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Building Relationships: A Client Story

      It was time to stop trying. She’d spent most of her life following the rules. She attended church regularly, was a diligent student, had a great group of friends, and had been in a four year relationship with her boyfriend. They’d never had...

You Know You’re a Parent When…

      “The hardest part of parenting is when I’m with my kids.” These wise words were spoken by comedian Jim Gaffigan, who has five children of his own. Parenting is hard 100% of the time, and it’s something you can never truly understand until...

3 Reasons Why You Can’t Volunteer

      "I would volunteer, but…" Fill in the blank. We’ve all got reasons—and many of them are legit reasons—why we can’t volunteer or serve or get involved in a variety of things. If you’ve teetered on the edge of getting involved with the Care...

You Know You’re Pregnant When…

      There is something about the sight of a pregnant woman that renders people senseless. It’s an oh-look-a-big-round-belly-let-me-shut-off-my-mental-filter-and-start-saying-things-I’d-never-say-around-a-non-pregnant-person kind of senseless....

The War We Wage: Fighting the Dark Work of Abortion

      The gravel crunched under her feet as she stepped from the cab into the harsh June heat. Her palms were wet—not from the heat, but from something else entirely. Her eyes searched, uncertainty written across her face. Is this the place? Her...

When I Grow Up to be a Daddy

“I got you flowers, Mommy!” He spun in three circles and then did a forward roll off the couch. Some people express their excitement in mere words. Others need their whole bodies plus a three-foot radius. My son falls into the latter category....

Why I’m Here: Celebrating Two Years with the Care Center

It’s been two years since my first day as Client Services Director at Greensboro Pregnancy Care Center, which doesn’t seem possible. In honor of my “workiversary,” I want to tell you how I got here and why I’m here. When I was in high school I went...

Seeing Clients Change

Seeing clients change, or at least seeing them consider change, is always something I look forward to as a staff member. Last week, while she didn't immediately change her mind, we saw a client begin to change her perspective on her situation....

Your Steps to Success

The Fear that Comes with Pregnancy Finding out you're pregnant can take you from a place of security and confidence to a place of insecurity and fear in a moment’s time. No matter what decision you make—parenting, abortion, or adoption—your life...

Reaching the Unreached: Love Life Triad

Reaching the Unreached Every month, we re-evaluate as a Board and Staff if we’re doing all we can to reach abortion-minded clients. These women in an unwanted pregnancy feel there is no way out of their situation except to go to the local abortion...

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You Know You’re a Parent When…

      “The hardest part of parenting is when I’m with my kids.” These wise words were spoken by comedian Jim Gaffigan, who has five children of his own. Parenting is hard 100% of the time, and it’s something you can never truly understand until you’re actually in it....

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3 Reasons Why You Can’t Volunteer

      "I would volunteer, but…" Fill in the blank. We’ve all got reasons—and many of them are legit reasons—why we can’t volunteer or serve or get involved in a variety of things. If you’ve teetered on the edge of getting involved with the Care Center, then you may...

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You Know You’re Pregnant When…

      There is something about the sight of a pregnant woman that renders people senseless. It’s an oh-look-a-big-round-belly-let-me-shut-off-my-mental-filter-and-start-saying-things-I’d-never-say-around-a-non-pregnant-person kind of senseless. When we see someone who...

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The War We Wage: Fighting the Dark Work of Abortion

      The gravel crunched under her feet as she stepped from the cab into the harsh June heat. Her palms were wet—not from the heat, but from something else entirely. Her eyes searched, uncertainty written across her face. Is this the place? Her appointment time crept...

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When I Grow Up to be a Daddy

“I got you flowers, Mommy!” He spun in three circles and then did a forward roll off the couch. Some people express their excitement in mere words. Others need their whole bodies plus a three-foot radius. My son falls into the latter category. “Look at the flowers! I...

read more

Why I’m Here: Celebrating Two Years with the Care Center

It’s been two years since my first day as Client Services Director at Greensboro Pregnancy Care Center, which doesn’t seem possible. In honor of my “workiversary,” I want to tell you how I got here and why I’m here. When I was in high school I went on a mission trip...

read more

Seeing Clients Change

Seeing clients change, or at least seeing them consider change, is always something I look forward to as a staff member. Last week, while she didn't immediately change her mind, we saw a client begin to change her perspective on her situation. Charlotte* walked into...

read more

Your Steps to Success

The Fear that Comes with Pregnancy Finding out you're pregnant can take you from a place of security and confidence to a place of insecurity and fear in a moment’s time. No matter what decision you make—parenting, abortion, or adoption—your life has changed forever...

read more

Reaching the Unreached: Love Life Triad

Reaching the Unreached Every month, we re-evaluate as a Board and Staff if we’re doing all we can to reach abortion-minded clients. These women in an unwanted pregnancy feel there is no way out of their situation except to go to the local abortion clinic. They need...

read more

The Loneliest Job: Hope for Every Mother

The bloodcurdling scream pierced the tranquility of countless shoppers. I swallowed hard and began the painstaking trek towards the automatic doors, which seemed miles away. It mightn’t have taken me so long had I not had 32 pounds of boneless deadweight to pull...

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Tuesday: 12:00pm - 8:00pm

Wednesday: 10:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday: 12:00pm - 8:00pm

Friday: 10:00am - 3:00pm

Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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