Featured Saved Baby

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"Saved" Baby Joseph

(born in 2010)

Little preborn Joseph's mother had everything against her. She had a drug and alcohol history, a pervious older child and now an unplanned pregnancy. To top all this she was in a hospital where she would have to sign herself out to come to our shelter that is if we had an opening and would accept her. She prayed and prayed. She really wanted to come and live at Several Sources. We had an opening and her son was born perfect and who was there but her father and her sister. Again, a family was reunited through the birth of a child.

Dear Pregnant Friend - We are here to help you and your preborn baby. Whatever you do, please do not abort your baby! There is help for you and your baby. That is why this website was created. If you do not find the location here, click on the website(s) below for other shelter locations & information. Please don't let anyone talk you into aborting your baby. Nothing you do will ever bring your baby back. Give us a chance to help you. We are praying for you. Ask God for help. He is waiting to hear your prayers too.

Check out these resources & contact us if you have any other questions at lifecall@aol.com or call 1-800-662-2678. God bless you and your baby - from all your friends at the Several Sources Shelters.

OTHER SHELTERS - when you see the map, click on state of your choice.

http://www.homelessshelterdirectory.org/

http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/states

If you do not find a shelter in your area here - ALSO CHECK our list of Crisis Pregnancy Centers in your area. They may have shelters that they know of too. Ask Them. Their entire list by state is on http://www.lifecall.org/cpc.html

Volunteer/Donations

Several Sources Shelters in a non profit organization which operates shelters in New Jersey for pregnant women and their children and this active website. If you want to VOLUNTEER or have items to donate in any state but New Jersey, please click on your state of interest in this website and contact a group of your choice.

"Trust in the Lord with all your heart ... and He will direct your paths." (Proverbs 3: 5,6)

If you need shelter & decide to email us for help, please include your city/state/zip code in your email.

Shelters

Alabama

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • CHELSEA
    King’s Home
    P.O. Box 162/221 King’s Home Dr. – 35043
    205.618.0300
  • ELBERTA
    Mary’s Shelter Gulf Coast
    P.O. Box 18 – 36530
    251.986.6200
    1.866.823.4674
    Website: http://www.marysshelter.org
    Email: marysshelter@gulftel.com
    Must be 19 yrs or older
  • HUNTSVILLE
    Breaking Free Rescue Mission
    4005 Triana Blvd. – 35805
    256.882.3334
  • Crisis Services of North Alabama
    P.O. Box 368 – 35804
    256.716.1000
    Website: http://www.csna.org

Alaska

ANCHORAGE
Brother Francis Shelter
1021 E. 3rd Ave. – 99523
907.277.1731
Website: http://www.cssalaska.org/html/programs/brother-francis.php
Temporary, emergency shelter for adults 18+ yrs of age; pregnant women welcome, but no children allowed.

Clare House
420 W. 54th Avenue – 99501
907.536.4545
Website: http://www.cssalaska.org/html/programs/clare-house.php
Email: info@cssalaska.org
Temporary, emergency 24-hour shelter for pregnant women and women with children; must be 18+ yrs of age.

BETHEL
Bethel Prematernal Home
1775 State Hwy – 99559
907.543.2590
Maternity home.

The Tundra Women’s Coalition
P.O. Box 2029/250 6th Avenue – 99559
907.543.3444
Crisis Line: 1.800.478.7799
Website: http://tundrapeace.org/
Domestic violence shelter.

EMMONAK
Emmonak Women's Shelter
P.O. Box 207 – 99581
907.949.1434
Domestic violence shelter.

KENAI
LeeShore Center Emergency Shelter
325 South Spruce St. – 99611
907.283.9479
Crisis Line: 907.283.7257
Shelter for adult and child victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

KETCHIKAN
Ketchikan Homeless Shelter
628 Park Ave. – 99901
907.225.4194
Shelter for single women (and men).

NOME
Bering Sea Women's Group
P.O. Box 1596 – 99762
907.443.5491
24 Hour Crisis Line: 907.443.5444
Website: http://www.beringseawomensgroup.org/
Domestic violence shelter for women and children.

Alaska Family Services
1825 S. Chugach St. – 99645
907.746.4080
Website: http://www.akafs.org/
Domestic violence shelter for women and children (or pregnant women) at imminent risk.

SITKA
Pregnancy Aid Office
403 Lincoln St., #403  -  99835
907.747.6955

WASILLA
Family Promise
P.O. Box 870587/690 S. Knik-Goosebay Rd. – 99687
907.357.6160
Website: http://www.familypromisematsu.org
Email: promise@mtaonline.net
Shelter for homeless families; average stay is 30 days.

