Upper Pinellas Pregnancy Support Services

(UPPSS)        

An Outreach Ministry of St Ignatius of Antioch Roman Catholic Church  

715 East Orange Street Tarpon Springs , FL : 34689 

727-937-4304

Open: Mon-Wed-Fri  9:30am -12noon & Tuesday eve 7-9pm

Center located 80 North Walton Ave Tarpon Springs, FL  

EMAIL OUR PREGNANCY CENTER

 

 

Our Mission Statement:

 

UPPSS is an outreach ministry of St. Ignatius of Antioch Church that extends the love of Christ to women who face the challenges of pregnancy and motherhood.  We are dedicated to helping women make informed choices by providing information, encouragement, support, and material assistance. 

What We Do:

 

UPPSS provides crisis pregnancy counseling, support during and after pregnancy, information about fetal development, abortion, adoption, parenting, abstinence, chastity, natural family planning, post abortion counseling among many other needs of our cherished mothers.

We offer material assistance in the form of maternity and infant clothing, cribs, strollers, formula, diapers and other baby items.

We make referrals to other community programs and resources.

All services are free of charge.

 

How you can support the Center:   

Become a volunteer- Training Provided

Donate baby items you no longer need. 

Pray for our volunteers and the moms we serve.

Spread the word that we are here to help!  

 

SOME LINKS YOU MIGHT WANT TO CHECK:

 

Post Abortion Healing

Rachel's Vineyard

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Petersburg Project Rachel Services

 

Adoption

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of St. Petersburg Adoption Services

 

Natural Family Planning

United States Catholic Council of Bishops NFP

 

A Great Parenting Link

Teach More Love More

 

Additional Pregnancy Services

Pregnancy Centers Org

 

 

We must increase our social concern

not only for the unborn child,

but also for his parents,

his mother first and foremost,

if the arrival of her child  has

pitted her against troubles and

worries with which she seems unable to cope”

 Pope John Paul II  

 Homily in Poland June, 1991

 

 


 





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