Because delivering life is an honor and a blessing.
Navigating the journey of pregnancy without support or resources is difficult.
We have a plan
To bring peace to the CHAOS and help you have a CALM pregnancy experience.
- Prenatal Medical Care
- Health Education
- Birthing Plan and Delivery
- Transition to Motherhood
"Compelled by the love of Jesus, our hearts break for the struggling and undervalued mothers in our community. We offer a team of licensed medical professionals along with the clinic and equipment they need to provide quality prenatal services."
We help deliver life
Delivering life into this world is an honor and blessing that moms should be able to enjoy. When moms have the resources and the support, the journey to a calm pregnancy experience is within reach.
NOTICE: This site is for informational purposes and does not provide medical advice. If you think you have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately. Do not rely on electronic communications or communication through this website for immediate, urgent, medical needs. This website is not designed to facilitate medical emergencies.
If you are needing to schedule a prenatal appointment please call the clinic located in your city. We do not schedule or respond to any requests for appointments through the messaging applications on this website.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The Morning Center provides all its services at no charge.
The Morning Center welcomes the opportunity to provide routine prenatal care for pregnant moms regardless of citizenship and/or legal status.
The Morning Center seeks to provide routine prenatal medical care for pregnant moms experiencing healthcare insecurity. Income and insurance are not an issue.
Appointments for prenatal care are by appointment only.
This varies depending on the location. Check the local tab for further info!
The Morning Center seeks to provide routine Prenatal through Postpartum care – this can be limited by resources available to us, so it’s best to check with your local clinic!
Yes. The Morning Center provides STD/STI testing as part of routine prenatal care for its patients.
The Morning Center aims to send annual tax statements by January 31st of the following year, although this frequently shifts to mid February.
The Morning Center is not a pregnancy resource center, but rather the next step in the Pro-Life Ecosystem. We do intentionally collaborate with pregnancy resource centers to make what can be a difficult time for women in need as seamless as possible.
We have local tabs for each Morning Center location. You can take a look from the ‘Local Clinics’ drop-down!
The Morning Center provides ultrasounds as part of our care, which can be used to determine the baby’s sex – new clinics may not have found an ultrasound tech yet, so be sure to ask your local clinic.
Our volunteer program is a work in progress, you can fill out a volunteer form from the local clinic tabs and we will do our best to connect!