Arizona

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • BISBEE
    Forgach House
    19 Howell Ave. – 85603
    520.432.2285
    Transitional housing for families
  • CONCHO
    Old Concho Community Assistance Center
    P.O. Box 50 – 85924
    928.337.5047
  • FLAGSTAFF
    Hope Cottage
    P.O. Box 2751 – 86003
    928.774.3512
    Emergency shelter for women and children
  • TUCSON
    New Beginnings for Women and Children
    2590 North Alvernon Way – 85712
    520.325.8800
    Website: http://www.nbwtucson.org
    For women who are pregnant or have children.

Arkansas

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • HOT SPRINGS
    AG Family Services: Highlands Maternity Home
    2325 Malvern Avenue – 71901
    1.800.235.0652
    Website: http://agfamilyservices.org/
  • LITTLE ROCK
    Abba House
    1014 South Oak – 72204
    501.666.9718

California

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • FAIR OAKS
  • Bishop Gallegos Maternity Home
  • P.O. Box 305 - 95628
  • 916.395.9370
  • HARBOR CITY
  • Casa De Los Angeles
  • 954 Kolueeta Dr. - 90710
  • 310.325.8208
    Note: Appointment needed- No walk in’s
    Email: angelscdla@sbcglobal.com
  • LYNWOOD
  • Missionaries of Charity, Queen of Peace Home
  • 10950 California Ave. - 90262
  • 310.635.3264
  • ORANGE
  • *Casa Teresa, Inc./**Hannah's House
  • P.O. Box 429. - 92856
  • 714.538.4860
  • 1.888.619.6628
    Email: info@casateresa.com
  • *Casa Teresa is a SHELTER for pregnant moms
    *Hannah’s House is a SHELTER for moms interested in putting their baby up for adoption.
  • POMONA
  • Gateway House
  • P.O. Box 303 - 91769
  • 909.622.3806
  • SAN BERNARDINO
    Veronica's Home of Mercy
    1495 W. Victoria St. - 92411
    909.888.9064
  • SAN FRANCISCO
  • Queen of Peace Women's Shelter
  • 970 Valencia St. - 94110
  • 415.821.9687
  • St. Elizabeth's Residence
  • 100 Masonic Ave. - 94118
  • 415.567.8370
    Eligibility: Pregnant women (with proof of positive pregnancy test) and women with young children must also be clean and sober
  • SANTA BARBARA

Colorado

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

Connecticut

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • BRIDGEPORT
    The Center for Women and Families of Eastern Fairfield County
    753 Fairfield Ave. – 06604
    203.384.9559
    Website: www.cwfefc.org
    For victims of domestic violence or sexual assault
  • NEW HAVEN
    Life Haven, Inc.
    447 Ferry St. – 06513
    203.776.6208
    Email: cdipietro@cceh.org
    Woman must be at least 8 months pregnant
  • WESTPORT
    Homes with Hope – Hoskins’ Place
    45 Jesup Rd. – 06880
    203.226.1661
    Website: http://www.hwhct.org
    Cannot bring other children
  • Homes with Hope – Bacharach Community
    3 Waffle Lane – 06880
    203.222.9260
    Website: http://www.hwhct.org
    Must have other children

Delaware

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • MILFORD
    People’s Place
    1129 Airport Rd. – 19963
    302.422.8033
    Website: http://www.peoplesplace2.com/
    Email:  info@peoplesplace2.com
    To obtain referral, must call 24-hour hotline:
    Kent and Sussex Counties – 302.422.8058
    Northern Kent County – 302.678.3886

Florida

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • FORT LAUDERDALE
    HOPE South Florida
    PO Box 14156 – 33302
    945.563.4357
    1.888.537.0211
    Or Call 211 Day/Night
    Website: http://www.hopesouthflorida.org/
    Only for residents of Broward County
  • GAINESVILLE
    Arbor House
    P.O. Box 12363 - 32604-0363
    352.371.BABY(2229)
    Website: http://arborhouse.org/
    Two programs: New Beginnings and Moms Place. New Beginnings is a transitional housing program for adult homeless women who are pregnant and have no other children in their care. Please call for our physical address.
  • LAKELAND
    Lighthouse Ministries: One-Stop Care Program for Women & Children
    215 East Magnolia St. – 33801
  • 863.687.4076
    Website: http://lighthousemin.org/
  • LAKE PLACID
    New Beginnings Transitional Home
    140 Dunty Rd. -- 33852
    863.840.2900
    863.699.1685
    sandylopes70@yahoo.com
  • ORLANDO
    B.E.T.A.
    4680 Lake Underhill Rd. – 32807
    407.277.1942
    Website: http://www.betacenter.org
    Only for minors who are pregnant

