Can YOU help break down the language barrier?

Together, as we welcome more and more refugees to Prestonwood Pregnancy Center, one major barrier to providing effective care is language.

While most international clients speak some English, many become lost and confused when speaking in-depth about their pregnancy options, or trying to understand medical terminology.

We are building our team of bilingual volunteers who can help break down the language barriers and ensure that these vulnerable women and their partners receive the best possible care and counsel. We need help in many areas, including answering phones, interpreting during counseling sessions, as well as translating our website and other resources.

If you are fluent in a second language and have a heart for people who are facing the crisis of an unplanned pregnancy, then YOU could help meet this urgent need. For more information, or to apply to volunteer, please contact Catherine Triplett: 972-386-4015 or

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