Coastal Pregnancy Center | Eastern North Carolina Now

Mission: CPC exists to support and nurture babies and their families by providing abortion alternatives to those facing unplanned pregnancies, post-abortion healing, and abstinence education with the hope of transforming lives through the grace of Jesus Christ.

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    Mission and Values:

    Mission: CPC exists to support and nurture babies and their families by providing abortion alternatives to those facing unplanned pregnancies, post-abortion healing, and abstinence education with the hope of transforming lives through the grace of Jesus Christ.

    Values: Spirit-led; Gospel-centered; Operational & Spiritual Integrity; Unity of Heart & Purpose; Collaborative

    Calling and History:

    "And honest princes will rule under him...like a shelter from the wind and a refuge from the storm..." Isaiah 32:1-2 NLT

    1988: CPC opened its doors with the hope of providing women with life alternatives to abortion through the provision of financial and emotional support under the leadership of a paid Director.

    2015: CPC expanded its operations to include medically verified pregnancy tests and first trimester ultrasounds under the supervision of a volunteer Medical Director and Nurse Manager.

    2016: CPC expanded its staffing to include a paid Center Manager (Diann Otten).

    2020-2022: CPC expanded its programs for fathers. CPC expanded staffing to include a paid Nurse Manager (Julie Joyner, RN) and a Center Assistant (Rev. Annie Norman) who transitioned into a Client Services Director.

    2023: CPC expanded services into Martin County through a Mobile Medical Clinic. CPC increased operational space to 4,000+ square feet by expanding into the space adjoining its current location (located in the Food Lion shopping center).

    Ministry Model: A Shelter Raised Up!

    The Problem - Abortion is culturally presented as a simple solution to unplanned pregnancy, resulting in the continual mass destruction of pre-born human life and the devastation of human hearts suffering from post-abortion trauma.

    The Solution - We meet the abortion-vulnerable woman directly at her point of need through options education and life-affirming support. We minister post-abortion healing and educate on God's design for sex within a marriage union.

  • INTERVENTION: Pregnancy Tests; Ultrasounds; Options Education; Pre-natal Vitamins; On-going support
  • PREVENTION: Fertility Awareness Education
  • RESTORATION: Christ-centered Post-Abortion Recovery
  • LIFE-CHANGING DISTINCTIVES:
  • Children are spared abortion and given life.
  • Parents are empowered to be successful through an adoption or parenting plan.
  • Clients can experience the love, healing, and salvation of Jesus Christ.
  • Singles are encouraged to make healthy decisions concerning their sexuality from a biblical worldview.

    Success Indicators and Expansion Goals:

    Success Indicators: 2021 2022

    Total Appointments 458 562

    Pregnancy Test/Ultrasound Appts. 56 78

    Salvation Decision 6 3

    *In 2023, 11 women at risk for abortion have chosen life! 9/2/2023

    "When asked, "What did you like best about this center?" one client stated--The amount of respect and care they show as soon as you walk through the door is beautiful...everything is perfect here. I would not change a single thing.


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