Women's Care Center of Sevier County TN
Rating: 4.36 stars 11 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.
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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I am very glad that the Center is in our community and am proud of the work they have done to prevent abortion and help families and individuals. The only negative I would mention would be the lack of leadership at the Board level. There seems to be little vision and from what I have heard for several years, there is disention among the members, which keeps the Center from growing and fulfilling it's true purpose. But the employees and volunteers continue to do a good job from my perspective as a donor.
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Bottles for Babies
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From what I truly believe, the Board needs reorganization. Some people have been there too long and need to step down and let others in the community who are better qualified assume leadership.