Legacy of hope

We celebrated our 30th anniversary by holding a Legacy of Hope virtual event where we gave you a glimpse into what we do in the Clinic, the impact being made on lives, and the legacy of life that is happening!  

Watch the video to hear from our clients and keynote speaker Joni Eareckson Tada, Founder and CEO of Joni and Friends as well as a legacy story of hope and encouragement! 

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Legacy of Hope Thank You video

Our way of saying Thank You, with much appreciation and gratitude... 

"Let us come into his presence with thanksgiving; let us make a joyful noise to him with songs of praise!" Psalm 95:2

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Watch the Video for a clinic tour & more

Take a virtual tour of the Clinic with us!  See the staff interacting with clients, an ultrasound showing life, and hear clients talk about their experience and changed lives.  Join Board President Bob Brooks and Executive Director Jan Lackey as they lead us through an inspirational evening  showing how lives are being saved, legacies are being made and hope is transforming lives.  

Hear Keynote speaker

Joni Eareckson tada

Joni Eareckson Tada is a beloved internationally renowned advocate for people with disabilities. She is Founder and CEO of Joni and Friends, a Christian organization known for sharing hope through hardship within the disability community. 


In 1967, a diving accident left 17-year-old Joni Eareckson a quadriplegic in a wheelchair. After struggling through depression and two years of rehabilitation, she emerged with new skills and a fresh determination to help others in similar situations. She founded Joni and Friends in 1979 to provide:

       - Christ-centered ministry to special needs families

       - A wheelchair and the Gospel message to those struggling with isolation around the world

       - And Disability training for churches. 


Joni survived stage III breast cancer in 2010 and battled a reoccurrence in 2019. Despite the challenges of over 50 years of quadriplegia, Joni keeps a very active schedule. She travels extensively, yet finds time to host a national radio program, write articles and best-selling books. Joni and her husband Ken were married in 1982 and reside in Calabasas, California. You can learn more about Joni’s ministry at joniandfriends.org