CPC Map identifies crisis pregnancy centers (also known as "fake women's health centers") in your area. CPCs primarily aim to prevent people from having abortions.

FAQs

How can I let you know about a center that is not currently included?

Please click on Suggest A Center on the Locator page or click the link provided on the Contact Us page and complete the requested information. Our team will review the information and add the center to CPC Map if it meets eligibility criteria.

 

How can I suggest corrections?

Please email our team at cpcmap@uga.edu or submit a form on the Contact Us page to let us know about corrections. Our team will review the information and make corrections, as needed.

 

I am an academic researcher. How can I access the CPC Map database?

CPC Map serves as a tool to facilitate high-quality research on CPCs and the landscape of reproductive healthcare. CPC Map may be used for research and program planning purposes only.

To request access to the database, please:

Please allow several business days for a response.

Upon approval to access the database, all users will be required to complete and adhere to the CPC Map Data Sharing Agreement.

 

Can I add CPC Map to my website?

Yes! To embed CPC Map to your website, copy the code provided on the Embed CPC Map

 

Is the CPC Map widget responsive to mobile devices?

Yes!

 

How do I cite CPC Map?

The suggested citation is:

Swartzendruber A and Lambert D. Crisis Pregnancy Center Map. http://www.crisispregnancycentermap.com. Published August, 2018. Accessed: [date].