woman should be forced to obtain an abortion because she is unaware of the practical, positive assistance that is available to her. Birthright provides information necessary for women involved in problem pregnancies to make enlightened, knowledgeable decisions about their futures and the futures of their unborn children. (It should be noted that our Mission Statement has not changed since our inception in 1971.)
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