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STATEMENT ABOUT DEAN’S DEATH On February 4, 2021 we all lost a very dear friend and volunteer. Dean was helping to remove storm-damaged tree branches on the property adjoining New Beginnings Pregnancy and Parenting Center.  He wanted to protect anyone who parked or walked in that location, especially our clients and their children. While doing […]

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Marijuana-induced Brain Deficits, Medical Conditions, Psychotic Episodes, Suicides, and Violence: a Survey of Medical and Scientific Studies and Cases

Anita Christy, Executive DirectorNew Beginnings Pregnancy and Parenting Center, Payson, Arizona “Do Not Confuse Legal With Safe.” American College of Pediatricians“Those whose minds are steeped in cannabis are capable of quite extraordinary criminality.” Judge Anthony Niblett “While laboratory animals are an expensive way of understanding the risk of cannabis use, North Americans come free.“ The […]

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January 18 March for Life Huge Success!!!

The January 18 March For Life event organized by New Beginnings Pregnancy and Parenting Center far exceeded our expectations.  The numbers continued to swell, until everyone finally agreed there were over 300 people who participated! God blessed us over and over throughout the day, and even before the event.   God, the Inventor and Master of […]

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Payson March for Life

New Beginnings Pregnancy and Parenting Center is organizing our own PAYSON MARCH FOR LIFE 2020 event to be held January 18, 2020! We hope to attract as many Pro-Life citizens as possible to simply stand on the sidewalks along Rt. 87 and hold positive Pro-Life signs.  It’s helpful if people make their own simple signs with a brief […]

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A Tale of Two Brains

At New Beginnings, we educate parents on the important roles that both moms and dads play in their family. When men and women understand and appreciate how differently their brains think and work, it makes for a harmonious outcome. Children benefit from this enriching experience! However, if moms and dads don’t understand this, there will […]

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STDs increased for the fifth consecutive year, reaching all-time high

According to the annual Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance Report, STDs increased for the fifth consecutive year – with nearly 2.5 million combined cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis. Cases of congenital syphilis – syphilis passed from a mother to her baby during pregnancy– increased 40 percent from 2017-2018. Congenital syphilis can result in miscarriage, stillbirth, […]

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