Georgia

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • AUGUSTA
    Garden City Rescue Mission
    828 Fenwick Street - 30901
    706.724.6960
    Website: www.gardencityrescuemission.com/
    Women may bring their children.
  • SUNNY SIDE
    Christian’s Women Center
    PO Box 773 – 30224
    770.227.3700
    Website: http://www.cwcga.org

Hawaii

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • KAHULUI
    Ho’olanani
    95 S. Kane St. – 96732
    808.877.0880
    Emergency shelter for women and children.
  • Malama Family Recovery Center
    388 Ano St. – 96732
    808.877.7117
    Website: www.aloha-house.org/malama/malama1.html
    Residential program for women (can be pregnant or have children) struggling with
    substance abuse.
  • MAUI
    Maui Youth and Family Services
    Shelter location undisclosed
    808.579.8406
    Email: ann.vanpatten@myss.org
    Short-term (~1 week) shelter for ages 12-17; will accept a pregnant youth only if she is in first 2 trimesters of pregnancy.
  • WAIANAE
    Ma’ili Land
    87-190 Mallona St., #B18 – 96792
    (808) 696-4885
    kekai.liana@catholiccharitieshawaii.org
    Transitional housing for families/women with children
  • WAILUKU
    Lahaina Shelter
    670 Wailale Rd. – 96793
    808.662.0076
    Emergency and transitional shelter.
  • WAIMANALO
    Weinberg Village Waimanalo
    41-490 Saddle City Rd. – 96795
    808.259.6658
    Transitional housing for families/women with children.

Idaho

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • BOISE
    Boise Rescue Mission: City Light Home for Women & Children
    1404 West Jefferson St. – 83702
    208.343.4680
    Website: http://www.boiserm.org
    Email: jeanl@boiserm.org
    Shelter for pregnant women and/or women with children.
  • Women and Children’s Alliance
    720 West Washington St. – 83702
    208.343.3688
    24-Hour Domestic Violence Crisis Line: 208.343.7025
    Website: http://www.wcaboise.org
    For victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault
  • NAMPA
    Community Family Shelter
    1412 4th St. South – 83651
    208.461.3733
    Website: www1.usw.salvationarmy.org/usw/
    Shelter for pregnant women and/or women with children.

Illinois

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • Maria’s Shelter
    7320 South Yale Ave. – 60621
    773.994.5350
    Website: www.instituteofwomentoday.org/
    For single women, pregnant women, or women with children.
  • Residents for Effective Shelter (REST)
    941 W. Lawrence Ave. – 60640
    773.784.0909
    Website: http://www.restweb.org
    Must be 18+ yrs of age; no children allowed.
  • MOOSEHEART
    Maternity Homes of Fox Valley, Inc.
    Office Address:
    325 East Downer Pl. Ste. 100
  • Aurora, IL 60506
    331.684.8445
    Website: http://www.mhfv.org
    Email: info@mhfv.org
    Maternity home for teens ages 12-17.

Indiana

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • SOUTH BEND
    Hope Ministries: Family Life Center
    432 S. Lafayette Blvd. – 46601
    574.235.4150
    Website: http://www.hopesb.org

Iowa

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • CEDAR RAPIDS
    Waypoint Services - Madge Phillips Center
    318 Fifth Street SE – 52401
    24- Hour Hotline: 319.363.2093
    Toll Free: 1.800.208.0388
    Website: http://www.waypointservices.org
    Shelter and stabilizing resources for women and their children.
  • Cedar House Shelter
    603 2nd Street SW – 52404
    319.364.2630
    Up to 25 days of emergency shelter and up to 5 months of transitional housing for single women and/or women with children.
  • Foundation 2 Youth Shelter
    3015 12th Avenue SW – 52404
    319.366.8797
    24-Hour Hotline: 1.800.332.4224
    Website: http://www.foundation2.org
    Emergency shelter for youth, ages 11-17.
  • Hope Family Center
    3333 E. University Ave. – 50317
    515.264.0144
    Website: http://www.hopeiowa.org
    Email: info@hopeiowa.org
    Emergency shelter and 2-year recovery center for single women, as well as women with children.
  • MASON CITY
    Trinity House of Hope
    2 S. Adams – 50401
    641.423.5920
    Shelter for women and children.
  • WATERLOO
    Faith Mission
    907 W Mullin Ave
    319.233.2593
  • House of Hope
    306 Walnut Street – 50703
    319.232.3823
    Website: http://www.houseofhopeccd.org
    Two-year transitional housing program for homeless, single mothers and their children.
  • Salvation Army Women and Children Lodge
    216 Logan Ave. – 50703
    319.232.0397
    Shelter for women and children.

