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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 2009

Care Net Calls Baltimore Pregnancy Center Bill Nonsensical, Unwarranted, and Unconstitutional
December 07, 2009

Care Net President Melinda Delahoyde has called a Baltimore City bill targeting pregnancy centers “nonsensical,” “unwarranted,” and “unconstitutional.” The bill was signed into law on Friday by Mayor Sheila Dixon, who just days earlier was convicted of embezzling $600 worth of gift cards intended for the city’s poor.

Care Net Launches Inspire Life Campaign Aimed at Growing 'Compassion Wing' of Pro-Life Movement
October 20, 2009

This fall, Care Net, a national network of more than 1,170 pregnancy centers, has launched the "Inspire Life" campaign, a new, web-based effort to counter the changing political climate by energizing the pro-life movement and raising up more volunteers for local pregnancy centers.

coverCare Net Announces the Release of First-Ever, In-Depth Report on Pregnancy Center Movement
October 01, 2009

On Wednesday, September 30th, Family Research Council, along with Care Net and other national pregnancy resource groups, released a groundbreaking report, A Passion to Serve, A Vision for Life, which shares the tremendous contributions of pregnancy resource centers since the inception of the movement over forty years ago.

Pregnancy Centers Get Boost With New Partnerships at Care Net National Conference
September 08, 2009

Care Net will celebrate its 26th National Pregnancy Center Conference on Sept. 9-12, 2009 in Baltimore, MD, attracting 900 individuals from across North America for training, worship, inspiration, and encouragement. Despite a down economy and a changing political climate, the pregnancy center movement is alive and well, thanks to the support of individuals, foundations, and organizations providing new partnerships and resources to support its critical work.

coverDr. Alveda King and Care Net say: 'Kourtney Kardashian is playing our song!'
August 21, 2009

Dr. Alveda King, Care Net's Lorey Carter and other African American pro-life leaders comment on the decision of celebrity Kourtney Kardashian to carry her pregnancy to term. Leaders say abortion is not "health care" and that young women today to do not feel they have to abort in order to still be able to live out their dreams.

Care Net Commends Arkansas Pregnancy Centers for Receiving Honorable State 'Citation'
June 10, 2009

Care Net commends pregnancy centers in Arkansas on Wednesday for receiving an honorable state “citation” for their enduring service to women facing unplanned pregnancies. Care Net President Melinda Delahoyde said, “It’s not every day that those serving in our nation’s pregnancy centers get honored and thanked for their ministry to women and men in our communities, but today in Arkansas, they did!"

Care Net Condemns the Murder of Dr. George Tiller
June 01, 2009

Care Net President Melinda Delahoyde issues a statement condemning the murder of Kansas abortionist Dr. George Tiller.

Obama Budget Proposal Undermines His Goal of Reducing Abortion
May 13, 2009

Care Net President Melinda Delahoyde says President Obama’s budget proposal undermines effective ways to promote healthy sexuality among teens and to reduce abortion.

FDA's Morning-After Pill Decision is Bad Public Health Policy
April 27, 2009

The Food and Drug Administration’s decision to allow the morning-after pill to be sold over-the-counter to teens as young as 17 could have devastating effects on women’s health and cause an increase in STD rates, according to Care Net, a network of 1,160 pregnancy centers across North America.

Obama Decision on Embryo Research Unethical and Bad Medicine
March 09, 2009

Care Net President Melinda Delahoyde responds to President Obama’s decision to overturn current policy limiting federal funding of embryonic stem cell research.


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