The Eden Clinic strives to educate and inform the community about the issues of Crisis Pregnancy, Abortion, Pregnancy Wellness, and Women’s Healthcare. Part of that effort is supplying you with the Resources you need and want to know the facts about the issues we see young women facing every day.
Sanctity of Human Life
Sanctity of Human Life Sunday is observed each year on the third Sunday of January or the Sunday closest to January 22, the anniversary of Roe v. Wade. It is a day that we observe with believers across the United States has set aside to remember those babies we’ve lost to the atrocities of abortion. January 2021, will mark the 48th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision. This Day of Remembrance has come and gone over the years. In 1984, President Ronald Reagan made the designation for Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, which his successor, President George H.W. Bush, continued throughout his presidency. Bush’s successor, President Bill Clinton, discontinued the practice, but Bush’s son and Clinton’s successor, President George W. Bush, resumed the proclamation when he
took office. The proclamation was again discontinued in 2010 under President Barack Obama, to be reinstated by President Donald Trump, who recognized the
day at the onset of his presidency. The pro–life community continues to set this day aside each year since it’s inception in 1984 to pray for an end to abortion. Many people are unaware of the true impact abortion has had on our nation and our community. If we honored each baby aborted since 1973 with a moment of silence, we would be silent for more than 100 years.
Baby Bottle Project
Hosting a Baby Bottle Project is one of the most important and poignant ways a church can introduce their congregation to the issue of Crisis Pregnancy and Abortion, while helping support a Christian ministry that addresses those issues daily and by the thousands annually.
The Baby Bottle Project is open throughout the year so churches can schedule their Project when it fits best into their calendar. One of the best times of the year is in January when celebrating the Sanctity of Human Life.
Statistics and Other Facts
Since 2012, The Eden Clinic has served the medical needs of almost 10,000 women in various ways. Some of our young women were Abortion-minded when they initially walked through our doors. Most were seeking pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, and since 2018, women’s healthcare at rate they can afford. But many were ultimately seeking acceptance and a loving heart to help them through a time of crisis.
Local Social Service Resources
Helping our patients goes far beyond the examination and ultrasound rooms. Many of our patients need other services that we can’t provide, but we are able to connect them with services within our service communities.