The Carolina Pregnancy Center is a non profit agency offering compassionate support and assistance to anyone facing a pregnancy or experiencing post-abortion stress. We are also committed to promoting sexual integrity to teens, young adults and parents through community outreach.
Carolina Pregnancy Center exists to provide abortion alternatives, post abortion support, and abstinence education with the hope of transforming lives through Jesus Christ.
Carolina Pregnancy Center (CPC) was established in 1984 after a group of concerned Christians from the surrounding area met to create a resource for women who were experiencing untimely or unwanted pregnancies. Their goal was to provide peer counseling, supportive services, and alternatives to abortion.
In 1986, Carolina Pregnancy Center chose to affiliate with the Christian Action Council as our advisory and umbrella organization. Now called Care Net, it is a network of over 1,100 pregnancy care centers throughout the country. Care Net was founded by nationally respected Christian leaders such as Dr. C. Everett Koop, Dr. and Mrs. Billy Graham, and Dr. and Mrs. Harold O. J. Brown. CPC has recently chosen to affiliate with NIFLA (National Institute of Family Life Advocates) and Heartbeat International, organizations similar to Care Net. Both of these highly professional organizations offer Carolina Pregnancy continuing education, written materials, a national hotline, legal counsel, etc. CPC is, however, an autonomous, incorporated non-profit with its own Board of Directors.
As a non-profit, we rely heavily on volunteers. We currently have approximately 6 volunteers serving on a weekly basis at the Center, with many more involved in different administrative and fundraising activities during the year.