Kansas

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • EMPORIA
    Corner House, Inc. VA Women's Facility
    418 Market Street – 66801
    620.342.3015
    Website: http://www.cornerhouseinc.org
    For women in recovery from substance abuse; may bring their children.
  • GARDEN CITY
    Family Crisis Center
    106 W Fulton – 67846
    620.275.2018
    Women with children are allowed.
  • KANSAS CITY
    Joyce Williams Shelter
    1219 N 13th Street – 66102
    913.321.1566
    24 Hour Hotline: 913.321.0951
    Website: http://www.friendsofyates.org
  • Shelter for ages 18 and up
  • LAWRENCE
    Lawrence Women’s Transitional Care Services Inc.
    2518 Ridge Ct – 66046
    785.841.6887
    1.800.770.3030
    Website: http://www.willowdvcenter.org
    Email: info@willowdvcenter.org
    Domestic violence shelter for ages 18 and up or emancipated; women with children are allowed.
  • PITTSBURG
    Safehouse Crisis Center, Inc.
    669 S Hwy 69 – 66762
    620.231.8692
    Ages 18 and up.

Kentucky

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • ASHLAND
    Safe Harbor of Northeastern Kentucky
    P.O. Box 2163 – 41105
    606.329.9304
    1.800.926.2180
    Website: http://www.safeharborky.org
    Emergency shelter and transitional housing for victims of domestic violence and their children.
  • LOUISVILLE
    The Center for Women and Families
    927 South 2nd St. – 40201
    502.581.7200
    Website: http://www.thecenteronline.org
    For victims of intimate partner abuse and sexual violence.

Louisiana

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • HOUMA
    Bunkhouse Shelter
    8424 Main St. – 70360
    985.637.6088
  • OPELOUSAS
    New Life Center
    411 East Landry St. – 70570
    337.948.3161
    Website: http://www.catholicservice.org/
    2-year transitional housing; women may bring their children.

Maine

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • BANGOR
    The Bangor Area Homeless Shelter
    263 Main St. – 04401
    207.947.0092
  • BRUNSWICK
    Tedford Adult Shelter
    49 Cumberland St. – 04011
    207.729.1161 ext. 104
    Email: info@tedfordhousing.org
    Cannot bring other children. Women can call from 3:30 pm – 9:30 am.
  • PRESQUE ISLE
    Battered Women’s Project - New Visions for Women, Inc.
    754 Main St. – 04769
    207.764.2977
    For victims of domestic abuse.

Maryland & D.C.

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • FORT WASHINGTON
    Demada House of Transition
    501 Kerby Hill Rd. – 20744

  • Must go through the Dept. of Social Services:
    Calvert County:443.550.6900
    St. Mary’s County: 240.895.7000
    Charles County: 301.392.6400
  • HYATTSVILLE
    St. Ann’s Infant & Maternity Home
    4901 Eastern Ave. – 20782
    301.559.5500
    Website: http://www.stanns.org/

Massachusetts

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • Department of Transitional Assistance
  • (refers pregnant women to shelters in Massachusetts; for most, if not all of the shelters in MA, women MUST go through the Dept. of Transitional Assistance in order to be received into the shelter)
    600 Washington St. Boston, MA – 02111
    508.895-7000
  • 617.348.8500
    Website: www.massresources.org/shelters.html
  • BOSTON
    Boston Family Shelter
    656 Massachusetts Avenue – 02118
    617.267.8081
  • BROCKTON
    Parenting Teen Programs Lutheran Social Services
    888 Worcester St. Suite 160, Wellesley, MA – 02482
    877.500.8263 or 781.887.0800
    Website: http://www.lssne.org/Children-and-Families.aspx
    Runs 2 shelters for pregnant teens:
    Florence House Teen Living & Ruth House Teen Living
  • DORCHESTER
    St. Mary’s Center for Women and Children: St. Mary’s Home
    90 Cushing Ave. – 02125
    617.436.8600
    Website: http://www.smwcc.org/
  • ROXBURY
    Sojourner House Family Shelter
    85 Rockland Street – 02119
    617.442.0590

Michigan

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • ALEGAN
    Sylvia’s Place: Domestic Abuse Survivors Support Services
    P.O. Box 13 – 49010
    269.673.8700
    For victims of domestic violence; children can come.
  • GRAND RAPIDS
    Inner-City Christian Federation
    816 Madison Ave. SE – 49507
    Website: http://www.iccf.org
    Must be referred through the Salvation Army: 616.454.5840
  • ROYAL OAK
    Common Ground
    Offers 3 programs for youth in crisis:
    The Sanctuary/A Step Forward/Graduated Apartment Program
    1228 S. Washington – 48067
    248.399.9795
    Website: http://commongroundhelps.org
    For youth ages 16-22

