I know what it feels like to be pregnant, alone and scared. I hadn’t finished college and I didn’t have a job or a car. My Mom said my only choice was to have an abortion and move on or I’d have to move out. I remember watching the 700 club years before as a young teenager and seeing what aborted babies looked like. I didn’t want to do that but I felt I had no choice. The day my abortion was scheduled I prayed one more time for an answer. The Dr. examined me and said I had to have an ultrasound to see how far along I was and I’d have to reschedule. I felt my prayers were answered. I just needed someone to support my parenting decision. Later that day my Dad said he would support me. Several months later I had my baby daughter. I feel God uses all things for His glory. When my church held a baby bottle campaign I decided to become a volunteer. That volunteer position turned into a job for me. My name is Jodi Longo and I have worked at WCN for six years as the Monroeville Director, Nurse and Sonographer.

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