It is an honor and a grace for us to be the front line, receiving women facing an unplanned pregnancy. We understand we are called to speak with both courage and love to those who are often facing seemingly insurmountable challenges. We know abortion will not only kill her unborn child, but also leave her seriously wounded. We support her and help her as she finds answers to her concerns. We help her to see that abortion is not her only choice, no matter how much pressure she is experiencing. We are edified to walk with these heroic women, and men too, and witness the courage with which they often make the difficult and beautiful decision for life.

Our History

Wyandotte Pregnancy Clinic was established in 2007 as part of an initiative of Archbishop Joseph Naumann of the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas. He saw the need for a clinic in Wyandotte County that would provide services to women and families facing unplanned pregnancies. WPC is now a high volume clinic, and there has been a sharp decrease in abortions in Wyandotte County since the clinic opened.

WPC’s client base has continued to grow over time as it has become well established in the community. In 2019, WPC saw 562 new clients with total visits for the year of 1319. We perform over 500 sonograms a year and have been able to expand our services as the needs have changed and we strive to provide loving care and support to women, fathers and families.

In 2017, the Board of Directors for WPC saw a growing need to establish a clinic in southern Johnson County. The abortion rates were high in this county. After raising the funds, Olathe Pregnancy Clinic was opened in November 2018. OPC was established as part of the Wyandotte network of pregnancy clinics. The goal for OPC is to make it a high-volume clinic and reduce the abortions in Johnson County. OPC is patterned after her sister clinic, WPC. Since it opened in 2018, OPC has seen steady growth in women seeking the services that are provided. OPC has experienced a 125% increase in client visits compared to its first year and a 155% increase in pregnancy tests given in the same time frame. Sonograms are up 207%.  OPC joins with WPC in providing needed services to the women and families in the communities of the greater Kansas City area.

WPC and OPC work closely together in their efforts to save the lives of the unborn, while providing the services women and families need in uncertain times. We continue to develop additional services as needed to meet the needs of women, men and families.

We invite you to be a part of our history and work with us in saving the lives of the unborn and women from the trauma of abortion. Your donations of material items, prayer, time and financial support is the glue that holds us all together.