Category Archives: Pregnancy Help Centers

25 Years Later, Youth Pastor’s Response to a Teen Pregnancy Still Bearing Life-Giving Fruit

By Gayle Irwin When Julie Bonany was 14 and pregnant, she couldn’t envision the amazing pathway she’d travel during the next quarter-century. And yet, as an emerging leader in Ontario, Canada’s pregnancy help community, few things could

More than a month after Hurricane Harvey, Houston abortion clinics still offering free abortions; Pro-Life pregnancy centers work to meet needs

By Texas Right to Life In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Texans are still struggling to rebuild lives destroyed in the catastrophic flooding in and around Houston. Pro-Life pregnancy centers continue to respond to the urgent needs

SoCal Pregnancy Center to Make More Room for Life-Saving Choices

By Josh Echt With her boyfriend pressuring her to abort, Patricia was on the verge of giving in and ending her child’s life in 2016—even though she had been thrilled to find out she was pregnant. Feeling

Florida Pregnancy Center Opens New Location, Doubles Counseling Rooms

Photo Courtesy: Lake City Pregnancy Center

By Jen Taggart Lake City Pregnancy Center serves over 500 clients in three north Florida cities, but in 2015, it was clear they’d outgrown their main location in Lake City. At 2,600 square feet, the center only

California Pregnancy Centers Still Waiting on Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to Onerous 2015 Law

By Jay Hobbs Though they were hoping the U.S. Supreme Court would act this week to take up their challenge to a 2015 California state law that forces locally funded pro-life medical clinics to advertise taxpayer-funded abortions,

Hawaii Pregnancy Centers Call on Judiciary to Uphold Free Speech Rights

By Jay Hobbs Arguing before a federal court Friday in Honolulu, attorneys with Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) called on the judiciary to hold off enforcement of a 2017 Hawaii state law that forces pro-life pregnancy centers to

Expecting Mothers Have Enough to Worry about Without Government Forcing Its Agenda on Them

By Elissa Graves, Alliance Defending Freedom From the moment a woman finds out that she is going to be a mother, she is bombarded with the opinions of others. The list is nearly endless. There are opinions on

Room at The Inn: How One Pregnancy Center Decided to Add a Maternity Home

A look at the interior of The Inn, a maternity home set to receive residents this winter. Photo Courtesy: Life Choices

By Hanna Ellis Before every great idea is birthed, there’s usually a moment or series of moments to point out and say, “That’s it. That’s when my eyes were opened to the need.” For the team at

After Irma Swept Through Puerto Rico, What Daisy Pardo Saw Broke Her Heart

Cree Women's Center, the first pro-life pregnancy center in Puerto Rico, serves women in the shadow of six abortion clinics. Photo Courtesy: Joseph Pardo

By Jen Taggart Major crises such as Hurricane Irma add pressure to pregnant women already making difficult decisions. These vulnerable women need to know that there are options available besides abortion. Abortion clinics, including those in Puerto

How Pregnancy Centers Can Help a Family Facing a Negative Prenatal Diagnosis

By Nancy Flanders A recent CBS News feature celebrated Iceland’s virtual elimination of people with Down syndrome through abortion, thrusting selective abortion into the public square, but the pregnancy help community is no stranger to helping women and

Reaching Out to Pregnant Women Facing Challenges

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation One of the greatest attributes of the pro-life movement is the concern it shows to pregnant women facing serious challenges in their lives. There is no woman in Pennsylvania–or

Laws Targeting Pregnancy Centers Are on the Rise. Here’s How They Can Protect Their Rights.

By Ken Connelly, Legal Counsel, Alliance Defending Freedom Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post that ran yesterday. Pregnancy centers are motivated by the belief that life is a sacred gift from God, and that each individual