WHITTIER – Radio personality Frank Sontag will bring 99.5 KKLA to Women’s Pregnancy Care Clinic (WPCC) Whittier at 4 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 19, 2014 for his show.
WPCC, a licensed community clinic, is entering 25 years of service to women who find themselves facing an unplanned pregnancy. Community leaders and WPCC supporters will reflect on the impact on the community at large and discuss potential impacts for an additional location in Pasadena.
WPCC seeks to erase the need for a woman to resort to abortion as her only option by providing resources and support that can turn her fear into confidence. Clients from years back will return on Dec. 19, to share their stories live on KKLA – The Frank Sontag Show. One woman will return after 19 years with her 19-year-old daughter who is now in nursing school.
“We are a pro-woman clinic, addressing the needs of women who find themselves facing an unplanned pregnancy. We provide a holistic approach so that she may make a healthy decision for herself as well as for her unborn child,” said Jeanette Kuiphof, WPCC president and CEO.
It is estimated that, in the geographical area WPCC serves, almost 8,000 abortions occur annually. Many women choosing abortion might have chosen to give life to their unborn child if they were only aware of the resources available to them.
Sontag’s segment will run for two hours on Dec. 19 at the clinic, 16147 Whittier Blvd. Community and church leaders are expected to attend this open house reception.
WPCC, as a nonprofit medically licensed clinic, assists women by offering the following services free of charge: pregnancy test verification, pregnancy confirmation by ultrasound, STD testing and options education. Long-term support for clients is offered through parenting programs as well as healing support for those struggling with a past abortion.
For more information call 562-777-4468.