Are you pregnant? Need Help? At 123GiveLife.com you can find a pregnancy help center in Wisconsin near you. Just enter your zip code.


TeenBreaks.com gives you detailed information on pregnancy and abortion plus help in dealing with both. Girls who aborted tell their own stories about why they chose abortion, what the abortion was like, and how they feel now.


A project of Heartbeat International, is a state-of-the-art helpline that employs trained phone consultants who are available 24/7 to assist women in crisis and to directly connect them to local pregnancy help centers.To get help by phone: Call toll free, 1-877-877-9027 or, text the word "option" to 95495


Wisconsin Right to Life founded the Nightingale Alliance in 2002. This is the site for important, up-to-date information on physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia

National Right to Life Committee - NRLC.org

National Right to Life’s website provides resources and information on federal right-to-life issues and legislation, compiled by the most esteemed national pro-life organization.

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Power of Attorney for Health Care

Use Wisconsin Right to Life Advance Directive Documents

If You Have Decided to Sign a “Power of Attorney for Health Care” or a “Living Will”, Make Sure to Use Wisconsin Right to Life’s Recommended Package.  Click a link below to download and print the PDF.  If your system has difficulty with this download, feel free to call our office and we will mail the document to you without charge.  Call toll free 877-855-5007, or locally, 414-778-5780.

Wisconsin Right to Life Power of Attorney for Health Care (PDF) 
Wisconsin Right to Life Living Will (PDF)

None of us knows what the future holds. Any one of us could become incapacitated in the future and unable to communicate our health care wishes. Some people want to sign a document in advance that would let others know their wishes in the event of incapacity. If you are one of those people, please make sure the document you sign does not put your life in jeopardy!

The forms offered by the State of Wisconsin have dangerous pitfalls!
There are two kinds of advance directives offered by the State…the Power of Attorneyfor Health Care and the Living Will. Each of these State documents contain legal language that could put your life in jeopardy.

If you have decided to sign one of the State’s advance directives, make sure to supplement the State’s version with the Wisconsin Right to Life-recommended package.To the right you will find the recommended Wisconsin Right to Life “Power of Attorney for Health Care” and “Living Will” packages. For each you will find a detailed explanation of how it works and the reason it is imperative that you avoid signing only the State’s version. 

When it's a Matter of Life & Death - Questions You Should Ask

Download this helpful resource (PDF) here.