There are several types of assistance available if you are pregnant or are struggling to raise a child including crisis centers, medical care, financial assistance, food programs, infant safe havens, support groups and hotlines. Read each section below and click on the appropriate links.
Financial Assistance and other programs are available to help many women with the expenses and concerns of prenatal care and birth.
Food is available through programs including Women Infants and Children, Aid to Families with Dependant Children and many other federal, state and county programs. Local food banks, churches, and synagogues may also be able to help.
Hotlines are available 24 hours a day to assist you with everything from finding a safe place for you and your baby to crisis counseling.
Medical Care for you and your baby is available, often completely free of charge or on a sliding scale, through state and county health agencies, health care providers who receive government funding, and a larger number of organizations and facilities that care about women and children
Shelters are available to keep you and your baby safe. These organizations are run by people who care about you and your baby.
Support Groups are available to help you whether you need information, advice or just a shoulder to lean on.
Infant Safe Havens are places where you may take the baby and know that the baby will be safe.
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