Master Provisions Team

Non-Profit Spotlight: New Hope Center

We are thrilled to kick off the new year by spotlighting a local non-profit that is offering help, hope, and love to those facing unplanned pregnancy. New Hope Center is a place where women find the resources, support, and parenting skills they need during an extremely sensitive time. We learned more about New Hope Center’s four locations (Crestview Hills, Covington, Falmouth, and Alexandria) from Lori Broomhead, Client Services & Marketing Director.  

What does New Hope Center do? 

A positive pregnancy test is a life-changing moment for a woman and her partner. New Hope Center provides no-cost services to women and men facing an unplanned pregnancy. We offer pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, parenting classes, adoption referrals, emotional and material support (diapers, clothing, childcare accessories), and abstinence education for teens. We also have after-abortion care for women who have experienced the pain of abortion. All services are non-judgmental, free and confidential. 


How do women benefit from your services? 

Our center offers a “door of hope” for women seeking answers, options, and resources. The first thing a woman facing an unplanned pregnancy needs to know is that she is not alone. We are honest and explain that pregnancy, adoption, or parenting may not be easy, but she can still pursue her dreams and we will walk the journey with her.  


How many people do you help each year? 

In 2019, New Hope Center provided 4,343 services. 111 babies were born to our clients. We gave out more than 15,000 diapers. 845 parenting and life skills classes were taken. 179 pregnancy tests and 115 ultrasounds were given. Plus, 8,200+ students and adults were educated about abstinence.  


What are the greatest needs of the organization? 

We always have a need for newborn diapers, new baby socks, onesies, and diaper rash cream. Cash donations also help since we receive our funding through individual and corporate donors, churches, grants, and fundraising events.  

A wide range of volunteer opportunities are available at the center including mentors, nurses, physicians, ultrasound techs, and office support.  

Where can I find out more information about New Hope Center? 

Our client website is The donor and volunteer website is For more information call 859.341.0766. The Crestview Hills office is located at 228 Thomas More Parkway. 

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