Women's Care Center of Sevier County TN

Rating: 4.36 stars   11 reviews


304 Eastgate Road Sevierville TN 37862 USA


The Women's Care Center of Sevier County is a faith based ministry committed to the care support of women and their families. We seek to empower clients to make the best life affirming choices they can for their reproductive health, lifestyle, family life and future. We minister to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of our clients. We strive to ensure that no women in the greater Sevier County, TN. area is forced to have an abortion due to lack of options or support. We also provide abortion recovery guidance.


We have had approximately 1500 client visits in the past 18 months. Women's Care Center of Sevier County TN is currently finishing up our annual Bottles for Babies campaign. Gearing up for Sevier County, Fair Sept. 5-10 2011.

Target demographics:

Women seeking pregnancy education and support.


Earn While You Learn : Clients learn answers to many of the questions and concerns that come with pregnancy and parenting. Through video lessons you'll learn important information about pregnancy, your baby/child or children. After each session client earns "Baby Bucks" to exchange for items such as, diapers, formula, and other much needed supplies for them and baby/child.

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Rating: 5 stars  

I served on the Women's Care Center Board for three years after my life's schedule changed where I was unable to volunteer anymore. This ministry is so giving to our community. The volunteers and board members are dedicated to helping others and changing lives. As a volunteer, it was wonderful to see expectant mothers come in and learn how to take care of their babies and take care of themselves while they were carrying their baby. Ladies of all ages can come in without any chance of being judged for whatever may be going on in their life at the time but instead, have the opportunity to talk with someone who genuinely cares for them at desires to help them through what their trial may be by helping them make wise choices for them and their future. This center is a MUST for our community.

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The Women's Care Center of Sevier County, Inc. has served the needs of women and their families in Sevier County for 21 years. Any woman who thinks she might be pregnant may receive a free pregnancy test, peer consulting, accurate medical facts, including physical risks as a result of an abortion procedure, information about abortion alternatives, and kind assistance with any other information needed to make an informed, healthy choice about a pregnancy. All services of the WCC are free.

Material assistance at the Baby Boutique, continuing education in the parenting program, community referrals for other personal needs, and friendships established with staff and volunteers are added benefits received by WCC clients. Each client is assured of privacy and confidentiality.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

I have seen marvelous changes in the mental, emotional and spiritual well-being of many clients through the years. The parenting program gives confidence to the soon-to-be and new parents. They look forward to the challenge of parenting because of the knowledge they have obtained.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

The WCC needs to have a 2,000 + square foot one-story facility to enable this ministry to meet the needs of more clients (more volunteers and an increase in daily hours of operation), to provide ultrasound services for clients, to establish a mentoring program for young fathers, and to open a small store for gently used baby items (for the public). The building location needs to be near a trolley stop and a large parking area would also be needed.

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