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Care Net Pregnancy Services of Manchester and Nashua

603-883-1122; TXT: 603-996-1208

Peer counseling; ultrasounds medical; pregnancy verification; material aid; adoption referrals; community referrals; and other

Friendship Center for New Beginnings

877-884-MOMS (884-6667); 908-806-4444

Shelter; resource assistance;

Gateway Pregnancy Centers

908-353-0604; 973-399-8378;

Prenatal educational information; free baby clothes, baby furniture; non-invasive sonograms; referrals for wic, health-start, emergency housing, legal help; information and encouragement; spiritual guidance and support

Many Mothers


Many Mothers, as a volunteer, free-of-charge, community-based service is the 21st century version of the extended family, and is available to any family with a newborn regardless of income level.

Welcome Baby


Classes on baby seat safety, nutrition, and general care, reading program; assistance to access to other services.

Florence Crittenton of North Carolina


Shelter; comprehensive assistance; counseling; aftercare parenting education program

Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota


Wellness during pregnancy; and more services breastfeeding; parenting skills

Healthy Beginnings

513-861-8430; 513-381-2247

An onsite dietitian to provide individual education, including personalized diet plans; medical care that begins prior to medicaid approval; prenatal and postnatal counseling; and more

Harbor House


Provides housing and support to pregnant teen girls (ages 11-17) exclusively.

Pregnant Resource Network


Prenatal programs; childbirth classes; parenting classes; baby clothing and supplies; medical services and referrals; housing assistance referrals; counseling services and referrals; and more

Grandma’s House of Bend


Shelter; comprehensive prenatal, and post-natal health care services specific to pregnant and parenting teens provided by a nurse from Deschutes County Maternal Health with a mental health professional available for one-on-one or in-house counseling.

Parenting Now!


Parenting Now! provides parenting education and support to parents of young children in Lane County, Oregon.

Catholic Social Services Shepherd’s Maternity House


Provides shelter, care, counseling, and education for pregnant women ages 18 and older. After the birth of their babies, mothers will receive assistance in securing housing, employment, and day-care facilities.

Family Service of Rhode Island

401-519-2300; 401-331-1350; 401-521-4335

Family visiting program that provides free, voluntary, confidential services. The program pairs expectant mothers or families with newborns (younger than two weeks old) with a Family Support Worker, who provides family visiting services to the family and their child until the child’s third birthday.

Florence Crittenton Programs of SC


24-hour residential care; academic instruction by certified teachers individual, family and group counseling; pre-natal care; life skills; social support; recreational and cultural activities; a safe haven in which to thrive; case management assistance with postpartum planning, placement and referral

Daybreak Pregnancy Center

803-771-6634; 803-808-0778

Limited, non-diagnostic ultrasound, 24 hour helpline, earn while you learn program, boutique belly, boutique diapers, formula and baby food, childbirth and parenting classes

Alpha Center

800-99-ALPHA (992-5742); 605-361-3500

Medical agency referrals; ultrasound exams; baby closet; life skills classes; women’s mentor group

Educated Mommy

605-553-8364; 605-338-0228

Breast pump rental, lactation consulting, lending library,baby scale, private childbirth classes, 8-week small group childbirth series

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