1989 Ashland Avenue Baptist Church begins an interdenominational crisis pregnancy ministry in Latonia, Kentucky under the name A Compassionate Alternative.
1990 Our first client delivers a healthy baby girl, Brooke.
1992 A Compassionate Alternative changes its name to A Compassionate Pregnancy Care Center.
1994 A Compassionate Pregnancy Care Center opens the doors to a second center in Edgewood, Kentucky.
1995 The Abstinence Education program is formed and begins presenting a message of abstinence until marriage to students in local public and private schools in grades 6-12.
2000 A Compassionate Pregnancy Care Center changes its name to New Hope Center and gives its first free ultrasound!
2002 New Hope Center begins offering Post-Abortion counseling services to help women who have experienced abortion.
2003 New Hope Center sees its 5,000th client
2004 Due to growth and a need for more room, New Hope Center moves the Edgewood pregnancy center location to Thomas More Parkway. New Hope Center begins partnering with Healthy Beginnings and St. Elizabeth Medical Center to offer prenatal care to lower income and at-risk women.
2008 New Hope Center’s Abstinence Education program launches student-led, peer mentoring clubs in Northern Kentucky schools promoting abstinence until marriage and character building.
2010 New Hope Center opens a third pregnancy resource center location in Alexandria, Kentucky and hosts its first Father-Daughter dance to help strengthen the bond between fathers and their daughters.
2013 New Hope Center sees our first set of triplets born to a client and receives ECFA Accreditation.
2016 New Hope Center opens a fourth center in Falmouth, KY.