Wow! The Trump administration is putting their money where their mouth is. Not only is our president pro-life, but he demonstrates it by way of the bills he passes and fights for, as well as where we see their donations going to.
Our current administration has decided to donate $5.1 million to a pro-life women's clinic in California. Under previous administrations, such as Obama, this chunk of money would have likely gone to fund Planned Parenthood. Sadly, that means it would have funded the murder of thousands of babies.
The Obria Group Inc. CEO and founder Kathleen Eaton Bravo is praising Trump and thanking him for the grant. She said, “With this grant, the administration has opened up a new avenue of health care choices for low-income and underserved women and their families in California."
Obria currently runs 21 health clinics as well as 11 clinics that are mobile, and the best part, they help women without performing abortions. That's what I call real healthcare. Clinics that HELP, not murder.
“Many women want the opportunity to visit a professional, comprehensive health care facility—not an abortion clinic—for their health care needs; today, HHS gave women that choice,” Bravo added.
The Department of Health and Human Services announced Friday that Obria Group will receive three years of Title X family planning funding to expand services to low-income individuals and families in four California counties.
Obria Group will oversee the work of seven clinic partners, including three of its own California affiliates, according to a release from CRC Public Relations.
“Our goal is to basically say we’re going to build a model of comprehensive, holistic medical clinics so that a woman [facing an unplanned pregnancy] never has to darken the door of a Planned Parenthood again,” she continued.
“We are her health care provider,” Bravo said, “It is a brand that has been desperately needed for 45 years, to unite the [pro-life] movement under this medical model.”
Obria Medical Clinics, which is fully licensed, provides professional medical consultations, including pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases, pre-abortion screenings, abortion education, abortion pill reversal, prenatal care, health education, and referrals, according to Obria’s Facebook page.
With this new grant, Bravo said that she plans to expand, as well as work on “branding, getting our name out there so we can bring more clinics,” and expanding medical services.