Offering Hope and a Future

Current Donation Policy

We are always accepting material donations of diapers, wipes, formula, and new clothing items, which may be delivered to our center during regular office hours.

Faithfully Serving Clients

More than 12,000 client visits since 2006!

A New Location!

We are thrilled to be settled into our new location at 402 Monroe Street in downtown Carthage, NC.  We’re currently open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9am to 3pm.

Why Your Investment Matters

$1,400 will pay for 1 mo. mortgage
$300 will sponsor 1 ultrasound
$95 will sponsor 1 client visit
$30 will sponsor 1 pregnancy test

Keep Up-to-Date

Click here to read our most recent newsletter from October 1st, 2021, which includes client testimonials and more ways to partner with Life Care!

THE ABORTION CRISIS

One in three women in the United States experience abortion firsthand. In North Carolina almost 20,000 babies are lost to abortion each year. Abortion is everywhere. Let’s change that.

GET INVOLVED

Roll up your sleeves and be a part of the fight for life. Make an impact for Christ in our community. Take a stand against abortion and help women in need. With a job this big, there’s a lot to do. Jump on in.

DONATE TO LIFE

Contribute with cash, investments, or donations of baby or mommy items.  Your help makes a significant impact: bringing LIFE and Christ to Moore County. Give a gift and make a difference two lives at a time.

Hear what clients are saying about Life Care:

“They do all they can and are so helpful.” “I liked the prayer after the ultrasound. It was like a mother’s blessing.” "Caring and genuine." “My appointment at LCPC lowered my stress level greatly and I finally feel hopeful and happy about my baby.” “Life Care provided options for me so I am less afraid.” “The staff gave me this: this is the first day since I found out I was pregnant that I haven’t felt depressed and hopeless.” “Honestly every need I had was met, I couldn’t be more thankful.” "The women here are supporting and loving.” “What I like best? The non-judgmental help to mothers.”