Serving Boston Since 1984

Boston Center for Pregnancy Choices first opened its doors in 1984 with a simple goal in mind: Help individuals make informed decisions about unplanned or unwanted pregnancies, and provide support after those decisions are made. BCPC is a faith-based organization committed to being non-judgmental and non-denominational.  Over the past 39 years, we have been fortunate enough to help thousands of people in a wide variety of situations and circumstances.

Our commitment to our clients extends to several areas:

  1. We serve anyone who comes through our doors looking for help, regardless of age, race, income, nationality, religious affiliation, disability, or any other arbitrary distinction.
  2. Each and every client is treated with respect, kindness, and compassion, and any question asked of our staff is given a thoughtful, honest and open answer.

Our clients’ well-being is of the utmost importance, and we take their thoughts and feelings into consideration at all times. We understand that confidentiality is crucial to clients, and that information is held in strict and absolute confidence. Disclosure of client information is only appropriate when required by law or when necessary to protect the well-being of the client or others. Any pregnancy test distributed and/or administered is done in accordance with all applicable laws.

Clients are presented with accurate information regarding the following:

  • Pregnancy
  • Fetal development
  • Lifestyle issues
  • Any other related concerns that could factor into their ultimate decision

While BCPC does not offer, recommend, or refer for abortions; we do provide accurate information about abortion procedures and risks for our clients’ consideration.

Perhaps most importantly, the entirety of our staff and volunteers always receive proper training to uphold the high standards we hold for ourselves and are committed to the providing the truthful, honest services presented in our advertisements and communications.

Contact us to learn more about services today.