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Charlotte Lozier Institute

Phone: 202-223-8073
Fax: 571-312-0544

2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
#803
Arlington, VA 22206

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Study: Abortion in First Pregnancy Linked to Much Higher Use of Mental Health Services

Women whose first pregnancy ends in abortion have much larger increases in mental health treatment compared to those who had a live birth, according to a recent peer-reviewed study of Medicaid claims data from a team of Charlotte Lozier Institute experts. Moreover, these women were less likely to have a prior history of mental health service utilization, suggesting that the abortion contributes to the difference.

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A Cohort Study of Mental Health Services Utilization Following a First Pregnancy Abortion or Birth

A first pregnancy abortion, compared to a birth, is associated with significantly higher subsequent mental health services utilization following the first pregnancy outcome. The risk attributable to abortion is notably higher for inpatient than outpatient mental health services.

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Study: Many Women Who Had Abortions Felt Pressured by Others

Abortion pressure and coercion constitute one of the most widespread hidden epidemics in America, and one of the least covered by the media. Our latest research shows that these insidious influences are tragically far more common than most people realize.

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Whose Choice? Pressure to Abort Linked to Worsening of Subsequent Mental Health

Over 60 percent of women who had abortions report high levels of pressure to abort from one or more sources, and those same women report higher levels of subsequent mental health and quality of life issues, according to a new Lozier Institute peer-reviewed study published in the Cureus medical journal.

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Effects of Pressure to Abort on Women’s Emotional Responses and Mental Health

Women who feel pressured to agree to abortion are more likely to experience negative emotional and mental health reactions. Our study aims to investigate five types of pressure women may face and a sample of effects that may be associated with unwanted abortions.

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New Resource Intends to Reach Hurting Hispanic Men, Women and Families

Grieving from abortion is an issue that Hispanic men and women living in the U.S. face and will grapple with for generations to come. Cambiado is a needed resource to provide assistance and lead towards healing.

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