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Without YOU, it doesn’t work

It’s true! Without YOU, it doesn’t work. PACN is dependent upon the thousands of donors that give each year so that women and men in our community can receive no-cost medical care and receive trusted information which empowers them to make informed, healthy choices. These donors give in many ways. Each week, PACN relies on […]

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#GiveBig4PACN: Will you spread the word?

  PACN is excited to participate in the Big Give Houston campaign on May 3, 2016 from 12:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. During this 24-hour crowdfunding event we want to challenge YOU to spread the word via social media.  Would you be willing to partner with us? Begin now! Like and follow us on the […]

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Erica’s #myfreedomstory

Dear PACN, You all were a god send.  I wish all the doctors and hospitals were like you.  Thank you for caring.  Thank you for giving us someone to talk to.  My life is better with PACN involved.  Thank you for encouraging new parents, mommies and survivors. I had such a hard time with the […]

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Brittany’s #myfreedomstory

Brittany found out she was pregnant in her junior year of college.  She didn’t know what to do or how she would take care of herself or her baby.  After many feelings of uncertainty, she decided that moving home with her family would be the best decision. Brittany found PACN in her fifth month of […]

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Jenna’s #myfreedomstory

This couldn’t be happening.  Surely not this time.  These were just a few of the thoughts that went through Jenna’s head as she stared at the pregnancy test.  She had been using the “Plan B pill” as a form of birth control and felt confident that everything would be ok.  Now this. As she entered […]

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Stacy’s #myfreedomstory

Stacy was 22 years-old when she came seeking help from PACN.  She stared at the positive pregnancy test in astonishment.  How could she do this on her own?  Will my family even accept me now that I’m pregnant? This was a large fear for Stacy.  She loved her family and cared what they thought of […]

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Amber’s #myfreedomstory

“It was the precious feet pin,” Amber said.  “I already had two abortions and I wasn’t sure about this pregnancy.” “What kind of mom would I be?  I wasn’t sure if my boyfriend would be around; when he was, sometimes he was abusive.  I couldn’t even pay my utilities.  My life was a mess. “I […]

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Raquel’s #myfreedomstory

Dear PACN, I found out about your services in 1996.  I was 14 years-old, pregnant and lost.  I had been abused in every definition of the word-sexually, physically, emotionally and mentally.  I had no idea what to do or where to turn. I was homeless and bouncing from couch to couch.  My family turned their […]

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Kyla’s #myfreedomstory

Every client that comes into PACN and confirms her pregnancy receives a special client bag.  This bag is a valuable tool in the hands of both the volunteer consultant and the client.  It is used as a conversational tool to help discuss a client’s pregnancy options and includes information on a variety of helpful topics, […]

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The health of Texas Women is at stake

Oral arguments for the landmark case Whole Women’s Health vs Hellerstedt will be heard before the United States Supreme Court on March 2nd.  This case could negate all or parts of Texas House Bill 2 (HB 2) which states that abortion facilities be equivalent to the minimum standards for surgery centers; that abortion doctors have local hospital admitting privileges to ensure […]

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