Women's Care Center of Erie County
Who we are: Women’s Care Center of Erie County, Inc. is a community based non-profit organization serving the tri-state (PA/NY/OH) region for over 30 years, providing a safe place of comfort, support and health to individuals and families. The Women’s Care Center is committed to positive change in our community. We promote wellness, emotional health, character development, and family stability through a variety of programs and services.
What we do: It is our desire to provide an affordable safe place of comfort, support and health to individuals facing unplanned pregnancies, youth making lifestyle choices, wounded women in need of healing from past mistakes and childless couples whose arms ache for a child. We are committed to walk with our clients through a difficult time in their lives. We have many programs at no cost available through our five divisions:
Pregnancy Resource Centers – 4 locations providing free and confidential services
Women’s Care Center Medical Services – 2 locations providing free ultrasound services and free STD testing and treatment
“Adoption by Choice” – A PA licensed adoption agency, providing open-style adoption services
Women’s Care Center Education Division – Providing Character-based, Asset-building, Relationship Education – our CARE model – in primarily public schools K – 12 and beyond
How you can help: Ongoing Opportunities - A variety of clerical work and help with mailings is needed on a regular basis. Seasonal maintenance of our building and gardening is also always greatly appreciated!
This training is designed for anyone interested in volunteering with clients at the WCC or learning more about client care and the services provided. Those services include interacting with clients who are in pregnancy crisis, possibly considering abortion, and clients with other stressors and challenges, or helping with "Stepping Stones Learn to Earn" educational programs .
Grace contact person: David Truesch
For More Information: Check out our website www.wccerie.org