The Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI) conducted studies and produced reports on the national impact of pro-life pregnancy centers across the United States in both 2018 and 2020 through its Legacy of Life and Love Series. The studies are a collaborative effort with the national network associations of Care Net, Heartbeat International, and the National Institute of Family and Life Advocates, or NIFLA.
2020 Video: Pregnancy Centers Stand the Test of Time
“Pregnancy centers exist to serve and support mothers in the courageous decision to give their children life, even under the most difficult circumstances. Each year they provide a multitude of free services, including excellent medical care, for millions of women and men. Eight in 10 people involved at pregnancy centers are volunteers, an extraordinary example of igniting points of light in the darkness. Their selflessness deserves to be affirmed and celebrated.”
– Chuck Donovan
2020: Pregnancy Centers Stand the Test of Time
Pregnancy centers, tried and true, remain beacons of help and hope in the midst of uncertainty. Through incredible advances in medical technology shining light on the earliest stages of life to a U.S. Supreme Court challenge (and victory) for basic free speech in 2019, to an unthought-of public health crisis, pregnancy centers stand the test of time.
2018: Half a Century of Life and Love
Pregnancy centers have grown into a global movement and remain “a testimony to love in action.” This report highlights the tremendous service contributions of pregnancy centers, several of the incredible life stories in which they have played a significant role, the numerous ways in which centers enhance maternal, women’s, and child health, and their massive contributions to family and community well-being in the United States.
State Impact Reports
Co-produced with Care Net