This year, after the restrictions and fears of 2020, we are more than ever grateful for the renewing burst of the wonders of the outside. With the promise of new life without the devastating scourge of a pandemic, we look forward to enjoying freedom to experience life more abundantly. What is really concerning us now is our budget. We are funded primarily by your generous donations, which is our basic source of income. State grants, sometimes amounting to $25,000.00 yearly, have all but disappeared, rending a serious blow to our operating budget and making it difficult to continue fulfilling allRead more →
The March for Life will start at the Louisiana State Capitol at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 25, and we encourage you to attend. Following the March for Life, we will be hosting a “Sip and See” Celebration of Life, and we cordially invite you to come see our new location between noon and 4 p.m. We will be offering tours of our facility and information on our services along with beverages and light refreshments. We hope you will find time to come by and “Sip and See” the vital role a crisis pregnancy center plays in the fight forRead more →
Our cross—town move is complete; we are up and running at our new location at 3005 Florida Blvd. The Pregnancy Problem Center is now positioned to expand its life-saving services in our new ofﬁces.
Here are just a few beneﬁts of our new location:
VISIBILITY of our new location with the large outdoor signage provides much greater exposure both to our target market as well as the general public.Read more →