25 Years of Saving Babies

Florida’s largest network of pro-life pregnancy centers is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.

Community Pregnancy Clinics (CPCI) started in Naples as one of the 13 original crisis pregnancy centres in the U.S. It began in 1974 as Emergency Pregnancy Service (ESP), reaching out to abortion-minded women via the Naples Daily News. In 1984, the growing organisation moved next to a Planned Parenthood.

ESP changed its name to Collier Pregnancy Center in 2000 and opened its first satellite clinic in Fort Myers in 2007, finally becoming Community Pregnancy Clinics (CPCI).

It has grown to five medical clinics and two mobile medical clinics that have helped 23,000 moms choose life.

In 2023 alone, CPCI saved 1,552 babies from abortion. God bless them!