Our Mission

The mission at AIM Women’s Center is simple. We help pregnant young women have the opportunity to choose life for their babies, become better parents and take a few first steps to self-sufficiency. In addition, we help women recovering from an abortion through our Rachel Vineyard’s retreats. Since our humble beginnings in the basement of a concerned young couple’s home in Steubenville, AIM Women’s Center has helped over 10,000 women since 1987. In 2011, we supported over 2,300 visits and provided over 125 limited ultrasounds, free-of-charge to our clients.

 


 

***BE AN AIM HERO***

AIM Hero 5K Run/Walk is scheduled for Saturday, September 3, 2016 at Jim Wood Park!!

COME DRESSED AS YOUR FAVORITE SUPERHERO!

Schedule of Events
Registration : 7:00am
5K Run : 8:00am
Free 1K Fun Run for Kids : 8:45am
Prizes awarded : 9:00am
2 Mile Walk : 9:15am

REGISTER HERE
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This event will benefit the AIM Women’s Center. The AIM Women’s Center is a privately funded non-profit organization located in downtown Steubenville where young women who are facing an unplanned pregnancy can receive information and assistance. The AIM Women’s Center has been serving the Ohio Valley since 1987.

 


 

Aim Women’s Center Annual Fundraising Dinner

The Aim Women’s Center Annual Fundraising Dinner – “Do Everything in Love” will be held Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at the Serbian American Cultural Center. Our featured speaker will be Kristan Hawkins.

Kristan is the President of Students for Life of America. Since 2006, she has helped triple the number of campus pro-life groups in the United States. Kristan’s pro-life mission began when she volunteered at The AIM Women’s Center during her sophomore year of high school. Kristan eventually became the President of West Virginia Teens for Life. Kristan has been awarded the Susan B. Anthony Young Leader Award, the Dr. William Hogan Education Award for pro-life leadership, the 2009 Weyrich Youth Leadership Award, and a 2010 Life Prize Award. Kristan resides in the St. Paul, MN area with her husband, Jonathan, and their four children.

The doors will open at 6:00pm with a cash bar and instrumental music. The dinner and program will start promptly at 7:00pm. There is no ticket purchase but an opportunity for financial giving will be extended.

Advanced reservations required, no open seating.

For any questions contact Victoria Fallon at (740)346-6006 or vfallon@aimwomenscenter.com.