California Nurses for Ethical Standards
California Nurses for Ethical Standards (CNES) is a member organization of professional nurses who respect life and is committed to Educating, Protecting Lives, and Caring with Compassion. CNES promotes respect for the dignity and value of all human life including that of the preborn, newborn, physically and mentally disabled, aged and dying.
CNES promotes ethical standards of health care provided by nurses and other health care workers in health care facilities, in our communities, in our schools and in service to families through education, research, and training; and such other purposes as are consistent with the foregoing.
Catholic Medical Association
The Catholic Medical Association helps physicians grow in the spirit of Christ in their personal and professional lives, so they can bring His Spirit to the science and art of medicine.
Euthanasia Prevention Coalition
The Euthanasia Prevention Coalition was established to prepare a well-informed, broadly based, network of groups and individuals who support measures that will create an effective social barrier to euthanasia and assisted suicide. Purpose: To preserve and enforce legal prohibitions and ethical guidelines prohibiting “mercy killing.” To increase public awareness of hospice/palliative care. To promote improvement in the quality and availability of hospice/palliative care, and effective methods of controlling pain and suffering.
Georgia Right to Life
Georgia Right to Life sees education as its primary activity. Without an informed public there is no shift in public opinion. Public opinion drives public policy, which in turn fuels political action. Success at the polls produces prolife legislation. The goal is full legal protection for all innocent human life from creation to natural death.
The Guiding Star Project
The Guiding Star Project is the next stage of the pro-woman & pro-life movement. Our goal is to create holistic, comprehensive centers nationwide that provide support for natural means of family planning, pregnancy support for planned and unplanned pregnancies, fertility care, childbirth, breastfeeding, and family life.
Homes of Life Across America
Our mission is to give hope where there is no hope by bringing the love and mercy of Jesus to those who battle for their right to life at its end. Our vision is for others to learn about and discern a role in establishing homes for the sick and terminally ill where the sanctity of every human life is respected and protected, whether it be in their own home or a personal care facility like Loreto on the Plains.
Hospice Patients Alliance
promotes excellence in end-of-life services whether a patient is enrolled in a licensed hospice or not, whether residing at home or in a facility. HPA affirms the sanctity of human life and protects the rights of patients, their families and caregivers, the bereaved and staff by providing information about the standards of care governing the health care provided, the services required to be provided by law, standard industry practices and how to obtain the very best end-of-life care available.
Human Life Alliance
Human Life Alliance is a pro-life organization dedicated to protecting human life from the moment of conception until natural death. HLA seeks to educate all people on life issues by … opposing euthanasia in all its forms, both active and passive, and fighting for the protection of all human life including the terminally ill, elderly, disabled and medically vulnerable. HLA has an excellent pamphlet available online entitled “Imposed Death.” Pro-life Healthcare Alliance is a program of Human Life Alliance. The
Illinois Right to Life
The primary mission of Illinois Right to Life is education on a wide variety of life issues. In defense of the right to life from fertilization until natural death, Illinois Right to Life provides information on the ethical considerations involved in abortion, in vitro fertilization, human cloning, embryonic stem cell research, genetic engineering, population control, end-of-life issues, euthanasia, assisted suicide, organ transplants, and other “quality of life” proposals.
Loreto on the Plains Personal Care Home
Our mission is an outreach of the Holy Family Ministry Center to those who are sick and terminally ill. Loreto is to be a model personal care home and an inspiration which will encourage the laity to become involved in the fight against euthanasia by helping to care for those who are so vulnerable. The labors in this ministry to the sick and terminally ill will take place in three ways: in educating the laity with the truth about end of life issues, in caring spiritually for the dying and in providing medical and physical care until they die.
Louisiana Right to Life Federation
Louisiana Right to Life Federation (LARTL) works through education and legislation to restore the right to life in Louisiana by opposing abortion, euthanasia, and other life destroying actions. Along with its local chapters, LARTL strives to educate all people in the truth about abortion and other life issues. We encourage the work of pregnancy care centers that offer real alternatives to abortion. LARTL promotes pro-life legislation at the State and Federal level and informs Louisianans on how their representatives stand for life.
