We are a non-profit pregnancy clinic. Our medical personnel and trained care coordinators are ready to serve you and answer any questions you may have. We are committed to providing you with everything you need to make an informed decision. We believe women and men have a right to get accurate information from a resource that will not profit from choices they make. All of our services are confidential and free of charge. We do not provide or refer for abortions. We do not profit from any of your sexual health or pregnancy decisions. Making an appointment helps us ensure there will be someone available to serve you. For the past 33 years, thousands of women have come to us for information and support as they face the possibility of an unplanned pregnancy.
Our funding comes from individual donors, churches and grants. We do not apply for federal funding. While monthly giving allows you to be committed to our mission, we accept credit cards, cash and checks as forms of support.
The Pregnancy Resource Clinic of Clark County is a Christ-centered organization that provides trusted care, support, and resources to all people regarding pregnancy and sexual health.
The Pregnancy Resource Clinic is the premier provider of at-risk pregnancy services in Clark County, seeking to influence the community culture by honoring Christ and valuing life.
Gail has lived in Springfield for 35 years and has been married to her husband, Reed, for 39 years. They have raised three children and love spending time with their three grandkids.
God called Gail to the PRC as the evening supervisor in 2012. She then assumed the positions of Client Services Coordinator, Volunteer Coordinator, Development & Outreach Coordinator, now serving as Executive Director for her second year. Her passion for life and this community is evident as she leads and cares for this vital ministry in Springfield.
Gail enjoys time spent with family, traveling to new places and quiet times at the lake.
SANDRA TAYLOR, RN, BSN
Sandy was born and raised in Muskegon, on the shores of Lake Michigan. She graduated with a B.S. in Nursing from Cedarville University and joined the PRC staff in October of 2016. Having experienced the healing and hope of abundant life, she is passionate about sharing that hope with others.
Sandy loves time spent with family and friends.
NICOLE PATCH, RN
Nicole grew up in Milford Center, Ohio. She came to Springfield as an RN from the Community Hospital School in 2002. She and her husband of seventeen years have three children. She toured the PRC and fell in love with its mission and vision and began serving as a Care Coordinator in 2011. She was then trained to be a Volunteer Nurse Sonographer in 2012, and came on staff as Ultrasound Coordinator. She is honored to be able to show new moms their babies for the first time.
Nicole enjoys taking walks with her family, chatting over coffee with friends, reading and baking.
RANI MASSER, RN, BSN
Rani has called Ohio “home” since she graduated from Cedarville University with a B.S. in Nursing in 2005. After thirteen years in a pediatric hospital setting, she began looking for a clinic setting. Rani volunteered for a year as a Care Coordinator at the PRC, then came on as Staff Nurse in the summer of 2019.
Rani, her husband, and two children are active in their church. She enjoys cooking, coffee, and reading.
Taylor was born in Springfield, Ohio and has lived in Urbana for about 15 years. She began pursuing her degree at Wittenberg University in 2019 after graduating from Graham High School. During the same year, she began working in the Business Office at Emmanuel Christian Academy which uncovered her love for Accounting. In 2021, God called her to serve at the PRC. Taylor began her position that August, and loves being able to serve her community and being a part of a ministry she’s passionate about.
She loves God, her family, and her dogs, vacationing at the beach in the summer, desserts, painting, and flowers.
Sarah grew up in Urbana, Ohio. She came to the PRC in January of 2016 as an Intern from Clark State, graduating with an AAB in Medical Office Management. As Intake Coordinator, she loves being able to connect patients to agencies who can help meet their needs. Her favorite part of her job is seeing renewed hope on women’s faces after they have been seen here!
She loves singing for The Lord, her family and her church, chocolate, flowers, birds, and honeybees.
Lori grew up in Springfield, Ohio. She and her husband, Dave, have two grown sons and a granddaughter. She graduated from the University of Akron with her B.S. in Personnel Management. Lori became involved at the PRC in 2014, serving as a Care Coordinator for three years. As her passion for this ministry grew, she accepted a staff position of Volunteer Coordinator in 2017. Lori loves serving the community in this capacity. Family is a blessing and children are a gift. This belief and passion is what makes working at the clinic so awe-inspiring.
She enjoys loving her family, doing crafts, and simply spending time in nature.
Development and Outreach Coordinator
Addy was born and raised in Springfield, Ohio and has a heart for the community she’s grown to know and love. After a year of volunteering as a Care Coordinator at the Pregnancy Resource Clinic, she stepped into her new role as Development and Outreach Coordinator in June of 2020. She earned her B.S. in Visual Communication Design with a minor in Marketing from Grace College and Theological Seminary, Winona Lake, Indiana.
She loves her God, her family and friends, deep conversations, sugar, a long walk and a good book.