Good news for conservatives who are tired of paying for abortions.
Half of the Planned Parenthood Abortion mills in New Mexico will be closed by the end of September.
Now, women can utilize and support health clinics that provide services for women without killing unborn babies.
Three of the six Planned Parenthood clinics in New Mexico are slated to close by the end of September.
The abortion vendor’s affiliates in Farmington, Rio Rancho, and Nob Hill in Albuquerque will close, reports local KOAT News.
“We are making some difficult decisions about the best way to stay in New Mexico into the future,” said Adrienne Mansanares, Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains chief experience officer. “Funding is one thing that we look at, but we also look at whether our patients will receive excellent care at another provider, or most importantly, come see us in any of our health centers throughout the state.”
According to the Charlotte Lozier Institute – which is affiliated with the Susan B. Anthony List – 165 federally qualified community and rural health centers with more comprehensive healthcare services than Planned Parenthood exist throughout the state.
Getyourcare.org, an interactive website that allows visitors to locate federally qualified healthcare centers in the entire country, shows that one such center – PMS-Totah Behavioral Health Authority at 1615 Ojo Court – exists in Farmington.
At least a dozen alternate healthcare centers are located in or within 25 miles of the Rio Rancho area, including Presbyterian Medical Services Family Health Center, located at 2300 Grande Blvd SE, in Rio Rancho, and PMS-Rio Rancho Family Health Center, at 184 Unser Blvd NE, in Rio Rancho.