Pregnancy Support Center invites YOU to join us in our mission of serving moms and babies in our area. The need is great and together we can not only give moms hope for a bright future, save precious babies from abortion and help families in need with physical, emotional and spiritual guidance. YOU will make a difference.
Serving women and babies born and unborn, in Dodge County by offering support, guidance and education in times of physical, emotional and spiritual need.
As instruments of our Lord Jesus Christ, we provide an environment of unconditional love with the utmost confidentiality for women and children in crisis.
Work with members in your community and make a difference
Find out how you can help PCSDC give hope and help to moms facing a challenging pregnancy
Each day we work to change lives, but we can not do this important work alone. We need your help. Our only support is from people like you who give in many ways to make a difference and build strong families right here at home.
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Pregnancy Support Center of Dodge County has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for moms in challenging pregnancy situations in order to sanctify life and to provide the support needed to move from crisis to profound joy.
Find out about us and how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and time.
Join us as we share our mission with you .
You can support us in a number of ways.
See our upcoming events and fundraisers ...get involved and see how you can help us to help others.
Join our team of Life Supporters! You can give monthly or a one time donation below.
Pregnancy Support Center is looking for volunteers to counsel and care for young moms and dads.
Training sessions being held on Wednesdays from 5-7.
Volunteers also needed for :
920-219-9351 for more information.
those in crisis
PSCDC Welcomes Krys Crawley
Our new Executive Director, Krys Crawley, is founder and Executive Director of Life's
Connection, a life and loss resource and medical center in the Archdiocese of
Milwaukee, with two locations. As Executive Director, Krys manages fundraising and
oversees all aspects of center development along with a 7-member Board of Directors.
After consecration to the Blessed Mother, Krys's medical profession and work within crisis care led her to crisis pregnancy mission work. She is a Life Affirming Specialist who directs Life's Connection, and was past manager of two crisis pregnancy medical centers in Milwaukee. She professionally trains pregnancy counselors and nurses in ultrasound for over 35 CPCs nationwide.
Krys developed a Chastity Decisions Club that is being implemented in Catholic middle schools in Milwaukee. She is also co-writer of Sonia's Law which was signed into Wisconsin law in 2013 by Governor Scott Walker. Sonya's Law requires that abortion clinics give a woman seeking an abortion a choice to see an ultrasound of their child.
She is a member of American Registry of Medical Sonographers, and serves as the Chairperson of St. James Human Concerns Committee, Board Member of Mukwonago Catastrophic Fund, and has initiated community programs such as the Six Decisions for Middle School program for her community.
Krys lives in Mukwonago Wisconsin with her husband and 4 children. She loves opening doors to Christ's love by sharing stories of miracles and hope she witnesses in her mission.