Get Involved for Life supports the work of three unique ministries in Dallas, Texas – with one heart for serving women and their families.
Established in 1994 and located in the heart of Downtown Dallas, the Downtown Pregnancy Center (DPC) offers women who find themselves in unplanned pregnancies an alternative to abortion. The DPC has a proven track record of success in reaching women with the hope of the Gospel and help in Jesus’ name.
The DPC offers the following services to clients at no charge:
Uptown Women’s Center (UWC) was created out of the Downtown Pregnancy Center’s desire to offer culturally relevant health and wellness services to collegiate and young professional women in Dallas. The UWC is a converted home in Uptown that provides sexual health and wellness resources and classes in a spa-like surrounding.
The UWC is a health and wellness center addressing the whole woman – her physical, emotional and spiritual health, established to specifically meet the needs of the collegiate and young professional woman. Topics addressed vary and cover items such as:
Sonograms on Site is a unique “traveling bus” ministry providing on-the-spot ultrasound and counseling services to women considering abortion. Sonograms on Site’s characteristics and services include:
Services On Site are provided by SOS (Sonograms on Site) through the invitation of campus and community medical personnel. Services are provided by a Registered Nurse and trained Involved for Life, Inc staff.
By partnering with Involved for Life, you are supporting the critical, compassionate work that each of these ministries is doing in the community each and every day.
“I was single. I was pregnant. And, I didn’t know what to do. People around me were telling me to abort.” But Samaria hit the internet looking for someone to help her with her pregnancy. “The Downtown Pregnancy Center welcomed... Read More.
Worried. Anxious. Undecided . All these words described LaTisha as she “googled” to find a place where she could talk to someone about her unplanned pregnancy. She had miscarried the year before and felt there was no way she could... Read More.
When the nurse performed the ultrasound, the scan showed a very small developing preborn that was just six weeks old. Then the baby’s heartbeat came up on the screen, and the tears began to flood down her face. Joy found... Read More.