KENNETT SQUARE—Chester County Women’s Services (CCWS), your local Crisis Pregnancy Medical Care Center, is moving their Kennett Square office to 203 South Walnut Street.
The current Kennett Square office is well-established, but the services and needs have outgrown the current facility.
“God has called us to a new location where we can do more; and serve more,” stated Executive Director, Myriam Ruager. “We are so thankful for the many years of support from Bob Walton, Migrant Ministries, and all those who faithfully worked alongside the ministry since opening in Kennett Square in 2013.”
On Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, 2020, CCWS will be hosting an Open House at the new location. The Open House will run from 9 am to 3 pm, and is open to everyone in the community. The ribbon cutting-ceremony will take place at 12 pm. Guests are invited to stop by (no reservation required) to tour the space, learn about the services offered, and enjoy some refreshments.
“Please join us as we thank God for this answer to prayer. This new space is going to transform many lives. We want to hank God for all the good He has done and is going to do there”, Ruager stated. “We need the support of our community to continue to forge ahead in our mission of educating and empowering women and their families to make life-affirming choices.”
Just last year, CCWS served 3,880 women and families with medical and educational visits throughout Chester County. The medical services include pregnancy tests, limited-ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and proof of pregnancy. Educational visits include abortion facts and alternatives, sexual integrity information, adoption guidance, post-abortion healing, anger management, homeless prevention support, and parenting and discipline support. CCWS also assists with community referrals and client-earned material assistance.
CCWS is a Pregnancy Care Medical Center that exists to educate and empower individuals and their families to make life-affirming choices. All services are 100% free and offered in both English and Spanish.
Families are supported physically, emotionally, and financially through basic pregnancy care, parenting education, peer counseling, a homeless prevention program and community referrals. Offices are located in Coatesville, Kennett Square and West Chester. CCWS is a 501c(3) non-profit organization that is 90 percent volunteer-based and operates 100 percent on donations from individuals, churches and businesses. To learn more, please visit www. ccws medicalinf o. org or call 610.383.0930