Proceeds from the Values Life Specialty Plate benefit Women's Resource Medical Centers of Southern Nevada.
Established as a faith-based, charitable 501 (c )3 organization in 1984 and opening to receive clients in 1985, the Women’s Resource Medical Centers of Southern Nevada is currently celebrating three decades of service! The mission is to help save the lives of unborn children by sharing the love of Jesus Christ through spiritual, physical, emotional and educational support to our clients.
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I came to the Women’s Resource Medical Centers of Southern Nevada in late February of 2016. Finding out that I was 10 weeks pregnant was the biggest surprise of my life. The baby’s father immediately wanted an abortion. I was so stuck in between keeping him and not keeping him. I only had 4 weeks to make up my mind because his dad only gave me $500 to get an abortion. Coming here and talking to someone about not giving up on my child was the best thing I have ever done. I made up my mind; I was going to keep him. Soon after, I found out I was having exactly what I hoped for: a boy!
Chace Legend Kaye attended church for the first time when he was 2 days old and was dedicated at 1 month old. I just want to thank God for my biggest blessing!
Last year, my boyfriend and I found out I was pregnant. Scared and confused we decided to keep this a secret. We both said getting an abortion would be the best decision. So I went online and looked up places, well I came across the website for Women’s Resource Medical Centers of Southern Nevada and thought this place can give us some advice on abortion. When we showed up, it was not what we expected. Everyone was very nice and helpful and gave us a lot of insight on getting an abortion. Based on what we learned from WRMCSN, we took more time to reconsider our decision. The WRMCSN also gave us the feeling of a great support system and we wouldn’t be in this alone. The services were great and I would highly recommend this place. Two weeks later we agree to keep the baby and now we have our Jaden.
When I first came to the Women’s Resource Centers of Southern Nevada, I honestly thought I was looking for someone to point me in the direction of the nearest and cheapest abortion clinic. I actually came right after visiting Planned Parenthood, I didn’t have $25 to pay for their pregnancy test. It felt nice during my first visit to talk to someone about my concerns and to feel like someone was listening to me in a way that even my family wasn’t.
My counselor and the rest of the women, after I got the results back, started treating me like a hero almost; that by having a child I was doing some great thing. That definitely started brightening my outlook. The biggest change in my decision to have an abortion or not came after my initial meeting when my counselor reached out and called to check up on me and set up an ultrasound. If it weren’t for that phone call, my child wouldn’t be here today. If not for that extra time, love, and support, and the ability to see my baby, I would have thrown it away. So I am grateful to the Women’s Resource Medical Center for all the help my family and I have received!
I visited the Women’s Resource Medical Centers 16 years ago with my first pregnancy. I myself was 16 years old and considering an abortion because I felt I was too young to be a mother, too young for all the responsibility and financially unable to provide for a child as I was not able to even care for myself.
I could not bear the thought of carrying a child for nine and a half months and giving it up for adoption; that option was not conceivable. Thank God, my mom and I were able to meet with a counselor at the Center and she helped me to see the joys of motherhood and recognize that I had support. The Women’s Resource Centers was here to help with clothing, diapers, furniture, and sometimes just a friendly face to relate. My daughter is now 16 years old; she is healthy, smart, and has the biggest heart. I am so grateful every day that she is here. Thank you for being there for our family!
When I first came to the Women’s Resource Center it was for a pregnancy test. I had already taken a pregnancy test at home that was positive but I was in so much shock and in denial that I had to get better results. When I found out the pregnancy test was free, it was such a relief and a big help because I was so lost and I didn’t know where else to go or what to do. My results at the Center were positive as well. I started to cry because I was so scared and this really nice woman took my boyfriend and I into a room and asked me how I was feeling. I told her I wanted to have an abortion. She read pieces of the Bible and told my boyfriend and I such beautiful stories and amazing advice that had my boyfriend and I both in tears. She touched my heart and I completely changed my mind in that moment. I wanted to be a mom!
