Serving women and men in need in Marquette County
The Care Clinic was established in 1973. Our mission is to give emotional and material assistance to any woman facing a pregnancy. We are here for women who decide to parent, abort, or place their baby in adoption. We are also here for those women who have a negative pregnancy test and are at risk for a future unexpected pregnancy.
We have always offered our services at no charge. We also offer new and used baby clothing, maternity clothing, diapers, wipes and other items at no cost. We use an “Earn While You Learn” program so that clients can earn needed items by attending educational sessions.
Care Clinic became a Limited Medical Clinic with ultrasound capability in 2006. We also offer limited STI/STD testing and treatment at no charge. We established a Men's Mentoring Program in 2007 and are currently working on updating and expanding that program to give men the tools they need to be a supportive partner and attentive father.
Our Satellite locations in K.I. Sawyer, established in 2012, and Ishpeming, established in 2019, have sought to involve a wide variety of community volunteers and supporters with the purpose and intent of giving emotional and material assistance to any person needing support within any of the communities surrounding our three centers. Without the support of the communities of Marquette, Gwinn and Ishpeming, our centers would not be able to do what they do for the families within them.
We do not offer, recommend or refer for abortions or abortifacients, but are committed to offering accurate information about abortion procedures and risks.