Pregnancy center plans Dayton location

A pregnancy resource center is opening its fourth local office in Dayton.

Miami Valley Women's Center will have services like pregnancy testing, limited OB ultrasound, and testing for sexually transmitted infections at its new location, according to the non-profit.

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The center, founded in 1982, has a Christian mission and “serves women, men, and their families with life-affirming information and pregnancy-related care.”

The center is still working on renovation plans but estimated the office will open this spring.

The center will hire three positions for the facility: a center director, office assistant, and a nurse-sonographer.

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There are 29 employees and 300 volunteers between its main office in Kettering and two branch offices in Huber Heights and Xenia.

The new office will be at a building the center bought at 4247 Philadelphia Drive for $165,000 in a sale recorded Nov. 7.

The 2,800-square-foot office, valued by the Montgomery County Auditor at $135,350, was formerly home to Dayton Data Processing. It is near the Northwest Plaza shopping center.

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