Life Network expands services to Randolph County

NEW FACILITY–Life Network of Southern Illinois has expanded services and moved their Red Bud facility. The new facility will be located at 324 North Main Street, next to the Kaskaskia Regional Port District offices, and will be holding a grand opening on March 1.

Life Network of Southern Illinois, an organization that provides assistance, support and guidance to those who may be experiencing an untimed or unplanned pregnancy, is proud to announce the expansion of services in Randolph County.

The organization’s new facility, which will be located at 324 North Main Street in Red Bud, will help to serve an expanded client base residing in Randolph County. The facility’s grand opening is scheduled to be held on March 1, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

We have seen an expanded need in the communities of Randolph County for some time now,” commented Debbie Geist, executive director for Life Network of Southern Illinois. “We are excited to open our new facility and thrilled that, in addition to our other services, we will now have the ability to perform ultrasounds at our Red Bud location.” The addition of the ultrasound machine has been a key component in driving the expanded services and securing the larger, more accommodating location.

Geist continued, “Other services provided by Life Network include: pregnancy testing, prenatal ultrasound and even childbirth, newborn and breast-feeding classes.” Studies show that these types of services are proven to be critical to those who otherwise may not have access to this type of assistance.

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