Planned Parenthood's largest abortion clinic in Texas now has a pro-life pregnancy center as its new neighbor.
The Prestonwood Pregnancy Center opened its new southwest Dallas location to provide free services, such as ultrasounds, childbirth classes, and counseling to women and couples facing an unplanned pregnancy.
Director of the new location, Leanne Jamieson, said the pregnancy center exists to provide mothers with the support they need and "meet these women where they are."
"An unplanned pregnancy is one of the greatest challenges a woman can face, especially during a time of economic hardship like the one we are living through," said Jamieson. "Our mission is to... let [women] know they are not walking this road alone."
Since the move, the new Dallas center has reported a 50% increase in clients, with 90% choosing to keep their baby.
Pastor Jack Graham and Prestonwood Baptist Church launched the pregnancy center in 1991 in order to provide women an alternative to abortion.
"I truly believe this relocation is the greatest opportunity we've had in our 29 years of operating to offer hope where it's been lost, to offer a better choice that leads to life instead of death and to show grace and love at the very moment when many women are their greatest need," Graham said.