Caring for Children After Birth
To the question of the commitments of anti-abortion folks to children after they are born, one evangelical site has a response; look at the acts of charity done by various pregnancy centers and individuals.
But it’s helpful to have a distinction between justice and charity. Justice as moral requirements for a community which includes ensuring that all have access to the basic goods of life. Charity as individual acts which go beyond the requirements of justice.
One shouldn’t be used to dismiss the other. You work for health care reform? Great, but charity at the individual level is still required. Provide blankets for pregnant women? Great, but it doesn’t mean you can side step societal obligations like ensuring kids get an education.
One can't dismiss the moral demands of a just society because one does individual acts of charity. While there folks doing great stuff on all sides, highlighting them doesn’t indicate what most folks are doing on either side, which is most likely nothing.
In any case many clinics do have counseling programs, some of them involve religious clergy to provide spiritual support. And there are pro-choice individuals and groups who work with women through the whole process. I know and count many of them as friends.
Caring for kids; a few do a lot. But to the degree that anti-abortion politics are tied to a view that has argued against societal provisions for kids, this question comes up. And it should despite what some individuals do since it's a justice question.