Minnesota

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • DULUTH
    Women’s Transitional Housing Coalition
    1401 E. 2nd St. A – 55805
    218.728.6437
    For ages 18 and up; women with children are allowed.
  • MANKATO
    Welcome Inn
    419 S. Broad Street – 56001
    507.387.4061
    Family shelter for ages 18 and up; women with children are allowed.
  • Welcome Home Transitional Housing for Families
    101 East Hickory Street – 56001
    507.387.2115
    Transitional housing program.
  • MINNEAPOLIS
    Sharing and Caring Hands
    525 North Seventh Street
    612.338.4640
    Transitional housing program.
  • MOORHEAD
    Churches United for the Homeless
    203 6th Street, South – 56560
    AND
    1901 1st Ave. North – 56560
    218.236.0372
    Website: http://www.churches-united.org
    Email: jalexander@702com.net
    Family shelter for ages 18 and up; women with children are allowed.
  • Transitional Housing Program (Lakes & Prairies CAP)
    715 11th St. North Suite 402 – 58560
    218.299.7314
  • Toll Free: 1.800.452.3646
    Website: http://www.lakesandprairies.net
    For ages 18 and up; women with children are allowed.
  • OWATONNA
    Steele County Transitional Housing Inc.
    560 Dunnell Drive – 55060
    507.446.9315
    Ages 18 and up preferable; women with children are allowed.
  • Salvation Army
    400 Highway 10 South – 56304
    320.252.4552
    Website: http://www.salvationarmyusa.org
    Shelter for ages 18 and up; women with children are allowed.
  • ST. PAUL
    Naomi Family Residence
    77 9th Street East – 55101
    651.222.7962
    651.228.1800
    Website: http://www.ugmtc.org
    Shelter and transitional housing for ages 18 and up; women with children are
    allowed.
  • The Family Place
    244 Tenth Street East  - 55101
    651.225.9354
    Website: http://famplace.org/
    Email: info@famplace.org
    30-day shelter for women (pregnant or not pregnant) with children.
  • Women's Advocates, Inc.
    Location undisclosed
    24-Hour Crisis Line: 651.227.8284
    Website: http://www.wadvocates.org/
    Email: mbrown@wadvocates.org
    Emergency shelter (up to 3 months) and housing for women and children who are victims of domestic violence.

Mississippi

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • BILOXI
    Gulf Coast Women’s Center for Nonviolence
    P.O. Box 333 – 39533
    228.436.3809
    Crisis Hotline: 1.800.800.1396
    Website: http://www.gcwcfn.org/
    For victims of domestic violence or sexual assault; children are welcome.
  • Ocean Springs – Long Beach Interfaith Hospitality Network, Inc.
    P.O. Box 8562 – 39535
    228.388.3061
    Website: http://www.oslbihn.org/
    Shelter for homeless families (women with children)
  • New Dimensions Development Foundation, Inc.
    P.O. Box 11495 – 39283
    601.969.9856
    Transitional housing program for women and children.
  • NATCHEZ
    Guardian Shelter
    P.O. 1225 – 39121
    601.442.0142
    Domestic violence shelter.
  • VICKSBURG
    Haven House Family Shelter
    P.O. Box 57 – 39181
    601.683.0555
    1.800.898.0860
    For victims of domestic violence or sexual assault; children are welcome.

Missouri

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • DEFIANCE
    Our Lady’s Inn – St. Charles
    3607 Highway D – 63341
    636.398.5375
    Website: http://www.ourladysinn.org
    Emergency shelter/maternity home for homeless, pregnant women (ages 18 and up) and their children.
  • FULTON
    Faith Maternity Care
    P.O. Box 6232 – 65251
    573.642.7414
    Maternity home for teenagers.
  • Salvation Army Crossroads Family Shelter
    14704 E. Truman Rd. – 64050
    816.252.3200
    90-day family shelter; women may be pregnant but must have at least one other child under the age of 18.
  • KANSAS CITY
    Forest Avenue Family Shelter
    4300 Forest Ave. – 64110
    816.753.4753
    Website: http://forestavenuefamilyshelter.org/
    30-day shelter for single women (may be pregnant) or single mothers with children.
  • LEE’S SUMMIT
    MBCH – Children & Family Ministries
    4001 NE Lakewood Way
    816.795.8878
    1.800.264.6224
    Website: http://www.mbch.org
    Email: crisis.pregnancy@mbch.org
    Residential program for pregnant women and other youth in crisis.
  • ST. LOUIS
    Our Lady’s Inn – St. Louis
  • 4223 S. Compton – 63111
    314.351.4590
    Website: http://www.ourladysinn.org
    Emergency shelter/maternity home for homeless, pregnant women (ages 18 and up) and their children.

