2024 Employment Law Updates

Sue Allred, Center Executive Director, SPHR / SHRM-SCP  sueallred@volcano.net Disclaimer – I am not an employment attorney, therefore this document should not be considered Legal Advice Warren Buffet once said “Risk comes from not knowing what you are doing”. Ignoring ever-changing HR Law or “winging it” could end up with fines or legal fees that […]

Is Your Pregnancy Center Paying Attention to HR Law?

Ignoring ever-changing HR Law or “winging it” could mean fines or legal fees that close your center down. Why?

California employment law is complex
Compliance is challenging
California is a litigious state
Mistakes are costly

Charlotte Lozier & CareNet 2019 California Impact Report

2019 California Impact Report In 2020 CAPC assisted the Charlotte Lozier Institute who was also working with CareNet to organize a Pregnancy Center Impact Report. This report is meant to highlight the fantastic work of Pregnancy Centers in the United States and Globally. Centers who were CareNet Affiliated were included in the statistics through their […]

2021 Spring Newsletter

Spring greetings! We are moving into the second quarter of 2021 with big goals for the California Alliance of Pregnancy Care. Engage & Educate As soon as permissible, we will connect with legislators, in person, to share how pregnancy resource centers and clinics are a valuable part of California communities. By meeting and educating representatives, […]

2021 Winter Newsletter

2021 Winter Newsletter They were trying to frighten us, thinking, “their hands will get too weak for the work, and it will not be completed. But I prayed, now strengthen my hands.” – Neh 6:9 A Freshening In the last five years, and since its founding in December 0f 2017, CAPC has overcome hurdles and […]

Website Membership & Concerns

CAPC leadership is resolved to grow, and build our movement. The work that needs to be done is immense. Our website and membership needed our attention, and we are facing additional web concerns. We are limited by the same things that limit all new organizations. CAPC focus is on what needs to be addressed, and […]

Notifications to CDPH – Licensing and Certification

Well it is always interesting to touch base with the Licensing Division of the California Department of Public Health. As you know, Title 22 requires Primary Care Clinics to provide notifications to CDPH for changes such as hours of operation, a change in nurse manager, and notification of operating an intermittent clinic. Major changes like […]

Letter to YELP requesting policy change

It has come to our attention that Members of CAPC who have Yelp listings for their organizations have been categorized as “Faith Based Crisis Pregnancy Centers.” Where each of the 173 locations across California had an opportunity before to choose the category they should fall under, now their choice has been restricted. CAPC requests that this restriction be lifted for the following reasons: