Rockville Pregnancy Center, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 8 reviews
Issues: Health, Human Services, Reproductive Rights
Location: 12730 Twinbrook Parkway 2nd Floor Rockville MD 20852 USA
The Rockville Pregnancy Clinic serves those facing pregnancy related and sexual health issues as a faith based, nonprofit organization by offering physical, emotional and spiritual support, empowering the client to make healthy and life affirming decisions.
Programs: The Rockville Pregnancy Center provides all services free of charge and include: pregnancy testing and counseling, sonograms to determine pregnancy viability, STD testing and treatment, life skills classes, prenatal classes, information on options,adoption, and single parenting. Post abortion counseling is available for women who are suffering emotionally from a past abortion; the Baby Boutique is available for anyone needing baby and maternity clothing,formula diapers, etc. Teen Empowered abstinence program encourages singles to wait until marriage before becoming sexually intimate.
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I've used this clinic to help educate our children in the youth group of our church several times. I'm always impressed with their program to help encourage kids to stay sexual pure. I've donated to this pregnancy clinic because of their constant commitment in helping teen and adult women with their pregancy options. In a polarized generation of women who are usually only encouraged with the option of abortions, it is a breath of fresh air to hear and learn an alternate answer for pregnant women seeking help.
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the abstinence program for teens with our youth group at church, and I will use their help again for our youth in our church.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
give them more financial donations and the baby items that they use to help new mothers with their precious newborn babies.
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mailouts, word-of-mouth & personal recommendations.
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You don't have to think in a box about solutions for any percieved problem that you may be facing in life.
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