Pathways Pregnancy Center looking to Save the Storks


Save the Storks mobile pregnancy center visited Life Services at Pathways, Altus, yesterday, as Executive Director, Liz Moon, staff, and Board of Directors, consider the expansion of services and outreach opportunites, such an investment could provide.

Michael Schweback, Save the Storks, Driver and Promoter, drove from St. Louis on his way to Texas, promoting the mission and possibilies of Save the Storks mobile pregnancy resource centers.

Inside the mobile pregnancy center, there is comfortable seating for counseling and room for a guest of the expectant mother to be apart of the ultrasound experience, etc. The unit is well air-conditioned with adequate lighting and privacy windows.

There is a restroom on the mobile unit for pregnancy testing, as well as STI testing should the center choose to offer that service as well. There are 3 flat screens that are equipped to feature the ultrasound images. “Everything is for the comfort of the expectant mother,” said Schwebach.

Also on the mobile pregnancy units are refrigerated drawers that can store refreshments for the expectant mothers as well as labs from STI testing, if the service is being offered (to be stored in a separate registerated compartment than the refreshments).

Save the Storks, is a non-profit ministry that partners with pregnancy resource centers around the United States to help them connect with abortion-vulnerable women in their community. The ministry affords the center the opportunity to share God’s love with the women, inspire them to choose life for their unborn babies and provide physical, emotional and spiritual support before and after birth.

Life Services at Pathways, Altus, invited Save the Stork to their pregnancy resource center. Life Services at Pathways, being a pro-life ministry, dedicated to providing, help and hope to women, men, and families, is interested in expanding their outreach and increasing their ability to serve their clients.

According to data provided by Save the Storks, 84 percent of post-abortive women say they felt that abortion was their only option. The ministry/organization says they are not waiting for the mothers to come to them, they are going to the mothers and they are helping them realize that abortion is not their only option. Their data goes further to say that three out of five women would visit a stork bus, choose life for their baby.

Currently in Dallas, Texas, Boston, Mass., New Jersey, Venice, Fla., Merced, Calif., Sacramento, Calif., Delaware, Silver Springs, Md., and Yadkinville, N.C., Save the Storks has been growing at an incredible rate since January 2014.

The mission of Save the Storks does not begin and end at the production and delivery of the mobile units, rather they form a true partnership with the pregnancy resource centers, assisting in the areas of funding, marketing, training and consulting.

“The purpose is to give the client a safe, comfortable, and non-judgemental environment, providing support and counseling, to make the most informed decision,” said Moon.

Reach Tinita at (580) 482-1221

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