The WRMCSN also gave me a free ultrasound where I saw my baby for the very first time. It was the most amazing feeling ever! My mom and boyfriend were in tears and I knew, in that moment, I had made the best decision of my life. I am now close to my due date and I just can’t wait to meet my baby boy. I am forever grateful to the @WRMCSN; this pregnancy was the most amazing experience of my life!
I came to the Women’s Resource Medical Centers when I found out I was pregnant. I was definitely beyond scared with a million thoughts running through my mind. My counselor at the Center gave me the confidence to have my baby. Once I told my boyfriend and family I was shocked and disappointed by their reaction especially since my mother had had a baby at a young age. The pressure from all of them, including my Grandmother who offered me money to have an abortion was so intense that at this point I had determined to do it alone. After a few months past they all realized that my mind would not be changed and all came around. I had a baby girl and she is loved and adored by all.
I came into the WRMCSN set on abortion, if I was pregnant. When I walked into the room with my counselor she asked my name, a little bit about me, and my background. She really made me feel welcome. She left to get the results of my test and when she came back she said it was positive and I was at least 17 weeks pregnant; I burst into tears. I thought “no way could I make it through college!” My grandmother was so hurt. I just felt my life was over. The counselor gave me a chart which showed the stages of pregnancy and where I was. It showed a full baby developing skin and their lungs, and I just thought to myself “it’s a life, but I’m not ready.” Not long after, I went to seek an abortion and I just couldn’t stay in there and asked to leave. I talked to my grandma and family and they told me how proud of me they were and how well I was doing for myself. They couldn’t wait for the baby! I’m now in my second year of college at UNLV and received more than enough funds to pay for it. I was just so reassured by my family that everything was going to be fine. I felt my baby girl move in my stomach and all I could do was cry and think about the things my counselor told me. I had my baby and she brings me and everyone else nothing but joy.
I was referred to come into the Women’s Resource Center early to discover that I was pregnant with my baby girl. A good friend, confidant, and angel guided me here when I was lost, confused and broken in all aspects of my life. I was alone and without any support from my family or the father of my child. Somehow I met with a nurse at the WRMCSN who showed me the baby through ultrasound for the first time and also gave me light and hope with this new experience of a child growing within me. I’m so thankful for the caring nurse who prayed with me and opened my eyes to the second chance I had in front of me. Today I’m a new person, as well as a new mother with hope, and aspirations and goals for our future. Thank you so much!
When I came to the Women’s Resource Medical Centers, I was so confused, sad, and lost. I was pregnant and I had no support from my baby’s father. I didn’t know what to do; I already had a one-year-old daughter but no job. I was so afraid of what I was going to go through. I was blessed by coming to the center. The staff was supportive and helped me realize my baby was a gift. I decided to keep her! My beautiful daughter is now 7 years old and I thank God for helping realize I was about to make a choice I would’ve regretted the rest of my life. I’m very thankful for the Women’s Resource Medical Centers for their support and counsel.
I first came to the Women’s Resource Medical Centers after doing an at home pregnancy test. I was devastated at that time with no one to confide in about my pregnancy or to talk to for answers. I found the Center while searching online and made an appointment. After confirmation of the pregnancy, I was scheduled for an ultrasound. At that time, my whole life had been completely turned upside down with this situation. I came here, and they listened to all my fears and doubts and thoughts and in those horrible moments, gave me comfort and somewhat the glimmer of a possible positive thing or way. To be honest, I had two options, but either option was anything I had wanted to do. After the ultrasound and my first look at my baby moving around inside me, my heart opened a lot, and I smiled for the first time about my situation. Without that, I don’t think that my decision would have been the one that I chose and thinking about that possibility makes me so sad. I was given advice and positive encouragement to go forward with keeping my baby girl. They have called me every month to check on me which makes me feel that comfort I need in this trying time. I am blessed to have the support of the WRMCSN as being a single mother-to-be and my family living in another country (Canada). I really appreciate and cherish the support!