Alternatives for Life-Affirming Advance Directives


Protective Medical Decisions Document (Life-affirming Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care from Patients Rights Council)

Protective Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care

Protective Power of Attorney for Health Care (Life-affirming Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care from Pro-Life Wisconsin for use by Wisconsin residents)

Loving Will (from American Life League)  (Life-affirming Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care)

NRLC “Will to Live” Health Care Proxy  (Life-affirming Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care)

Background on Advance Directives


Brochures & Action Points on End-of-Life Care

Did You Miss conferences such as the First National Symposium on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide? 
If so, you can order recordings from some conferences, and here are some other great opportunities to get informed.


1. Request a copy of our publications

Contact our office at 651-484-1040 or go online to request a copy of our publication Informed regarding end-of-life care and critical medical decision making.


Request a copy of our publication Imposed Death to learn about society’s progress down the “slippery slope” of assisted suicide and euthanasia in the United States and across the globe.


2. Join the Pro-Life Healthcare Alliance


The Pro-Life Healthcare Alliance is a program of Human Life Alliance focused on promoting the pro-life healthcare philosophy, encouraging the growth, availability, and provision of pro-life healthcare services for all and educating and advocating for the culture of life. To join PHA, fill out and send this form to Human Life Alliance.


3. Request copies of our latest fact sheet on “Brain Death” 


Did you know that “brain death” was defined in the year 1968 by a Harvard committee in order to redefine an irreversible coma as a new criterion for death? Did you know that patients diagnosed “brain dead” have recovered? Contact Human Life Alliance at 651-484-1040 to get this simple, but informative fact sheet that sheds light on the common misconceptions surrounding “brain death.”

4. Request organ donor refusal cards for yourself and your loved ones

Organ Donor Refusal Cards are a small, wallet size card expressing your refusal to donate organs for transplantation.  Call 651-484-1040.


Informed: A guide for critical medical decisions
(for better character clarity use Zoom — Printable Version)

Imposed Death: Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide
(for better character clarity use Zoom)

Organ Donation Factsheet: “Protect Yourself”

Brain Death Factsheet: “Is it true death?”

10 Quick Reasons for Opposing the Legalization of Assisted Suicide

Euthanasia: An Introduction (from American Life League’s Culture of Life Studies Program)