Our Impact In 2022
Abortion In 2022
At Community Pregnancy Clinics, we believe that our hearts know the truth of who we truly are. We have all been made unique and unrepeatable; we have immeasurable value and worth. Once our heart has been given permission and space to know this at a deeply personal level, we are then able to courageously live out the life we were created for.
That is why at CPCI, we exist to reveal the heart’s voice. We do this by offering care, compassion, and choices to our clients. We equip them through caring support, on-going resources, and the education they need in order to be incredible parents. No matter what difficulties they may be facing, we exist to make hope possible. In every CPCI location, our staff creates an inviting space that allows our clients to let down their walls and see all that is available to them. By reflecting their value back to them through our actions, environment, and incredibly compassionate care, only then can they recognize the truth that’s been inside them all along: the truth that they were created to love and be loved.
Since 1974, what started as a volunteer-run ministry has now grown into a statewide medical organization that saves, on average, over one thousand babies from abortion every year. With five brick-and-mortar clinics, and two Mobile Medical Clinics, CPCI is revolutionizing the world of pregnancy and reproductive healthcare by providing life-affirming solutions to real-world problems, saving thousands of lives as a result.
Provided in 2021
We are blessed by strong leaders and team members who oversee the day to day operations of our medical clinics throughout Florida. We are guided by a wise board of directors.
Scott Baier, CEO
Scott Baier assumed the role of CEO at Community Pregnancy Clinics in June of 2021. He is originally from upstate New York and now resides in Estero, FL with his wife, Rachel, and five children. Before coming to CPCI, Scott served our country as a non-commissioned officer (Army Intelligence) in both Germany and Bosnia-Hercegovina, followed by several years in the seminary, and later twenty-three years in Catholic education.
Scott brings an extensive list of skill sets, particularly leadership in non-profit management. “I believe in CPCI’s mission because we each day we try to be Christ’s hands and voice, not only for the families we serve, but for the greater good of our world. We are conscious of the words of St. John Paul II, “The future of humanity passes through the family!”