Mission Statement of PCS
To counsel and support individuals and families through the challenges associated with pregnancy or pregnancy loss.
Vision Statement of PCS
That Individuals and families affected by pregnancy or pregnancy loss have access to information, emotional support and practical help, that is relevant to their needs.
Values of PCS
• We listen to, respect and support all those who are affected by pregnancy;
• We show deep empathy, compassion and genuineness to those who call us;
• We apply and integrate a principled approach to counselling.
Who is Pregnancy Counselling Services?
Pregnancy Counselling Services (PCS) is a non-profit Charity which provides free phone counselling to anyone involved in a pregnancy (including adoption) or pregnancy loss.
PCS is a voluntary organization founded in Auckland in 1980 and registered as a charitable organization in 1984, and we operate a network of local community branches, with volunteers available to talk 24/7 throughout Aotearoa New Zealand. We can also be contacted on FaceBook and meet face to face in selected areas.
PCS is administered by a Board of Trustees and several community branches.
Does PCS only offer counselling?
While PCS is focused around offering counselling support, thanks to our local support, we will endeavour to help with any pregnancy related need where we can, such as baby clothes or equipment, as well as emergency accommodation or professional support (where possible)
How can I help PCS?
PCS is a volunteer organisation (with only one paid employee), which relies on donations and community grants to provide a free service to all in need.
If you would like to support our volunteer efforts you can:
become a regular donor;
make a one-off donation, by going to our page on Givealittle;
donate goods or services which would be useful to pregnant women and their families; or
become a volunteer;
If you would like to become a regular donor, donate goods or become a volunteer, you can contact us on 0284618667 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org