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The venerable “Commitment of Care” recently received a make-over. Originating in the early 90’s, the “Commitment of Care” was formally adopted by major U.S. pregnancy help affiliation organizations in January 2001. Focusing primarily on positive client care, these ethical codes of practice dispelled the abortion activists’ false accusations and formed the basis for strong client services approval ratings.
Robust growth of pregnancy help efforts in specific – and non-profit entities in general – has brought additional scrutiny of these organizations. In response, the National Leadership Alliance for the pregnancy help movement added new basic standards for organizational competency. Integrating these ethical codes of practice into the existing client-care elements produced the new document now known as the “Commitment of Care and Competence.”
Introduced at the 2009 Heartbeat International Annual Conference in Richmond, this new commitment is the new standard for affiliation.
Final language as approved by the National Leadership Alliance of Pregnancy Care Services – 03/17/09