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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 2011

Sharpton Misinformed about Pregnancy Centers
October 27, 2011

Reverend Dean Nelson, Care Net Vice President of Underserved Outreach, challenged Rev. Al Sharpton to retract comments recently made during his MSNBC program “Politics Nation:”

Care Net Supports Austin LifeCare Suit
October 06, 2011

Care Net General Counsel Jeanneane Maxon today joined satisfied Austin LifeCare clients, along with Director Pam Cobern and counsel as Austin LifeCare filed suit in federal court against Austin City Code 10-9.

Right the Future Conference
October 06, 2011

“Right the Future,” the 2011 Care Net National Conference, brought together nearly 1,500 pregnancy center leaders and friends from across the United States.

Care Net Responds to Wisconsin Attack
July 29, 2011

Care Net President Melinda Delahoyde today responded to a demand by the Freedom From Religion Foundation that the State of Wisconsin remove referral information for Care Net pregnancy resource centers from the state’s website.

Urban Website Launch
July 28, 2011

Care Net today launched The new website is designed to be an online gathering place for life-affirming urban community organizers.

PRO-LIFE VICTORY: Court Order Reins In NYC Council
July 13, 2011

Care Net President Melinda Delahoyde today issued a statement responding to news that a preliminary injunction has been issued against a New York City ordinance intended to unconstitutionally dictate advertising and disclaimer practices to pregnancy resource centers in an effort to deter women seeking care from them:

NARAL Video Reveals National Strategy to Target Urban Pregnancy Centers
May 17, 2011

In a YouTube video posted May 10th, NARAL Pro-Choice New York has revealed a national strategy to specifically target pregnancy centers in urban areas for hostile legislation intended to shut down these centers and direct women to abortion providers.

Washington, D.C. Pastors Challenge Mayor's Abortion Advocacy
April 14, 2011

In response to Mayor Vincent Gray’s protest and arrest for the right to use taxpayer dollars on abortion, a coalition of Washington, D.C. pastors are challenging the Mayor to stand up for "the tiniest of constituents who truly cannot speak for themselves" – the unborn.

April 08, 2011

Care Net and Americans United for Life applauded the introduction Friday of a resolution in Missouri praising the work of pregnancy centers. More than 100 cosponsors have joined key sponsor Rep. Thomas Long of the Missouri House in introducing HR 1826, based on the AUL model language. The resolution thanks the non-profit pregnancy centers throughout the state for their tremendous service to women, children, and the community. Missouri is the 7th state this year to introduce such a resolution, which has been passed in four states – Arizona, Alabama, South Dakota, and West Virginia.

April 08, 2011

Care Net, a national network of 1,130 pregnancy centers, celebrated the defeat of an Oregon bill that was designed to direct pregnant women away from pregnancy centers and toward abortion providers. The bill, SB 769, was prompted by abortion advocacy groups that have launched a nationwide campaign against pregnancy centers that help women choose alternatives to abortion. The bill was defeated Wednesday when a Senate Committee passed over the bill after hearing strong testimony from pregnancy center directors, former clients, and other advocates.


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