We have compiled information on organizations that will help women in need — no matter your stage; no matter your decision.
TeenBreaks is a site that specifically caters to pregnant teens. They have information on pregnancy, abortion, relationships, and abuse. What makes this site unique is that a lot of the content is written by actual teens that have already gone through what you are now experiencing.
The Halcyon Movement is part of a group of organizations working to ensure that women get the healthcare they need. There are over 13,500 healthcare clinics that provide comprehensive healthcare for women. Go to GetYourCare.org and find a clinic near you.
LoveToKnow is a site that offers information on a myriad of issues, but their pregnancy page has a ton of good stuff to answer questions from expecting mothers. Lots of resources and encouragement.
This site connects pregnant women — single, teen, or married — to financial assistant programs available to them. The assistance is not limited to charities, but also government benefits. The assistance is available from the moment the pregnancy is discovered through after the child has been born.
This is a very big decision, and If you are in this situation we want to help you make the most informed decision possible. Before stepping out the door to an abortion clinic, please take one simple step: Call 1 (888) 884-8160.
It will only take a few minutes, and this organization will not only get you the information you need, but will also ensure that you get the care you need as well. They will make sure you receive care from a “best-in-class medical staff,” and if you keep your child they will get you “access to tangible resources that will help” you.
One phone call for one of the biggest decisions in your life is not too much: Call 1 (888) 884-8160.
If you’ve had an abortion and you need some help coping with the decision, please check out Rachel’s Hope. They also offer retreats where you can get professional counseling, as well as other methods to find healing.
We have friends who have used this resource, and found it to be extremely helpful.
This organization helps with diapers, awareness, and promotes long term change in the social safety net. Their vision is a day when every single baby has a healthy stock of diapers.
The Mommies Network is a 501c(3) non-profit organization devoted to assisting moms find support and friendship in their local community.
Their mission is: To provide a safe, secure, FREE place for mothers to find help and encouragement from other mothers and to inspire them to be better women, mothers, and community leaders. They also offer play dates and Mom’s night out.
The Afterschool Alliance is committed to ensuring that all children have access to affordable, quality afterschool programs. They will help you find an afterschool program for your child.
These programs and services help feed hungry single mothers and their children with fresh and nutritious food.
Head Start is a federal program that supports the school readiness of children ages birth to five from low-income households by developing their cognitive, social, and emotional advancement. Head Start programs deliver widespread services to enrolled children and their families, which comprise health, nutrition, social, and other services verified to be necessary by family needs assessments, apart from education and cognitive development services