The Pregnancy Resource Center is also looking for an ultrasound technician to perform the tests in their office in Ruidoso.
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The Life-Way of Lincoln County Pregnancy Resource Center is in need of an ultrasound technician to help the Ruidoso office provide one of the many services available to pregnant women.
The center, which serves all of Lincoln County and Mescalero, also offers help for mothers or expectant mothers, who may need baby supplies for a period sometimes Uneven deliveries to grocery stores due to increased demand during the coronavirus pandemic.
Women don’t need to be clients or church affiliates, said Cathy Smokovich, one of the centre’s two administrators.
“Life-Way of Lincoln County is a non-profit pregnancy support center providing all kinds of assistance to people with unplanned pregnancies. All of our services are 100% confidential and everything is free,” said the founder Elizabeth Johns. “We currently offer pregnancy and STD testing, parenting classes, paternity mentoring, adoption referrals, community resource referrals, life skills training and postabortion recovery. .
“We are pro-life and help struggling moms and dads with the needs of babies and toddlers.”
The center aims to help people in need
Those services are still available, but Johns said on Friday that, especially around this time, they want families to discover the center and know that it has new or nearly new diapers, wipes and baby clothes and supplies.
“Our greatest need right now is for a sonographer, who would be paid to do limited ultrasounds as needed,” Johns said. “We have a new ultrasound machine, but we are struggling to find a qualified operator. This is very important, because more than 85% of pregnant women and girls decide to give life to the baby after having an ultrasound. “
Johns, founder and president, opened the center in October 2017, when the closest similar facility to Ruidoso was 80 km away. Today, Life-Way, which is not affiliated with any church or other organization, operates in a comfortable building with ample parking and easy access.
“Life-Way’s mission is to find someone in trouble, to be the friend they need, to help them walk a tough road and make a choice for life,” Johns said. “Everything we do is funded by donations.
“We hope to promote our services to Mescalero and other areas of Lincoln County.”
With generous support from individuals, businesses and local churches, the Lincoln County Life-Way Pregnancy Support Center is able to provide free, no obligation, no income limits, diapers, baby wipes and clothing in limited sizes, said Smokovich. The center has plenty of 0-6 month diapers, wipes and more to offer to mothers in need. she said.
Free services offered
The center offers advice, guidance and resources to help women and men of all ages facing the physical, emotional and socio-economic challenges of unwanted pregnancy, find hope and practical help.
According to previous information from the center, the term “limited ultrasound” is used because the center does not offer antenatal care, but statistics show that if a woman sees the baby, she is more likely to survive.
The services include:
- Confirm Pregnancy: Determining and confirming pregnancy is the very first step. We offer 10% free confidential pregnancy tests. There is no obligation to participate in any other service.
- Be Knowledgeable and Prepared: Life-Way of Lincoln County is committed to acquiring and providing clients with accurate information about pregnancy wellness, adoption, and the risks of abortion.
- A community resource for new and expecting mothers: The center is the go-to place in the community to receive parenting resources and even job skills.
- Newborn care course, pregnancy and STD testing, limited ultrasound scans, peer counseling, practical and vocational training assistance, parenting course, where participants earn baby items for their participation, referral to community resources, paternity mentoring, adoption referral and peer counseling after postabortion grief.
For more information about the center, visit or check out the website at www.Life-Way.org. The phone number is 575-315-2500. Hours of operation are 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday to Friday, or by appointment.
The center is located at 270 A. Country Club Drive, Ruidoso. Find the center online at Life-Way.org and on Facebook.