Montana

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • Homeward Bound
    304 North Main St.
    Butte, MT  59701
    406.782.8250

Nebraska

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need,

  • BROKEN BOW
  • Central Nebraska Community Services
    925 East South E St. - 68822
    308.872.6013
    Website: http://www.welcome2cncs.com
    Ages 19 and up
    Transitional Housing Program
  • CENTRAL CITY
  • Central Nebraska Community Services
    715 16th St - 68826
    308.946.3794
    Website: http://www.welcome2cncs.com
    Ages 19 and up
    Transitional Housing Program
  • COLUMBUS
  • Central Nebraska Community Services
    3362 53rd Ave - 68601
    402.564.1124
    Website: http://www.welcome2cncs.com
    Transitional Housing Program
  • GRAND ISLAND
  • Central Nebraska Community Services
    2525 West Lincoln Highway - 68803
    308.385.5500
    Website: http://www.welcome2cncs.com
    Transitional Housing Program
  • LOUP CITY
  • Central Nebraska Community Services
    626 N Street - 68853
    308.745.0780
    Website: http://www.welcome2cncs.com
    Transitional Housing Program
  • O'NEILL
  • Central Nebraska Community Services
    202 South 10th Street - 68763
    402.336.4298
    Website: http://www.welcome2cncs.com
    Ages 19 and up
    Transitional Housing Program

Nevada

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth
    702.383.1332
    or call 2-1-1
    Website: http://babyurmine.org/
    Provides help for pregnant teens, including food, supplies, and shelter.
  • LAS VEGAS
    Family Promise
    320 S. Ninth St. – 89101
    702.638.8806
    Website: http://www.familypromiselv.com/
    Pregnant woman must have children; must call before coming in for interview.
  • Safe Nest
    Address undisclosed
    702.646.4981
    1.800.486.7282
    Website: http://www.safenest.org
    Domestic violence shelter
  • Southern Nevada Children First
    720 W. Cheyenne, Ste. 30 – 89030
    702.487.5665
    Website: http://www.childrenfirst-nv.org
    For young pregnant women, generally aged 17-22; can stay up to 2 years.
  • St. Vincent’s Center (Catholic Charities)
    500 E. Fourth St. – 89512
    775.322.7073 ext. 221
    Website: www.ccsnn.org/emergency.html
    Provides short-term housing (or help with rent) for families, or women
    with children.

New Hampshire

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • CONCORD
    McKenna House
    100 South Fruit St. – 03301
    603.228.3505
  • DOVER
    My Friend’s Place
    368 Washington St. – 03820
    603.749.3017
    Email: trhh1972@yahoo.com

New Jersey

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • CINNAMINSON
    ABBA House
    Shelter address undisclosed
    Office Address: 257 West Broad St.
    Palmyra, NJ 08065
    24-Hour Hotline: 1.800.548.5433
    Office: 856.829.0202
    Website: http://www.abbapregnancy.org
  • EAST ORANGE
    Sierra House
    11 South Maple Ave. – 07018
    973.678.3556
    Website:www.Sierrahouse@.org
    - they house 18 yrs to 25 years old.
    - it is a transitional house and they could stay up to 2 yrs.
    - not more than 2 babies.
    * Pregnant and a child;
    * Not pregnant
    * Not pregnant with a child
    * Pregnant with no child
  • ELIZABETH
    Raphael’s Life House
    Address Undisclosed – must call Covenant House
    1.800.999.9999
    973.621.8705
    Website: http://www.covenanthousenj.org
  • Can only take women up to the age of 21.
  • PATERSON
    Eva’s Village
    393 Main St. – 07501
    2 shelters:
    1) Hope Residence for Mothers and Children
    973.742.2302
    2) Hope Residence for Women without Children
    973.279.1004

New Mexico

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • ALBUQUERQUE
    Amistad Runaway Facility
    1706 El Centro Familiar Blvd. SW – 87105
    505.877.0371
    Youth shelter for ages 17 and under.
  • Marie Amadea Shelter for Unwed Mothers
    708 Tijeras Ave. NW – 87102
    505.242.1516
    Maternity home
  • S.A.F.E. House
  • P.O. Box 25363 – 87125
    505.247.4219
    Website: http://safehousenm.org/
    Domestic violence shelter for women; children allowed.
  • The Shelter
    123 Rhode Island SE – 87108
    505.881.5228
    Shelter for runaways, ages 12-17.
  • Women’s Housing Coalition
    3005 San Pedro NE – 87110
    505.884.8856
    Website: http://www.whcabq.org/
    Email: whcabq@att.net
    Two-year housing program for low-income and homeless single mothers with children.
  • GRANTS
    Casa San Jose Maternity Shelter
    2595 W. Highway 66 – 87020
    505.285-5451
    casa@7cities.net
    Maternity home for girl ages 13-21

New York

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • NEW ROCHELLE
  • Elinor Martin Residence
    86 Mayflower Ave
    914.576.0082 (extension: 12)

