Honoring our Beloved Colleague
Chloe Hanson Hebert
September 25, 1979 – April 17, 2023
On April 17, 2023, Chloe Hanson Hebert, National Abortion Hotline Director, passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by friends and family after a short time battling cancer.
Over the course of her social work career, Chloe was driven by equalizing access to needs such as health care, legal advocacy, and mental health for marginalized populations as well as creating supportive structures for the staff who serve them. She joined the National Abortion Hotline at a pivotal moment when we were expanding our capacity to provide critical financial assistance and she helped establish much of the infrastructure that we have in place today. During her 12 years at the Hotline, Chloe oversaw projects on staff training and development, helped maximize the efficiency of Hotline processes, developed funding program strategies for logistical support, and offered direct support to our members.
Chloe leaves behind a legacy of love and service to others. Her kind, caring manner quietly inspired the people around her in every space she was in. Self-care is a cornerstone of social work, and Chloe cared deeply about the health and well-being of our members. With her family's blessing, we launched Chloe's Fund to raise funds to support our members who provide abortion care and to carry on Chloe's legacy. You can honor Chloe's life by continuing the work that meant so much to her.
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