Pregnancy Resource Connection expands services for women and children

Granby's Pregnancy Resource Connection has a new pilot program with Castle Rock Women's Health. The partnership kicked off Sept. 15 to expand services for local families.
Pregnancy Resource Connection/Courtesy Photo

The Pregnancy Resource Connection in Granby is expanding their services for women, thanks to a new partnership with Castle Rock Women’s Health clinic.

This pilot program began Sept. 15 in person and will continue once a month through spring of 2024. Virtual appointments are also available as needed.

“We will then evaluate the impact in our community and expand hours dependent on the demand,” Pregnancy Resource Connect wrote in a news release announcing the partnership.

By teaming up with Castle Rock’s health clinic, the Granby nonprofit will offer the following services: prenatal care up to five months, postpartum care up to three months, fertility awareness, natural hormone therapy, STI testing and treatment, well-woman care and school physicals for girls. Castle Rock will work with individuals’ health insurance to provide treatment.

Chelsea Mynyk, who is a registered nurse with a master’s of science in nursing and a certified nurse-midwife, of Castle Rock Women’s Health will help lead the partnership. Mynk has worked as a pediatric nurse and postpartum nurse for 20 years. She has volunteered at pregnancy centers for over eight years and has delivered over 100 babies in her career.  

“She is a Colorado native and has a heart for the Grand/Jackson county communities and the need for life affirming women’s health care,” Pregnancy Resource Center wrote in the news release.

To schedule an appointment, please reach Mynyk at 720-432-6580, or To learn more about the services that Pregnancy Resource Connection offers, visit or stop by the center on Ten Mile Drive in Granby.

Chelsea Mynyk is a certified nurse-midwife, registered nurse and limited sonographer, who has worked in crisis pregnancy centers in both Colorado and Florida.
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