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Christ Community Health Services

www.christcommunityhealth.org

901-701-2520; 901-701-2550; 901-701-2510

Prenatal care, birth and delivery, women's health in general

Hope House

www.hopehouse.us

423-239-7994

Long-term residential program and community outreach to new mothers

Single Parent Family Program

texas.pchas.org

817-596-5884, 972-937-1319

Employment assistance including educational and vocational help and support choosing a future career, individual counseling, case management and therapy for mothers and children, assistance with obtaining food stamps and health insurance, money management and life skills training, parenting, wellness and nutrition classes

Texas Children’s Health Plan

www.texaschildrenshealthplan.org

If the person qualifies for medicaid, she/he/they can get prenatal coverage from Texas children’s health plan, pregnant STAR members get: prenatal care (the care you get while you are pregnant), prescription drugs, dental care, shots.

Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services (PCHAS)

www.texaschildrenshealthplan.org

817-596-5884, 972-937-1319

Employment assistance including educational and vocational help and support choosing a future career, individual counseling, case management and therapy for mothers and children, assistance with obtaining food stamps and health insurance, money management and life skills training, parenting, wellness and nutrition classes

Beds and Britches, etc (B.A.B.E)

www.mchd.com

317.221.3050

Gently used baby supplies

Project Eagle. Kansas University Medical Center

www.projecteagle.org

913-588-5000 | 913-588-7963 TDD

Fosters the healthy development of children from prenatal care through age three across all areas of development (physical, cognitive, social-emotional, and language).

Mother’s Refuge

www.mothersrefuge.org

816) 353-8070 office (816) 356-4797 ext 2 admissions

Shelter program for pregnant young women, 21-years old or younger. It provides a loving home, clothing, food, access to medical care, education, infant and parenting classes and practical life-skills.

Care Net Pregnancy Services of Northern Kentucky

www.carenetnky.org

859-781-9878; 859-282-0029; 859-824-0123

24 hour hotline, pregnancy options counseling with a trained advocate, pregnancy guidance with a mentor, parenting instructing with a mentor, references for pre-natal medical care and other pregnancy resources.

Crossroads Pregnancy Resource Center

www.crossroadsprc.org

985-446-5004, 1-866-446-5004

Pregnancy options counseling by trained client advocates or licensed professional, education on abortion, adoption, and parenting pregnancy, test and pregnancy education and support, limited ultrasound.

Louisiana Health and Rehab Center (LHRC)–Reality House

www.lahealthandrehab.org

225-343-3438, 225-927-0770

Individual, group, and family counseling; substance use disorder education; 12 step recovery program, and more info in its web page

Mother House

mother-house.org

303-447-9602

Shelter; pre-natal and birthing health care; medicaid and food stamps; counseling; Each woman is assigned social worker; each woman is assigned social worker.

Child Health Plan Plus

www.cchp.org

800-359-1991

Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) is low-cost health insurance for Colorado's uninsured children and pregnant women.

Life Haven

www.lifehaven.org

203-776-6208

Offers emergency shelter for homeless pregnant women and women with young children

Hopeline

www.hopelineprc.org

203.207.4673-ext. 239; 203.540.5225; 203.890.9229

Pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, parenting classes, material resources support, healthy relationship programs, pregnancy loss support, after abortion care, adoption referrals, referrals to prenatal care

La Leche

www.lllct.org

(860) 563-6624

Information and support around breastfeeding

Bayard House

www.ccwilm.org

302-654-1184; 877-225-7870

Bayard House is the only fully licensed residential program serving homeless or transitional pregnant minors in Delaware.

The Delaware Adolescent Program

www.dapi.org

(302) 764-9740; (302) 697-0356; (302) 297-0370

Provides help in order to afford pregnant teenagers a means by which to continue their education and receive pre-natal care: academic instruction, social services, child care, and medical services.

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