New logo as New Life Clinic serves all


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The New Life Clinic is located in downtown Wilmington.

The New Life Clinic is located in downtown Wilmington.


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WILMINGTON — The New Life Clinic recently unveiled its new logo at their S. South Street location.

This new logo is part of their ongoing development in downtown Wilmington. Enhancing the image of the Clinic is for everyone to know they will serve anyone seeking their services and will not discriminate.

Since its inception in Clinton County in 1986, New Life Clinic has been serving all walks of life in Wilmington and surrounding areas.

Recent culture changes have made it apparent to provide comprehensive care for every person who walks through their doors.

“We are positioning ourselves to be able to encourage, equip, and educate our community in the areas of pregnancy, parenting, sexual health and healthy relationships.,” said Sherry Weller, executive director of the New Life Clinic. “We serve both women and men, and we strive to do so with excellence.”

Popular services from the clinic include free pregnancy tests, but the services go much deeper than that. In addition to the pregnancy tests and early OB ultrasounds, clients of the New Life Clinic have access to a variety of parenting curriculum, pregnancy counseling, abortion recovery services, and a significant amount of baby items available in their Baby Boutique.

The Boutique is where clients earn “Baby Bucks” in their earn-while-you-learn program. Various community referrals are also available during clinic business hours. All services are free of charge and completely confidential.

The Clinic also plans to start providing free STI (Sexually Transmitted Infection) testing later this year.

The new logo can be seen on the South Street side of the building facing the Clinton County Courthouse.

The New Life Clinic is located in downtown Wilmington.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/07/web1_Logo.jpgThe New Life Clinic is located in downtown Wilmington. Courtesy photo

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