Personalized care…because you’re worth it!

Pregnancy Option Consultations 

Unplanned pregnancies can occur anytime during a woman’s reproductive years. While some women view this unplanned circumstance as an unexpected, but pleasant surprise, other women are caught off-guard and struggling with the timing coupled with their circumstances. Woman to Woman has over twenty-five years of providing counsel and support to women who find themselves in unplanned pregnancies. We provide a confidential, judgment-free environment to explore all options available, looking at a woman’s circumstances from a supportive viewpoint. Education and a compassionate environment provide a safe place for women to weigh out their feelings and make an informed choice.

Birth Doula

Our doulas are professionally trained in childbirth to provide emotional, physical, and educational support to a mother who is expecting, is experiencing labor, or has recently given birth. Their purpose is to help our patients have a safe, memorable, and empowering birthing experience. For more information about our doula services, call our office at 972-636-4460.

Lifestyle Medicine 

Woman to Woman Health Center embraces the movement and practices of lifestyle medicine. Using simple yet powerful lifestyle changes as a tool to not only prevent, but also to treat and often reverse the progression of many common chronic diseases, gives patients an effective method to take control of their own health. Our Staff uses a Lifestyle Medical Model throughout all our departments in the Health Center to empower women to make small changes that yield a big reward in their physical, emotional, and spiritual health.

Considering Abortion

Facing an unplanned pregnancy can be a huge shock, leaving a woman feeling confused or worried. Many people in this position feel they are in an impossible situation, with very few options to choose from and no one to help them.

However, it is important to remember that you are not alone in your decision-making process.

Every day, Woman to Woman staff members talk with women who feel just like you. Although you may feel pressure to make a quick decision regarding your pregnancy, it is important to take some time to learn the facts first. That is why we make it easy to get the information and advice you need – without lectures or judgment – so you can make the choice that is right for you.

Pregnancy termination is just one of several options. It is best to schedule an appointment to meet with our medical personnel for a private consultation to receive detailed information. A sonogram (ultrasound) can be provided to verify the viability of your pregnancy. While we do not perform or refer for abortion procedures, our goal is to ensure every woman is provided the medically accurate information and support she needs to make an informed decision regarding her pregnancy.


Individual education and group classes are provided to Woman to Woman Health Center patients. Classes are taught by Health Center Staff and community volunteer professionals in the following:


Doula Services, Preterm Labor, Healthy Pregnancy Planning, Breastfeeding, Labor & Delivery, Postpartum Care


Newborn Safety, Family Budgeting, Speech & Language Development, Infant CPR, What Your Mama Never Taught You About Sex

Support Services

Woman to Woman Health Center desires to provide support in essential areas for our patients who can benefit from additional help in finding resources and need assistance through challenging circumstances.

Case Management

A licensed professional social worker assists patients of Woman to Woman Health Center (at their request) in setting up an individualized plan to overcome obstacles and circumstances that are preventing optimal physical, emotional and mental health.

Enrollment in Government Assistance Programs

We have trained and licensed staff who help enroll our patients in programs such as Medicaid, Healthy Texas Woman, WIC, SNAP, etc.

Community Referrals

Woman to Woman Support Services has numerous resources and partnerships within the North Texas community to assist our patients in finding mentoring, transportation, food, clothing, housing, medical services, job readiness, a church relationship, etc.