We understand the growing concern surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19). The World Health Organization has categorized the coronavirus as a pandemic. We want to assure our community, patients, volunteers, and staff that we are taking the recommended precautionary measures to decrease the spread of the disease. As suggested by the CDC, we are encouraging hand washing/sanitizing, and we are regularly disinfecting commonly touched surfaces. We also encourage anyone associated with our clinics to please stay home if sick.
For the safety of our patients, staff and volunteers we will temporarily be limiting our services. We will continue to provide medical services but will suspend our educational classes through April 3, 2020. Current patients will have weekly access to critical items such as diapers and wipes. We are not making these changes out of fear, but out of responsibility and necessity. We are trying to make changes that will decrease the risk of transmission of the virus, while also continuing to provide the material, medical and spiritual needs of our community. We are monitoring the situation closely and will adjust our services/procedures as needed according to the guidelines from the CDC.
Our hearts break for those affected by this disease. As Christians, we pray for these families and for the strength of God to intervene. God tells us hundreds of times in His Word not to fear, but to be brave and courageous. 2 Timothy 1:7 says, “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and love and self-discipline.” We will be wise in taking protective measures to stop the spread of this disease, but most importantly we will stand strong in the Lord and his promises for us.
Carol Fairman, Executive Director
Lora Petersheim, RN, Nurse Manager
View a Replay of our VIRTUAL Fundraising Gala from April 23, 2020 7:00 P.M.
But women and their unborn babies still come to the center for our services. Watch our fun video about what’s happening, and see if you can spare some ice cream money to help us this summer! Watch video here!
2019 Fundraising Gala
Download Our New Phone App!
Announcing our new Donor App for IPhone and Android! Download the app now, and make sure to allow Notifications so we can keep you updated on the ministry. We promise we won’t abuse the privilege! Use the QR to find the app on your phone, or search for PRCW Friends and look for the blue butterfly!
New Medical Location in Loganville
March 5 8:30 AM Ribbon Cutting for our New Medical Office at 98 Tara Commons Drive, Loganville. Please come and celebrate with us as we begin offering Ultrasound and STI Testing in Loganville!
Medical Services gets a New Name
We have transitioned to our expanded medical services so A Center of Hope gets an additional name – Women’s Health and Wellness Clinic of Walton. This change helps us better serve women and their families – this year’s average of 22 new women patients each month – and reach more women and men with the Truth of Life!
Our Monroe office MOVED summer 2017
Our Monroe office moved in June to 226 Alcovy Street, Suite E-17 in Monroe. We are very excited as this gives us approximately 3 times the space – more room for Pregnancy Testing, Ultrasounds, urinalysis STI Testing and Treatment, Abortion Recovery Support, and Fatherhood mentoring and Life Skills Education (EWYL) classes – and the upcoming expansion of medical services!
Please stop by Monday, Thursday or Friday for a tour of our new digs!
Our Loganville office will remain open in the current location on Hwy 81 S., still offering Pregnancy Testing, Abortion Recovery Support, Fatherhood mentoring and Life Skills Education (EWYL).