Loving Family Care (LFC) is committed to providing the highest level of care while fostering dignity and respect. LFC strives to provide excellent, affordable home care services with the highest moral and professional standards. Located in Oak Park Illinois, LFC is a family-owned and operated, non-medical, private duty home care agency.
National Association of Pro-Life Nurses
National Association of Pro-Life Nurses seeks to establish and protect ethical values of the nursing profession in the following ways: 1) defends nursing and para-medical personnel from discrimination and/or job loss for refusal to participate in practices which violate these values; 2) demonstrates concern for those facing difficult choices involving life-taking decisions by education and promotion of positive alternative choices; 3) seeks to develop life-affirming attitudes in the nursing profession by promotion of these ethical values to those we interact with in the workplace; 4) involves the organization’s members in the legislative process to promote life-affirming legislation; 5) recognizes the value of and supports research beneficial to humanity when it is done with consideration for the dignity of the person involved and with their full and informed consent; 6) rejects research involving people unable or unwilling to give their full, informed consent; and research which involves experimentation with dangerous procedures or drugs which impair or endanger the health and well-being of the person or their offspring.
Prenatal Partners for Life
Prenatal Partners for Life works to support, inform and encourage expectant or new parents. They offer support by connecting parents facing an adverse diagnosis with other parents who have had the same diagnosis. We have many resources such as adoption agencies with clients waiting to adopt and love a special needs child should a parent feel they could not care for them. PPL believes that each child is a special gift from God.
Pro-Life Wisconsin Education Task Force
Pro-Life Wisconsin Education Task Force proclaims the Gospel of Life through adult and student outreach and education. They transform the culture through their speakers bureau, pamphlets, website, workshops and their radio, TV, print ,billboard and electronic media campaigns. This ministry puts education into action with prayer , counseling, crisis pregnancy support, vigils, NFP and chastity promotion ,grassroots advocacy and medical decisions instruction and documents. With affiliates throughout the state, Pro-Life Wisconsin staff , board and volunteers assist and collaborate with churches ,schools,organizations and individuals across Wisconsin.
Scholl Institute of Bioethics
The Institute delineates principles to assist in making choices about life and death, with particular concern for the protection of weak and defenseless persons who cannot speak for themselves. As a research center, the Institute provides in-depth analysis of current bioethical questions. It prepares articles for both scholarly and popular publications. In addition, it offers a speaker’s bureau, provides educational materials, gives workshops and seminars.
The Simplicity Project
The Simplicity Project is in the process of establishing a support network of healthcare providers and organizations who subscribe to the pro-life healthcare philosophy across the life span. We seek to work together to courageously oppose imposed death, help vulnerable patients and their families, and renew reverence for life within healthcare and society. If one life can be saved or at least death not hastened, then The Simplicity Project will have fulfilled its mission.
Texas Right to Life
Texas Right to Life seeks to articulate and protect the Right to Life of defenseless human beings, born and unborn, through legal, peaceful, and prayerful means. This commitment is derived from a belief that each human being, from the moment of fertilization until natural death, has an immeasurable dignity and inalienable Right to Life. We protect and defend the rights of the unborn (including the nascent humans manufactured in laboratories), the disabled, the sick, the elderly, and the unloved in a world where the lack of respect for innocent human life has escalated to the point where we are all at risk.
Texas Right to Life is the oldest, largest, and only statewide organization focusing on the defense and protection of innocent human life. We seek due process of law and equal protection of the law for all human beings from the moment of fertilization (including those whose lives have been manufactured via science in laboratories) until natural death and without regard to their age or physical and mental competence. Texas Right to Life’s purpose is the furtherance and implementation of our view of human life through legal, peaceful, and prayerful means.