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Satanic Temple launches free religious abortion clinic, learn about the unique requirements and how it works.

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The Satanic Temple has just announced the launch of a new virtual abortion clinic in New Mexico, offering “free religious medication abortion care.”

This new initiative, named “The Samuel Alito’s Mom’s Satanic Abortion Clinic,” is a bold step in the fight for reproductive justice and religious freedom.

The virtual clinic provides tele-health screenings with licensed medical professionals, and if approved, a prescription will be sent to a partnering pharmacy. The pills will be sent to the patient’s address in the state in a discreet package.

The virtual clinic is designed to provide a cost-effective alternative to traditional brick-and-mortar clinics. The cost of the tele-health screenings and follow-up calls will be free, while the fees charged by the partnering pharmacy will be around $90, significantly lower than what patients would typically pay at a traditional clinic. The virtual clinic also has a 24/7 hotline that anyone can call if help is needed.

The Satanic Temple has been arguing that abortions are a religious right for its members, and that denying them access to reproductive care would be a violation of their religious freedoms. This argument echoes the views of other religious groups, including a rabbi in Florida and other clergy members in Missouri. The Satanists cite their Seven Fundamental Tenets in defense of this argument, particularly the Third Tenet, which states that “One’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone,” and the Fifth Tenet, which states that “Beliefs should conform to one’s best scientific understanding of the world.”

If this virtual clinic proves successful, The Satanic Temple hopes to replicate it in other states that are not as welcoming of abortion by taking advantage of laws permitting religious exemptions. The Satanic Temple argues that under the First Amendment and federal and state Religious Freedom Restoration Acts, its abortion ritual is exempt from restrictions and bans because it is an essential part of a religious practice.

New Mexico was chosen as the location for the launch of this virtual clinic because of its political leanings. As a blue state, New Mexico borders several red states, including Oklahoma and Texas. This provides residents of neighboring states with the opportunity to access the virtual clinic and receive medication abortion care in a state where it is legally allowed.

The cost of approximately $90 charged by the virtual clinic is far cheaper than other telemedicine abortion services. This is due in part to the fact that there is no physical building, and the pills are provided by the virtual clinic’s partners at Honeybee Health. The virtual clinic has already vetted and background-checked several registered nurses who will be speaking with patients and an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) who can write prescriptions. Some of these medical professionals have come from Planned Parenthood clinics that were shut down after the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

The process of launching The Samuel Alito’s Mom’s Satanic Abortion Clinic began 18 months ago, in anticipation of the potential overturning of Roe v. Wade. After speaking with several attorneys and hiring the necessary help, the virtual clinic is set to begin meeting with patients on February 14th.

While other telemedicine clinics already offer abortion services, The Samuel Alito’s Mom’s Satanic Abortion Clinic is unique in its religious nature and its ability to use faith-based leverage to open branches elsewhere. The virtual clinic is a bold move by The Satanic Temple in the fight for reproductive justice and religious freedom, and it will be interesting to see the impact it has on the abortion rights debate in the United States.

Here’s More Details About The Satanic Temple Health:

The Satanic Temple Health: Providing Free Religious Medication Abortion Care

The Satanic Temple Health announce the launch of its telehealth clinic, to offer free religious medication abortion care. With the goal of providing access to reproductive care as a religious right for its members, TST Health is making it easier for patients to access the services they need.

How it Works

Getting started with TST Health is easy and confidential. Patients can complete a screening online and receive an email with a link to schedule a virtual appointment. During the appointment, patients will video chat with one of TST Health’s licensed medical professionals to determine eligibility. If eligible, patients will receive an email from TST Health’s pharmacy partner with instructions to purchase the medication, which typically costs around $90. The medication will be delivered within 3-5 days in a discreet package. TST Health also offers a 24/7 hotline for support and any questions that may arise.

Who is Eligible

TST Health’s services are available to individuals who meet the following criteria:

Cost

TST Health’s services are free, with the only cost being the medication from the pharmacy, which typically costs around $90. Financial assistance may be available for patients who are unable to afford their medications.

TST Health is committed to providing access to reproductive care as a religious right for its members. With its telehealth clinic, patients can receive the services they need with privacy and convenience. For more information, visit TST Health official website.

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