The Pregnancy Help Center opened its doors in July 1986, It was founded by a group of concerned citizens in the Fort Worth community who saw a need to provide information and counsel to women experiencing unplanned pregnancies. Today, the PHC ministers to the whole woman, her children and her family. Through our various programs, PHC endeavors to meet the physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs of the women in our community.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Charity Golf Classic - Whitestone Golf Club

It's that time again. The Pregnancy Help Center Charity Golf Classic will be held at Whitestone Golf Club on May 3, 2014. For more information and to register call 817-244-6690.

Monday, February 10, 2014

Winter 2014 Newsletter

Choose Life 5K

Sign up for the Choose Life run at Choose Life 5K
When: March 1, 2014
Where: The race will take place at the duck pond in Trinity Park. The nearest intersection is W. 7th St. and Stayton St., Fort Worth, TX 76107.
How: Register here

Saturday, December 21, 2013


Gifts to local charities can be in any number of forms. If you have an old cell phone or computer equipment you no longer use, go to I-Donate. In just a few steps, you can ship the item to I-Donate and they will forward a cash donation to the charity. (They even accept cars and other vehicles).

You can access the Pregnancy Help Center I-Donate Page to make a donation.

Saturday, December 14, 2013

Pope Says it's Time to Accept Life at Every Stage

Pope Francis was named Person of the Year by Time Life Magazine. He urged America to
accept life at every stage

Amid misinterpretations of the pontiff’s pro-life stance in the mainstream media, the Holy Father continues to affirm his unwavering belief, completely united to that of the Catholic Church, that human life is sacred from conception to natural death.

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Leighton's Gift

Leighton's Foot and frameThe daughter of one of our volunteers was part of the team to coordinate bringing Peek-A-Boo cameras to Texas Health Resources Hospitals.

After the loss of their daughter, Leighton, her parents mourned not only her death, but sadness that their families were not able to see her. She lived only a few weeks and visiting in the Neonatal ICU is limited. The family also missed many hours with Leighton's twin brother Jaxon who was released from the hospital after 74 days. Leighton's parents began raising money for web cameras - Leighton's Gift. Web cams were installed at Texas Health Hospitals in Plano, Dallas and Fort Worth this week.

Leighton's gift will benefit many families who can communicate with their children through the web cams. Not only viewing the infants, but reading, talking and singing to them.