Trick or Treat
Trick or Treat

Dear friends of Care Net of Puget Sound, Trick-or-treating may be fairly benign in practice nowadays; if we fail to give kids candy when they knock on our doors, we generally don’t have to worry about being egged or having our doorbells rung...

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The Story of Ollie

Q: Who is “Ollie,” and why is Care Net of Puget Sound’s new Mobile Medical Unit named after him? A: Ollie is the grandson of Care Net’s Development Director, Ben Edwards. Ollie’s life is a miracle and an inspiration...

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The God Who Sees
The God Who Sees

“Thereafter, Hagar used another name to refer to the Lord, who had spoken to her. She said, ‘You are the God who sees me.’” Genesis 16:13a The lives and experiences of the expectant mothers that make their way into Care...

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Client Story: Yulia

Yulia came to us in tears last December, her anxiety palpable as she spoke. She thought she might be pregnant. But unlike many of our clients, it wasn’t the prospect of being pregnant that terrified her; it was the prospect of allowing...

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We Need to Talk

Gone are the days of traditional lesson plans about the birds and the bees. Those are old hat, having been largely eclipsed by more progressive curriculum about rainbows and gender unicorns. Where 5-year-olds once went to school to learn...

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The Father Factor

An abortion-minded client and her boyfriend recently visited one of our centers for her ultrasound appointment. With virtually zero family support and her relationship with the baby’s father on the rocks, the prospect of motherhood completely...

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