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We will facilitate cooperation between many providers to better serve women and families in one convenient, professional, welcoming location.

Though each location provides unique services, we specialize across the board in providing wholistic healthcare for women with Pregnancy & Childbirth Services, Family Life Services, Natural Fertility & Family Planning Services, and Breastfeeding & Postpartum Services.

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How Will You Change the World?

My daughter just turned five and even at such a young age, she is constantly getting asked what she wants to be when she grows up. She gives typical, adorable child responses like, a firefighting ballerina, or a nurse to help daddy at the hospital!

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Remembering Mom

In the summer of 2018, I lost my mother in law to health complications after a lengthy battle with cancer. My husband’s mom was just 40 years old when she received a diagnosis of stage four breast cancer in 2000. Hardship and suffering were not

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The Twisted Narrative: Does Pro-Woman Mean Anti-Man?

In 1969, a group of women in New York City rallied together to see how they could change the world as leaders of the feminist movement. Here is a their litany from this meeting: “Why are we here today? the chairwoman asked. “To make revolution,”

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New Feminism and The Guiding Star Project

“We are forever grateful for the education and empowerment we felt as we learned what our fertility truly meant. Every time we hold our almost one year old, we thank God for guiding us to the pieces that now make up Guiding Star Cedar Valley.”
-Danielle M.

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