CompassCare Christmas Wish List

Marketing Spend per Woman

$49

 


Women facing unplanned pregnancy make an abortion decision within 24 hours of their first home pregnancy test. It is critical that she can find CompassCare when she is desperately searching for answers. CompassCare’s marketing team is working hard to do just that. With an aggressive online advertising campaign, and a new website and logo design in the works, CompassCare is actively reaching even more women. Consider underwriting the cost to reach one woman at-risk for abortion for $49.

 

STD Testing and Treatment

$68

 

 

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) 1 in 4 women between the ages of 14-18 will contract at least one Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) and 50% of those will have two or more. One of CompassCare’s primary strategies for erasing the need for abortion is to reach women before they face an unplanned pregnancy. Research shows that women experience an STD 2-4 years before an unplanned pregnancy. Consider underwriting the cost of essential STD testing and treatment for $68 per patient.

 

Transform Fear into Confidence

$350


Not a sane woman alive wants to have an abortion. She feels stuck, trapped, like she needs to have an abortion. Women at risk for abortion are driven by the fear of the unknown. CompassCare exists to erase the need for abortion by transforming women’s fear into confidence. CompassCare provides comprehensive, ethical, and compassionate medical services, giving her the support and security she needs to make a truly informed decision; a decision driven by confidence not fear. $350 provides transformational services for 1 woman, from initial appointment through 12 months of follow-up.

 

Abortion Pill Reversal

$680

 

 

CompassCare recently added an innovative patient services platform called Abortion Pill Reversal. If a woman takes the first pill of a medical abortion and changes her mind CompassCare can help her reverse the effects. The average cost for a medical abortion is $600; it costs just a little more than that, $680, to save her baby.

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