A little about PRC...
Serving Grand and Jackson Counties

The heartbeat of PRC is to show everyone who comes through our door, whether it is a woman, man, child, volunteer, or supporter, that they are loved without strings, that they have great worth, and they are not alone.

PRC believes every pregnant woman has the right to make a thoughtful, well-informed decision.

All of our services are provided free of charge and include pregnancy testing, STI testing, Earn While You Learn mentoring program, Ultrasound, Birthing Class, Breastfeeding Support, Financial Peace classes, adoption and parenting education, maternity clothes, baby clothes, and Reproductive Loss Support.

Most of all, we offer each mother caring, loving, non-judgmental, emotional support which we hope will sustain her through her pregnancy and beyond. It is her journey and our privilege to walk with her!

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Our Team

June Matson

Executive Director

I have the privilege of being the Executive Director of the Pregnancy Resource Connection. Here is a bit of my story and my journey to serving at PRC.

In 1991 I married my wonderful husband, Robert Matson. We had both wanted kids and even while we were dating, we had talked about adopting children and in 1993, through adoption, God blessed us with the great privilege to parent our daughter, Elise. And in the years that followed, God brought two more amazing children into our lives, Isaac, and James.

When Elise was six months old, my husband and I went to a meeting for PRC and we haven’t looked back since. In 1994, I began this amazing journey with Pregnancy Resource Connection. Throughout this journey, I have continued to expand my educational background in many areas. Areas like reproductive loss healing, adoption specialization, sexual risk avoidance education, child protective education, and crisis counseling intervention.

Getting to know the wonderful women and their families has been one of the greatest joys in my life. Also, working alongside of other non-profits as we help bring support systems that equip families to care for themselves and their children is very rewarding.

Joanne DeLorm

Nurse Manager

I graduated in 1975 with my Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing and began my career in Neonatal Nursing in 1976 at Strong Memorial Hospital in my hometown, Rochester, NY. I became a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP) in 1981 in Greenville, NC.

In 1984 our family moved to New Hampshire and I worked at Dartmouth Medical Center until 1988 when we moved to Littleton, CO. I worked as a NNP in Denver until 2011. While there, I received my certification as a Lactation Consultant in 2010. In 2011, I began 6 years of commuting to Pueblo. I retired in 2017.

Having moved to Granby, CO, I began working at the Pregnancy Resource Connection as a volunteer in 2019. In June 2020, I was hired as Nurse Manager.

Erin Ackerman

Admin Assistant

I was born and raised, mostly, in Mansfield, LA then moved to Grand County in 1996.  I met my husband here and we have three wonderful children.  I started with Pregnancy Resource Connection in 2020 as an office administrator and later expanded that role to include bookkeeping.  My journey with Pregnancy Resource Connection has been amazing and so much more than just providing administrative or accounting help.  I get to interact with the remarkable people we see each day and share in their special journeys.  I cannot imagine a better place on earth to work.

We do not offer, recommend or refer for abortions or abortifacients, but are committed to offering accurate information about abortion procedures and risks.