Many times, workers have been a part of or witnessed illegal activity at their clinics. We have attorneys in all 50 states who are willing to help these workers bring these facts to light and offer them legal protection and representation. When appropriate, these lawyers also use the testimony of the workers to close down abortion facilities.
Workers coming out of the abortion industry sometimes have difficulty finding another job. We have professional résumé writers who help update their résumé and make them more marketable. We also have professional recruiters who will help them search for jobs in their area.
ATTWN provides an annual scholarship to two of our clients who have left the abortion industry, through a generous gift from the
family of Nancy Sandrock, a prolife midwife who bravely battled breast cancer and passed into eternity in September 2019. Her heart for ATTWN and our beneficiaries is expressed in her desire for our clients to pursue advanced degrees and certifications in the medical field. The scholarship is established as an endowment fund to which additional contributions can be made.
The emotional health of the workers who contact ATTWN is of the utmost importance to us. Each worker is assigned to a Client Manager who will walk them through this painful journey toward healing and finding
forgiveness. ATTWN uses a relationship-driven model of ministry. We listen, give advice, pray, and offer whatever emotional support the worker needs. We also have licensed therapists to help the clients on their path to healing.
Many workers who have left or are considering leaving the industry have already had a spiritual conversion. ATTWN connects them with healthy, vibrant churches in their areas and Christian pastors who can help them continue to grow spiritually.
ATTWN hosts several all-expenses-paid healing retreats a year. These retreats are a vital component of our program. Whether a worker has been out one month or many years, it is amazing to watch the transformation that occurs from the beginning to the end of the retreat.