North Carolina

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • ELKIN
    Echo Ministry
    130 Hill St. –28621-2416
    336.527.1637
    mjjenk@aol.com

North Dakota

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • Youthworks
    317 S University Dr
    Fargo, ND – 58103
    701.232.8558
  • BISMARCK
    Ruth Meiers Hospitality House
    1800 E. Broadway Avenue
    Bismarck, ND 58503
    701.222.2108
    Website: http://www.rmhh.org

Ohio

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • DAYTON
    Daybreak
    605 S. Patterson Blvd. – 45402
    Toll Free: 1.877.833.3199
    Local Crisis Hotline: 937.461.1000
    Website: http://www.daybreakdayton.org
    Daybreak has two housing programs:
  • 1) Safe Shelter for youth ages 10-18
    2) Housing program for youth ages 18-23
  • MONROE
    Darlene Bishop Home for Life
    703 North Union Rd./P.O. Box 700 – 45050
    513.423.5433
    Website: http://www.dbhl.org
    Email: director@dbhl.org
    Long-term shelter for pregnant women who are homeless, abused, or addicted to drugs/alcohol.

Oklahoma

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • LAWTON
    Carter Crane Emergency Homeless Shelter
    1203 SW Texas Ave. – 73501
    580.353.6592
    Ages 18 and up; women with children are allowed.
  • TAHLEQUAH
    Hope House of Cherokee County, Inc.
    P.O. Box 1606
    1619 N. Vinita -- 74465
    918.456.4673
    Ages 18 and up; women with children are allowed.
  • Youth Services
    311 South Madison – 74120
    918.582.0061
    Website: http://www.yst.org
    Adolescent emergency shelter.

Oregon

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • ALBANY
    Albany Helping Hands
    619 SW 9th Ave./ P.O. Box 2252 – 97321
    541.926.4036
  • CLACKAMAS
    Clackamas Women’s Services
    Location not disclosed
    Office: 503.722.2366
    Crisis hotline: 503.654.2288
    Website: http://www.cwsor.org
    Domestic violence shelter
  • EUGENE
    First Place Family Shelter
    1995 Amazon Parkway – 97405
    541.342.7728
    Website: http://www.svdp.us/
    Accept pregnant women, as well as women with children.
  • ShelterCare
    499 W. 4th Ave. – 97401
    541.686.1262
    Helps those who are at risk of becoming homeless with rent.
  • LAKE OSWEGO
    Community House
    4489 Upper Dr. – 97035
    503.297.2006
    503.699.6167
    laurah@orphansoverseas.org
    Maternity home for women ages 18+
  • TIGARD
    Good Neighbor Center
    11130 SW Greenburg Rd. – 97223
    503.443.6084
    Email: http://www.goodneighborcenter.org
    Pregnant women may come if they are in their last trimester.

Pennsylvania

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

Rhode Island

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • CRANSTON
    SSTAR – Stanley Street Treatment and Resources
    80 East St. – 02920
    401.462.6001
    Website: http://www.sstar.org/site/
    Email: jgorman@sstarbirth.com
    Residential substance abuse treatment program for pregnant women and/or women with children.
  • Newport County Women’s Resource Center
    114 Touro St. – 02840
    1.866.236.2474
    For victims of domestic violence; can bring children.

South Carolina

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

South Dakota

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • Stepping Stones Program - Rapid City - Lutheran Social Services
    120 Philadelphia St
    Rapid City, SD 57702
    605.388.8195
    Website: http://www.lsssd.org/

Tennessee

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • CHATTANOOGA
    Regeneration Outreach Ministry for Women
    513 Airport Rd. – 37421
    423.362.0991
  • CLEVELAND
    New Life Maternity Home
    4865 Freewill Rd. – 37364
    423.478.5351
    Website: http://www.nhm.cc
    Email: info@nhm.cc
    Maternity home for women ages 12-21.
  • KINGSPORT
    Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Kingsport
    601 Holston Street – 37660
    423.246.6500
    Must have minor children as well as being pregnant. Up to 90 days stay.
  • TULLAHOMA
    Shepherd’s House
    712 First Avenue – 37388
    931.393.4818
    Up to 45 days stay.

