The reason we exist is to help you. 
Give us a chance. 
Our trained, experienced counselors 
are here and ready to listen on
Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays from 1-4, 
Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 6:30-8:30,
and Saturdays by appointment - just ask.
  SPCC is at 704 Sumner Avenue (Rt.83) in Springfield.
I-91N or S, Rt.83 exit, 3/4 mile east of Forest Park.
Click for an interactive map 
and door-to-door driving directions.
About Us
The Springfield Pregnancy Care Center was started in 1985 
for the sole purpose of assisting women with the challenges 
involved in an unplanned pregnancy. 

You may be confused, anxious, afraid, sick... 
You may feel alone, abandoned... 
Do you need help sorting out your feelings? 
Or someone to calm your fears?

Maybe you need answers to your questions
                      - accurate, objective information.
Or maybe you just need someone to talk to,
                      someone compassionate and not judgmental.

For more than 30 years now, our caring, trained counselors 
have been helping women, young and not-so-young, 
women from every background.   Let us help you.

Call or email us. Come in alone or bring a trusted friend, 
a boyfriend, husband, parent or other relative. 

All of our services are free and confidential. 
Since we do not perform or refer for abortions, 
we have no financial interest in your decision 
and are able to counsel from an unbiased position.

Email us , call 413 732-2006, or make plans today for a visit.
"I couldn't believe it when I found out I was pregnant. I was 17 and pretty scared. I went to SPCC with a lot of questions and found the women there very kind and easy to talk to. They were straightforward and I felt like they told me the truth. They also had plenty of literature available that I could read or take with me if I felt I 
needed more privacy. I was glad I went."  ~ J
Because sometimes you just need someone to talk to...
704 Sumner Avenue, Springfield, MA 01108
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