BILLINGS, MONTANA—Today the U.S. Supreme Court unveiled their official decision to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling. Along with our Nation, LaVie Pregnancy Clinic for weeks has been anticipating the Court’s announcement.

LaVie CEO, Cindy Nordstog, reacts to the news. “Many patients seeking LaVie’s services find themselves in a seemingly desperate situation. We are here to guide them through an unfamiliar and difficult time in their lives. The compassionate care and commitment we offer our patients, and the community, is unchanged by the Court’s recent announcement. We remain dedicated to offering the same quality of professional medical services, education and support for every person who calls us or walks through our doors. LaVie’s mission, vision and values will be upheld and our doors will remain opened at our Broadwater location, ready to boldly come alongside and walk with our patients, without judgment.”  

LaVie is the only organization of its kind in Billings, and the largest such nonprofit in Montana, to serve the needs of those facing an unplanned pregnancy. The professional medical office serves families at no or low cost to clients. Services include pregnancy tests; STD tests, exams, and treatment; ultrasound exams; sports physicals; education on parenting; consultations on pregnancy options; and post-abortion support. 

LaVie is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday at its Billings West location at 2321 Broadwater Avenue. For more information, call 406-652-4868 or visit

Cindy Nordstog, CEO

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