UPDATE: Abby’s Place closed in May of 2018.
Abby’s Place is a fledgling pill mill in town, or soon it will be. After all, when a former disgraced abortionist opens a so-called ‘birth control clinic’, the next step is pretty clear. And interestingly, this abortionist sent his wife to a township council meeting this week rather than showing up himself. COWARD.
According to AbortionDocs.org, Timothy Scott Kress had his medical license taken away:
“The Ohio Medical Board issues the permanent revocation of Timothy Kress’ medical license based on his concession of guilt to six felony counts of drug related charges.” Read more here.
Interestingly, the only entity that would have him and was given restrictions, was – wait for it – Planned Parenthood. So the myth that good doctors work as abortionists is a LIE and urban legend.
See his AWESOME history here to find all documents regarding his ‘doctoring’ in the abortion industry.
So, that being said, what does a disgraced abortionist do for a living? Opens a so-called ‘birth control clinic’ that insinuates that only “half of unintended pregnancies result in childbirth”. When a former abortionist makes this kind of statement, he is saying that abortion is the next step. It is the opinion of many in the anti-abortion community here that he will procure a way to dispense the abortion pill.
How does a guy that had his license revoked as an abortionist because of drug charges get to open a clinic specializing in MEDICATION, you’re wondering. We are wondering that, too, particularly since this ‘clinic’ doesn’t do or require a real medical exam. In the article below, it is positive that disgraced abortionist Timothy Kress will be targeting teens, not ‘women’. His abortion ‘experience’ will make certain impressions on young teens seeking birth control without their parent’s knowledge at a price that minimum wage can afford.
We do not want this kind of business in Ohio. If WOMEN want birth control, they should she a real DOCTOR that has a real LICENSE. Birth control pills and patches are carcinogenic, cancer causing and abortifacient. Kress’s site doesn’t share that with young, impressionable girls.
We suggest calling the leasing company who owns the property [Equity 937-291-1179], emailing and calling local Representatives, and writing to the local newspaper.
See in the article below from the Dayton Daily News [6/29/17]:
Center offers same-day prescriptions of a variety of birth control options including pills, patches and rings.
Dr. Timothy Kress, medical director for Abby’s Place, said the clinic will be the first of what he hopes will be many contraceptive clinics in the area.
“Hopefully, we’re gonna have a positive impact on helping women take control of their reproductive lives, reducing the rate of unintended pregnancies and helping people out,” Kress said.
According to national data from Girls Inc., a program within the YWCA, 75 percent of teen births are results of unplanned pregnancies. Data also shows Latina and black teen women were more than twice as likely as white teen women to become pregnant (84 per 1,000, 100 per 1,000, and 38 per 1,000, respectively).
Audrey Starr, communications manager of YWCA Dayton, says Girls Inc. is geared toward helping young women live healthy lives, succeed academically and acquire life skills needed to prepare them for adulthood.
“Adolescent pregnancy and parenthood present formidable challenges for teens’ development into productive and fulfilled adults,” Starr said. “In addition to the physical implications of adolescent pregnancy, the reality is that most teen mothers raise their children as single parents, which may lead to girls not completing high school and thereby being employed in lowwage jobs.”
“Although the recent decrease in teen pregnancy rates is promising, the U.S. continues to have the highest teen pregnancy rate among industrialized countries,” she said.
Kress said one of the barriers for women receiving birth control is cost, and his clinic plans to provide more affordable ways for a birth control prescription, as well as a cheaper clinical visit.
Kress said an initial consultation at a traditional doctor’s office could be “a couple hundred dollars,” plus the expense of the birth control pills, which can reach costs up to $50 per month for the uninsured. Kress said a clinical visit to Abby’s Place will cost about $48 and, in most cases, patients can get a contraceptive pill for $9 per month.
“For $156 a year, they can be on a really good birth control pill,” he said. “And that’s without insurance.”
“We’re really trying to get people the pills they need at an affordable level so that it’s not a barrier for them to be on birth control,” he said.
Abby’s Place for Women is scheduled to open July 22 and will be open daily.
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