why-master

Half of pregnancies among American women are unintended, and 4 in 10 of these end in abortion. At some time in their life, 1 in 3 women have had an abortion. Our community is not immune from these statistics. In 2012, a total of 68,298 induced abortions were performed on Texas residents. Collin County had 1,470 of these abortions. One life lost is too many.

Hope Women’s Center provides medical and educational services to teens and women in unplanned pregnancies. Affirming the life of the preborn child, we encourage Christ- centered, life-affirming, and healthy lifestyle decisions. Hope’s vision is to value life and love well. To this end, Hope seeks to demonstrate the love of Christ to every client and to their community at large, and in so doing, clearly and consistently affirm the precious life of the preborn.

Reach Those
With No Hope

We are passionate and committed to be the FIRST thought of every teen and woman faced with an unplanned pregnancy. Knowing the internet is the first place that women search for abortions, our client website myhope.org has been our greatest tool in reaching our client market. We are also dedicated to our community relationships through church partners and school programs to introduce Hope as a safe resource for women in Collin County

Educate
The Uninformed

The Staff and volunteers at Hope Women’s Center take great care in educating our clients. We give accurate and truthful information pertaining to parenting, adoption, abortion and STDs.

Support
Every Woman

Our staff prays for abortion minded clients to come to our clinic in hop that after seeing and hearing the truth, they will choose life. However, if a client makes the decision to abort, Hope takes personal responsibility in loving that client well and being available for future decisions. Hope does not want one woman left with the hurt of an abortion. Our trained staff and volunteers provide group and one on one counseling for post-abortive clients.

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