Founded in 1987 as the Crisis Pregnancy Center, a small group of people from Springfield had a dream for a facility that provided abortion alternatives in the community.
As the ministry grew, locations changed to provide for the many women being seen for pregnancy services, to include abortion and adoption education. By 2003, a limited medical program had begun, providing limited ultrasound and early pregnancy services for abortion vulnerable women. The name was then changed to Pregnancy Resource Center of Clark County. All services have remained free of charge because of the generosity of the ministry’s donors, to include: individuals, churches, businesses, schools, local and private foundations and grantors.
In 2009, the PRC went fully medical, hiring a nurse manager trained to provide ultrasound services and under the medical directorship of a local OB/GYN physician.
In 2014, the name was changed to the Pregnancy Resource Clinic of Clark County (PRC) to better reflect the full medical services being offered. A new building was purchased in 2016, on the south side of Springfield, allowing more visibility and better access for inner city patients.
Through community support and resources, our organization aims to light up our corner, daily offering the gift of truth wrapped in love.
The Pregnancy Resource Clinic is a Christ-centered organization that provides trusted care, support, and resources to all people regarding pregnancy and sexual health.
We envision a community that values life, where women and men are equipped to embrace life for their children and embraced by the Church to have abundant life for their families (John 10:10).
Nicole came to the PRC as a volunteer Care Coordinator in January 2011. Later that year, she became trained in limited OB ultrasound. In 2012, she came on staff as the Ultrasound Coordinator. She enjoys showing parents their baby for the first time through ultrasound. In January 2023, she moved into the role of Executive Director. She earned her degree as a Registered Nurse from Community Hospital School of Nursing in 2002. If you would like to learn more, take a tour of the clinic, or are in need of prayer, she would love to set up a time to meet with you.
Wendy first started volunteering as a Care Coordinator, later coming on staff in April of 2022. She served on staff at First Christian Church for 12 years and has also served as a medical assistant for Dr. Batie and Dr. Dudney. She feels honored to have been called to fill the position of Volunteer Coordinator which allows her to share in serving and getting others plugged in as well. Within her position, she has also worked as a mentor to first time moms and loves the relationships that she has built with them.
Shanda joined our staff in August of 2022, after a few months of training in consideration of opening her position. For over eight years, Shanda served overseas, primarily in Nepal and Africa, offering counsel to individuals in crisis situations. As our Community Connector, she offers tools that have proven effective in times of crises, weaving hope into every conversation. She loves being able to provide deeper, more connected resources to the families we serve and furthering community resource connections.
Sandra, RN, BSN
Sandy joined the PRC staff in October of 2016. She has enjoyed serving the women of Springfield as a Patient Services Coordinator, and, currently, as our Clinic Manager. Sandy graduated with a B.S. in Nursing from Cedarville University. Her experience lies in the field of women's health services, having worked both Labor & Delivery and in an OB/GYN office. She has a sincere heart for the women our clinic services, caring for women above and beyond with compassion and care.
Dave came to our staff in November of 2022 as our new Fatherhood Coordinator. Formerly serving as the Executive Director of West Central Community Correctional Facility, he retired in January 2022. He has a Bachelors in Sociology from Central State University and a Masters in Corrections from Xavier University. He has a heart for working with men dealing with life's difficulties, especially hoping to assist and mentor the men of our community as they begin their journey as fathers.
Taylor began her position at the PRC as Administrative Assistant in August 2021. Before taking on this role, she graduated first in her class at Graham High School in 2019, and then attended Wittenberg University for 2 years, majoring in Accounting. She enjoys completing financial and administrative tasks at the clinic, and loves seeing the faithfulness of donors that help make our services and resources available for our community. Along with her job here at the PRC, Taylor also works at Emmanuel Christian Academy in the Business Office.
Rani, RN, BSN
Rani began volunteering in 2018 as a Care Coordinator at the PRC. In 2019, she joined the team as the Staff Nurse. Rani started her role as Ultrasound Coordinator in 2023. She completed a B.S. in Nursing in 2005, and completed Limited OB Ultrasound training in 2020. She enjoys meeting with women in our community, introducing parents to their babies for the first time, and keeping in touch when they come back for baby supplies.
Sarah came to the PRC in January of 2016 as an intern, later graduating with an AAB in Medical Office Management from Clark State College. She joined our staff as Intake Coordinator in July of 2016. Being able to connect patients to agencies to best meet their needs is one of the things she enjoys most. Her favorite part of her position is being able to see renewed hope on women’s faces once they have been served by our clinic.
Adelaide came to the PRC as a volunteer Care Coordinator in June 2019. A year later, she came on staff as our Communications Coordinator. She earned a B.S. in Visual Communication Design from Grace College in 2019, with a minor in Marketing. She enjoys her role, thankful for an opportunity to communicate in person, online, in print, and through grants about an organization she is so passionate about. Occasionally, she also fills in as a Care Coordinator, thankful for the reminder of why we serve.