Communities and individuals differ in the type and timing of assistance they are looking for. To best support these unique needs, PCC offers five different levels of engagement.
- General information and educational resources are available on our website. Check out the booklets available for download here.
- Starting a pregnancy care centre. At this stage, individuals or groups connect to learn more about starting a pregnancy care centre in their community. Learn more here.
- Registered centres have initiated the steps to establish a pregnancy care centre but are not yet providing client care. Upon signed agreement with Pregnancy Care Canada’s core documents and payment of a registration fee, registered centres have access to coaching support, PCC communications, and an exclusive resource website.
- Affiliated centres have established a pregnancy care centre and are providing client care. They have indicated agreement with PCC standards of affiliation, which include the agreement with PCC’s core documents. Affiliated centres have access to all PCC training (conferences, webinars, printed materials), centre leadership support, and PCC’s exclusive resource website.
- Accredited centres have successfully completed the Next Level Centre Accreditation process and have provided objective evidence of operational excellence in twelve areas of foundational standards. Accredited centres are awarded a seal of accreditation and have access to all PCC training (conferences, webinars, printed materials), centre leadership support, and PCC’s exclusive resource website. Learn more here.