Our team is committed to providing women, men and families with caring support.
The PVPCC is a registered charity providing care to women and families facing an unplanned pregnancy across the Pembina Valley. We are a faith-based organization that respects the values and beliefs of all our clients. We are a community based, non-political organization.
We are committed to offering safe, non-judgemental, compassionate care for all aspects of pregnancy.
Humans are complex and unique, and the news of an unexpected pregnancy impacts many spheres of life including financial, relational, physical, emotional, spiritual and mental. Sometimes situations evolve, or a subsequent pregnancy occurs. Clients may prefer shorter or longer term supports and we are open to staying connected for as long as they need. Our resource-based approach includes care for the whole individual and anyone they identify as significant in their pregnancy or parenting journey. Most supports involve one-on-one meetings and cover a range of topics that clients identify as important, such as pregnancy, parenting, co-parenting, abortion, adoption and grief recovery.
All our services are free & confidential.
We opened our doors in 1987 when three visionary folks put their values into action by establishing a place of safety and care for anyone experiencing an unexpected pregnancy and all the challenges that may go with it. Since then our staff and volunteer care team have assisted thousands of women, men, couples, students and families. Our Board of Directors continues to provide leadership, encouragement and direction in carrying out the mission of the PVPCC.
The Pregnancy Care Centre does not discriminate in the delivery of services. Anyone who comes to the Centre will receive assistance based on their need and our ability to help, regardless of race disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or religion.
We love every person.
We care about every situation, whether it’s planned, unexpected or unexpectedly complicated.
We understand that life can get overwhelming.
You have come to the right place.
Supports offered here are not intended to be a substitute for professional counselling or medical care.