Our History

Our humble beginnings started in 1999 when a teenager found herself in the uncertainty of an umplanned pregnancy. Her friend, Amy Putnam, became our founder when she reached out to Fallbrook local, Dr. Michael Forrester. Dr. Forrester offered an officed that allowed Amy to bring compassionate women into her friend's life to listen without judgement and allow her friend to sort through options. Eventually the small support group grew into Fallbrook Pregnancy Resource Center (FPRC) was born. Over the past 19+ years, we've been true to our mission as we welcomed over 550 babies into the community.

Over the years FPRC moved as it matured and grew, always renting our space that put us at the mercy of our landlords. In 2014 the FPRC Board of Directors (BOD) determined that FPRC needed to own a building that allowed us to offer all the services a medical center could offer and to proceed with discovering the process of medical conversion. In October 2018, we moved into what we call “Our Home on Hawthorne” at 125 E Hawthorne, which is a completely renovated Police Station that provides us ample room to grow our programs. We also own a small building adjacent to our center that is our GED classroom. Waiting on God for these amazing tools of ministry was well worth it. Our journey grew our faith as we saw God extend His grace through difficult moves as we transitioned and He touched generous hearts to allow us to do what seemed impossible. It is true that if you build it, they will come! God will bring them.

On July 31, 2020 Hope Clinic for Women received our license from the State of Califonia to open as a primary care medical clinic in the Fallbrook Community. We now partner medical services with compassion pregnancy care support.

Community Impact 2019

• 31 babies were born to moms in our programs

• 629 clients received over 2,425 free services

• 80 free pregnancy tests and 25 free ultrasounds provided

• 410 individual educational classes held

• Assistance provided for over 133 resource referrals

• 98% of our clients were highly satisfied with our services

• Over 3,500 volunteers hours provided

• Over $82,000 resources at no cost to the government

Impact Report 2006-2019

• 489 babies born to moms in our programs

• 4,938 support services provided

• 995 new clients receive free material assistance

• 635 women receive pregnancy tests and 207 receive free ultrasounds

• Our Demographic: 90% had an annual income of less than $15,000, 53% were single and 54% of our clients were under the age of 24