Scott Baier assumed the role of CEO at Community Pregnancy Clinics on July 1, 2021. He is originally from upstate New York and now resides in Estero, FL with his wife, Rachel, and five children. Before coming to CPCI, Scott served our country as a non-commissioned officer (Army Intelligence) in both Germany and Bosnia-Hercegovina, followed by several years in the seminary, and later twenty-three years in Catholic education. Most recently, he was the Head of School at Royal Palm Academy in Naples. Scott brings an extensive list of skill sets, particularly leadership in non-profit management, and he believes deeply in the life-saving mission of CPCI.
Community Pregnancy Clinics, Inc
“Since 1974 our mission at Community Pregnancy Clinics has been to save babies from abortion while providing care, compassion, and choices for women. You can help us to save babies.”
In 1974, group of dedicated local volunteers founded the organization in response to the Roe v. Wade decision and a desire to provide a positive alternative to women facing a crisis pregnancy. They were one of the original 13 crisis pregnancy centers to open in the country. Opening under the name Emergency Pregnancy Services (EPS), the center operated as a traditional crisis pregnancy center offering free self-pregnancy testing, counsel, referrals and material assistance.