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Unexpectedly Pregnant? We’ve Got You Covered.

At The Pregnancy Network, our free services have empowered women across the Triad since 1985. We’ve made it our mission to come alongside women and see them go from undecided to empowered in their unplanned pregnancies. Our registered nurses, trained Peer Advocates, and wonderful staff join with generous partners to make compassionate, confidential care possible.

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S1E6: Building Healthy Financial Habits

Christie Smith is the Interim President and CEO of Acclaim Federal Credit Union and faithful volunteer and Peer Advocate at The Pregnancy Network. This month, she joined host Chloe Boyle on Pregnancy Has Entered the Chat to discuss Building Healthy Financial Habits. Discover how to shift your mindset, create an accurate budget, access practical resources

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5 maneras de cuidar de una amiga que ha perdido a su bebé

Esas dos líneas rosadas fueron una memoria distante. El mismo día que me dijeron que estaba embarazada, fue el mismo día de mi pérdida. No sabía que estaba embarazada hasta que tuve el aborto espontáneo. Yo pensé que después del primer trimestre todo estaría bien, pero tuve la pérdida a las 20 semanas. Este es

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5 Ways to Care for a Friend Experiencing Pregnancy Loss

Those two pink lines were just a distant memory. I found out I was expecting the same day I lost her. I didn’t know I was pregnant before I started miscarrying. I thought after the first trimester everything would be okay, but we lost him at 20 weeks. Pain you wouldn’t wish on anyone –

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S1E5: A Conversation with Doula and Lactation Consultant Grace Johnson

Grace Johnson is a doula, lactation consultant, and faithful volunteer at The Pregnancy Network. Her empowering first birth experience inspired her to equip women to “have the birth they want”. She received free services and information that eased her struggle with breastfeeding. She wanted to share that same support with other women, and now serves

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Cuidado Compasivo: Convirtiéndose en alguien visto y amado

12 años. Esto es lo que ella ha esperado. Sus recursos financieros se habían agotado. Ningún doctor la había podido ayudar. Pero ella todavía tenía una cosa: esperanza. Trayendo esperanza En su tiempo, había rumores de un hombre que podía curar enfermedades y lesiones.  Nosotros sabemos esto porque cuando esta mujer iba en su camino

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Compassionate Care: Becoming Seen and Loved

12 years. That’s how long she’d been waiting. Her financial resources were exhausted. None of the physicians she had been to could help her. But there was one thing she still had: hope. Bringing Hope In her time, rumors were spreading of a man who could heal sickness and injury. We know this because when

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