Hope Connections Pregnancy Resource Center
In 2006, Western Williamson County had approximately 350,000 residents, five high schools and a community college. What Williamson County did not have was a pregnancy resource center.
Prayer warriors recognized the deficiency and began offering petitions. Within months, the Hope Connections Pregnancy Resource Center garnered enough community and financial support to secure a location. Shortly thereafter – August 1, 2007 to be exact – Hope Connections opened our doors. It’s not uncommon for new centers to be without clients for a few months. But the need here was evident; Leander’s center had clients before we ever opened our doors.
The center’s quick opening and early success is a testament to God’s intervention. Everything from building materials to office equipment and furniture was either donated or provided at steep discounts. Hope Connections is here to offer help, hope, and healing at a time when women may feel the most vulnerable. All of our services are free and completely confidential. We offer opportunities to prepare women (and their families) physically, emotionally, and spiritually for the birth of their child. In addition, we serve families who have children in need.