Texas

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • AUSTIN
  • Breath of Life Maternity Ministry
  • PO Box 202995
  • 512.219.8322
  • BELLVILLE
  • Hands of Grace Ministries
  • P.O. Box 132
  • 979.865.4400
  • CORPUS CHRISTI
  • Gabriel Project/Corpus Christi
  • Hope House, Inc.
  • 658 Robinson - 78404
  • 361.851.2727
  • 512.852.7388
  • Family Gateway Center
    711 S St. Paul
    214.741.6515
  • Promise House
    236 W Page
  • 214.941.9578
  • St. Theresa’s Shelter
    2727 Harlandale Ave
    214.374.3351
  • FORT WORTH
  • Bridge Youth & Family Services
  • 115 W. Broadway
  • 817.335.4673
  • KILLEEN
  • Kelsey Rae House
  • 254.338.4977
  • PAMPA
  • Pregnancy Support Center
  • P.O. Box 2097 - 79066
  • 806.669.2229
  • SAN ANTONIO
  • Guadalupe Maternity Home
  • 210.476.0707
  • TEMPLE
  • Our Lady of the Angels Maternity Shelter
  • 613 South 9th Street - 76501
  • 254.742.2340
  • E-mail:olams@att.net

Utah

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • CEDAR CITY
    Canyon Creek Women’s Crisis Center
    P.O. Box 2081 – 84721
    435.867.9411
    Website: http://www.ccwcc.org
    Domestic violence shelter; children may come.
  • OGDEN
    Ogden Rescue Mission
    2775 Wall Ave. – 84401
    801.621.4360
    Email: ormgary@comcast.net
    Shelter for individuals and families.
  • PARK CITY
    Peace House
    1960 Sidewinder Dr., Ste. 208 – 84060
    435.658.4739
    Website: http://www.peacehouse.org
    Domestic violence shelter; children may come with their mother.

Vermont

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

Virginia

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • BEALETON
    Community Touch, Inc.
    10499 Jericho Rd – 22712
    540.439.9300
    Website: http://www.communitytouchinc.org
    Must have a car and a full-time job in order to be accepted into the home.
  • LYNCHBURG
    Liberty Godparent Home
    124 Liberty Mountain Dr. – 24502-1834
    434.845.3466
    Website: http://godparent.org/

Washington

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • SEATTLE
    Sacred Heart Shelter
    232 Warren Ave. N. – 98109
    206.285.7489
    Website: www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?
    Shelter for single/pregnant women and families with children under the age of 12.
  • VANCOUVER
    Gates of Grace
    P.O. Box 821201 – 98662
    360.980.3973
  • WOODINVILLE
    Special Delivery
    16902 NE Woodinville-Duvall Rd. – 98072
    425.485.3582
    Website: http://www.specialdelivery.org
    Email: specialdelivery@occ.org
    Maternity home for women 18+ yrs of age; may not bring other children with them. Must be 6 months clean and sober.

West Virginia

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • HAGERSTOWN
    Salvation Army – Hagerstown
    534 W. Franklin St. Hagerstown, MD – 21740
    301.733.2440
  • HUNTINGTON
    Huntington City Mission – Project Hope
    1012 Seventh Avenue – 25701
    304.523.0293
  • MARTINSBURG
    Community Networks, Inc. – Bethany House
  • 216 E John St – 25401
    304.263.6614

Wisconsin

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • La Crosse
    Gerard Housing Alternatives
    940 Division
    608.791.3986
  • Madison
    The Elizabeth House
    1350 MacArthur Rd
    608.259.1606
  • Seton House
    1301 Williamson st. - 53703
    608.819.1061
    Website: http://www.carenet.org
  • Milwaukee
    Saint Catherine Residence
    1032 East Knapp St.
    414.272.8470
    Website: www.saintcatherineresidence.org
    Accept women who are pregnant or have  an infant(s); mom and baby can stay until their baby is 18 months old.
  • Necedah
    7 Sorrows of Our Sorrowful Mother
    West 5631 County Rd G
    1.800.362.5721
    608.565.2417
  • Neopit
    Eagles Nest Emergency Shelter
    W6733 Shawpokasic Street - 54150
    715.756.2581
    Website: http://www.nsn.gov
  • Madison
    Road Home Dane County
    128 East Olin Ave, Ste. 202 - 53713
  • 608.294.7998 ext. 303
    Website: http://www.trhome.org

Wyoming

ADVICE: When you call these numbers, if you don't find what you need, ASK THE PERSON FOR OTHER SHELTERS. They may know of places we do not have.

  • Jackson
    Good Samaritan Mission
    285 West Pearl Avenue - 83001
    307.733.3165
  • Casper
    Life Steps Community-Transitional housing center
    1514 East 12th street, Suite 200 - 82601
    307.235.4703
    Website: http://www.CAPNC.org
  • Cheyenne
    Comea House
    1504 Stinson - 82001
    307.632.3174
  • Riverton
    Fremont Country Good Samaritan Center
    921 East Washington - 82501
    307.856.5435
    E-mail: fcgsc@wyoming .com
  • Sheridan
    Sheridan Community Shelter
    1898 Fort Road, Building 24 - 82801
    307.673.0025
    Website: http://www.voanr.org