Services and Resources


Through Hill Country Pregnancy Center's many services, we hope to bring better physical, emotional, and spiritual health to our community. These services are Christ-centered and supported by the generosity of volunteers and donors.

Health Services


HCPCC offers free and confidential services such as pregnancy tests, STD testing and treatment for men and women, sonograms and prenatal vitamins. The center also provides referrals for adoption and maternity housing, shelters and emergency care and more extensive medical services.


HCPCC's services are administered by our knowledgeable staff and are available free of cost to any member of our community, regardless of age, race or religion.

Community Education


Our outreach programs strive to promote wellbeing in members of our community who are struggling or potentially at risk.


The center provides education presentations for schools or youth groups that cover topics such as fetal development, STD risks, dating violence, abstinence and healthy relationships.


We also offer services for women who have undergone abortions. These include Bible studies, support and counseling.

Prenatal & Parenting Classes


HCPCC attends to both the spiritual and physical needs of pre- and post-natal women.


The center offers crisis pregnancy intervention and support, as well as prenatal and childbirth classes. Our lay counselors offer loving support to our clients and encourage them to make informed decisions about their pregnancies.


We also provide parenting classes for those who would like to build their parenting skills. These classes are part of our Heart to Heart program, which allows clients to earn baby needs such as cribs, car seats, clothing and diapers.

The Hill Country Pregnancy Care Center strives to promote wellbeing and educate both our clients and the greater community.


We have provided quick links to reliable sources for those wanting to learn more about sexual and prenatal health. 


If you have questions or would like more information, please feel free to contact us.

Medical Links & Resources

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)
Pregnancy & Baby Development