help center

Reaching and loving women who are having pregnancy difficulties.

Eagle Mountain Pregnancy Center is an organization that First Baptist Church Lakeside is proud to support. This Christian-based, non-profit organization provides counseling and assistance for women and families having difficulty facing pregnancy.

The pregnancy center is a pro-life, abstinence-only organization and counsels accordingly. Assistance is provided during and after pregnancy…including pregnancy testing, assistance with baby/maternity needs and spiritual guidance counseling.

Eagle Mountain Pregnancy Help Center is located at
10328 Jacksboro Hwy. For assistance or to volunteer, feel free to contact the center at 817-237-1819.

The following are services provided by the center:
• Free pregnancy tests
• Weekly Bible Study
• Biblical Parenting Skills Training
• Abstinence education
• Referrals to Medicaid
• Baby and maternity supplies
• Counseling
• Spiritual Support

How can you help?

One-on-one communication with EMPHC clients. Counselors will be trained. Give us a call for more information.
C.A.R.E. Volunteer
Receptionist, greeting clients, answering phones, assisting in supply room.
Store Help
Working in the ‘baby store’ assisting women picking out items for themselves and their babies and sorting through and cleaning donated merchandise.
Church Liaison
Keeping church members aware of events and needs of EMPHC.
Special Events Volunteers
Assist with greeting guests, prepare and serve food, and clean up after events.
Building Maintenance
General maintenance: plumbing, electrical, carpentry,     yard work, etc.
Prayer Warriors
Needed for special prayer requests.
Other Needs
Financial support, diapers and wipes, baby clothes 0-2T, maternity clothes, baby furniture, strollers, office supplies, paper goods, and resource materials.

Community Partners Card

Call or stop by the Center for your Community Partners card. Present it to your cashier when checking out at certain grocery stores and a portion of your grocery bill will be donated to the Eagle Mountain Pregnancy Help Center.