Caring Network is the first step for women facing an unplanned pregnancy.  We welcome women with unconditional love, counsel, and resources that offer the light of truth—changing hearts and saving lives.  Over time our team has honed its skills, so that we bring the very best tools into the crisis of an unplanned pregnancy—the latest in ultrasound technology and counselors skilled in intervention, addressing the complex issues that compel a mother to seek abortion as her answer.  In 37 years of ministry, Caring Network, a Christian non-profit organization, has been used by God to save tens of thousands of lives!

Our History

Making Birthdays Happen for 37 Years

In 1981, a group of DuPage County clergy and community leaders had a dream—to save lives and rescue moms by empowering women experiencing an unplanned pregnancy to choose life.  By providing women in crisis with emotional and spiritual support and practical help, this group of concerned Christians believed they could make a lasting difference in the lives of women and their families. This is how Caring Network Illinois was born.  First came a hotline answered in a mechanic’s garage, soon after a storefront office in Villa Park.

Over 37 years, other centers and critical services have been added until today, our counselors and medical team serve thousands of women and men each year in DuPage County and beyond.  Although much has changed in the decades that Caring Network has been ministering to families in our community, our mission has remained steadfastly the same. Caring Network is still committed to serve Christ by loving women in need unconditionally and saving the lives of their children. God is our leader and provider. We invite you to join us as we advance God’s kingdom by reaching and impacting more lives than ever before.

Ministry Values

Caring Network is committed to:
  • Present the Gospel in word and deed.
  • Help women choose life over abortion through practical assistance
  • Display integrity and earn trust in every interaction and service
  • Support and present adoption as a viable choice
  • Never discriminate on any basis in providing services to the community