A Voice For The Unborn
You’re Worth Waiting For!

Since 1986, the Pregnancy Resource Center has helped women cope with unplanned pregnancies and consider their alternatives in a compassionate, supportive environment with the help of trained peer counselors. The Resource Center was begun by caring individuals to provide Christian mercy to women in need. Services are offered free to anyone regardless of race, color, creed, national origin or religion.

The Pregnancy Resource Center offers adoption and counseling services, parenting classes, abortion alternatives, pregnancy testing, ultrasounds and more for Blount County and the surrounding counties.

If you think you might be pregnant, we’re here to help. Our nurses and counselors are trained to help you sort through the decisions you face and make the one that is best for you. But most of all, we listen.

We Understand and We Care.

The LORD also will be a refuge for the oppressed, a refuge in times of trouble. Psalms 9:9
Voice for the Unborn A Voice For The Unborn
Defense of all life: BCRL (Blount County Right to Life) members believe that all life– including life of unborn babies– is God-given, precious, and worthy of protection. We try to assist in the fight to protect life through public education... there
are two victims of an abortion– the unborn baby and his or her mother....

You’re Worth Waiting For!
Blount Nurses for Health Education, Inc.
Maryville, Tennessee
Blount Nurses for Health Education, Inc. (BNHE) is a non-profit organization based in Blount County, Tennessee. BNHE’s motto (professionals dedicated to providing vital medical information for healthier lives and better choices) summarizes our organization.
The government and the news media have tried to sell young people on “safe sex” through condom use. These programs have failed. Health officials and more and more young people now
realize that the ONLY completely safe sex is sex between a man and woman who share a truly monogamous marriage (a marriage in which each partner is sexually faithful to the other).

High school students who are abstinent, pregnant, or parenting serve as peer educators, sharing their own experiences and inspiring lessons learned with middle school students in hopes of preventing unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.  They encourage abstinence until AT LEAST graduating from high school and share information on a variety of topics such as teen pregnancy, STDs, relationships and dating, peer pressure, alcohol and drugs, and everyday challenges common to the teen scene.
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I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ.