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Care Net’s experts are available for interviews and are knowledgeable about a wide variety of issues.  They can comment on topics such as abortion alternatives, unplanned and teen pregnancies, healing from a past abortion, sexually transmitted diseases, abstinence education, urban community issues, and related policy issues. 

Our experts include, but are not limited to:

• Roland Warren, President and CEO
Dr. Sandy Christiansen, Board Certified Obstetrician-Gynecologist and Care Net's National Medical Consultant
Linda Cochrane, R.N., After Abortion Specialist

To speak with a Care Net expert or make a media inquiry:

  • Complete an interview request
  • For high-res photos or general media inquiries contact Eve Gleason: 703-554-8755, (email preferred)
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Press releases issued in 2008

Care Net Applauds New Conscience Protections for Health Care Providers
December 18, 2008

Care Net President Melinda Delahoyde praised the Department of Health and Human Services for issuing regulations that strengthen existing laws and provide protection to pro-life physicians and other healthcare professionals who conscientiously object to perform or refer for abortion.

coverCare Net Celebrates New Urban Center in Philly
November 20, 2008

“THERE’S ALWAYS HOPE”… Those are the words inscribed above the door leading to the counseling rooms at the newly opened Hope Center, a pregnancy center in downtown Philadelphia.

The 'Pro-Life Good News Story of the Week': The Hope of Pregnancy Centers Advances
November 05, 2008

In the wake of the 2008 election results, Care Net President Melinda Delahoyde reported good news among our nation’s pregnancy centers.

coverCare Net Celebrates 25th National Pregnancy Center Conference in Atlanta
October 09, 2008

In the heart of downtown Atlanta, Georgia, Care Net celebrated its 25th National Pregnancy Center Conference on Oct. 1-4, 2008. The event attracted more than 1,400 pregnancy center staff, volunteers, and friends and featured more than 125 workshops, a host of powerful speakers, worship, and fellowship opportunities.

Care Net President Commends Palin Family's Support of Daughter
September 02, 2008

Every day, a parent learns the shocking news of a child’s unplanned pregnancy. Some, while disappointed, respond with unconditional love and offer their support and care. Others, for numerous reasons, often pressured by what others may think, encourage their child to choose abortion.

APA Report Disregards Evidence on Abortion Risks
August 14, 2008

Care Net President Melinda Delahoyde responded Wednesday to a draft report released by the American Psychological Association that claims there is no risk of mental health problems after one abortion. Delahoyde said the report will have “devastating consequences on women if health professionals follow the APA and withhold potentially lifesaving information about the risks of abortion.”

Care Net Names Lawrence Breeden Chief Operating Officer
July 30, 2008

Care Net, an organization that supports a network of more than 1,100 pregnancy centers in North America, announced Wednesday the appointment of Lawrence A. Breeden as Chief Operating Officer.

July 01, 2008

Care Net President Melinda Delahoyde applauded the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit decision Friday in Planned Parenthood v. Rounds. The Court vacated a temporary injunction which had been issued by the lower court in regards to a 2005 South Dakota informed consent law on abortion. In the interest of women’s health, two of Care Net’s South Dakota pregnancy center affiliates joined the case.

Melinda Delahoyde Appointed President of Care Net
May 19, 2008

After an extensive nationwide search yielding many qualified candidates, the Care Net Board of Directors has announced that Melinda Delahoyde, a lifelong servant of the organization, has been appointed to be the next president of Care Net.

Pregnancy Centers Defeat Hostile Legislation in Maryland
April 09, 2008

Care Net President Melinda Delahoyde applauded the defeat of legislation in Maryland that sought to disparage the work of pregnancy centers and deter women from going to pregnancy centers for help. “We are glad to see that legislators in Maryland truly understand the good work of pregnancy centers and the tremendous service they provide to communities throughout the state,” said Delahoyde. “What was perhaps intended to hurt our work actually turned out to be a great educational opportunity for legislators.”


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