• Welcome to carenetofscranton.com:
    the new website for our supporters,
     volunteers, and staff. If you don't
    believe in miracles, perhaps you've
    forgotten you are one.

    Special thanks to Meg Grimm for taking the
    time to share her voice regarding the
     issue of LIFE!
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  • Care Net of Scranton is holding the Second
    Annual Essay Contest for students in
    Grades 7-12. The theme for this year's
    contest is "Life Without Me".

     Contest deadline is March 19, 2014.  

    Click here for more information.
    2014 Essay Contest
We are...
  • A caring environment of trained volunteer peer counselors; we offer pregnancy tests, prenatal development information, parenting classes, education on abortion procedures and risks, counseling for post-abortion, abstinence and pregnancy-options.
  • A pregnancy support ministry providing ongoing emotional support, maternity and baby clothing, and referrals for medical care and other related community services.

 

 

Our mission...
Care Net of Scranton…
  • brings compassionate help and hope to women who are unprepared for pregnancy.
  • presents sexual abstinence as a positive lifestyle for singles.
  • provides opportunities for healing and restoration to those who have been hurt by abortion and.
  • presents Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.

 

 

If you need help...
  • Your needs are important to us. We are here to listen to your concerns and questions about pregnancy, abortion, STDs, and related issues. All of our services are free and confidential. Know for sure! Know your options!
  • If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy, looking for pregnancy help, have questions or would like to talk with a counselor, please call us at (570) 207-1907. Also visit our client website at carenetofscranton.org, or find us on Facebook.

 

 

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Care Net of Scranton, located at 310 Adams Avenue, is a non-profit (501-C3) organization.  CareNet provides a caring environment of trained volunteer peer counselors who offer pregnancy tests, prenatal development information, parenting education, education on abortion procedures and risks, abstinence counseling, and counseling regarding pregnancy options.  The Center offers ongoing emotional support; referrals for medical care and other related community services, plus material support including maternity and baby clothing items, formula, diapers and nursery furnishings for newborns.