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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Wisconsin Right to Life - Taylor Chapter







Chapter Chair: Barb Acker
Contact: email
Call: (715) 748-2939

Pictured here are a few of the Pro-lifers who attended the WRTL-Taylor County Life Chain on October 21. Representatives from the Price County group attended also, and plan to have their own Life Chain in the future. Once again we received many postitive reponses




April 24th - Judi Fillmore and Barb Shreiner, members of Wisconsin Right to Life-Taylor county, are pictured below donating prolife dvds to librarian, Meghan Jansen(center) at the Frances Simek in Medford. The dvds: Bella, Gimme Shelter, Voiceless, October Baby, Into My Arms, and Letters to an Unknown Daughter were included in the donation, as educational outreach of the chapter.


Did you see us at the Medford Holiday Parade, 2016?



Wisconsin Right to Life Taylor County
Encouraging Respect for all Human Life
including the unborn, medically dependent, those 
with disabilities and the elderly.
We meet the last Monday of the month at  6:00 p.m. at the
Frances L. Simek Public Library (Medford).
We invite you to join us! 

Volunteers are needed in many different capacities. Come and learn more.


For more information and schedule of activities, please contact 
Barb Acker (715.748.2939)
Thank you!