The following organizations provide support, resources and help for unexpected, unplanned, unwanted or crisis pregnancies:
Immediate Help Available
1-800-395-HELP or 1-800-TNN-4MOM
- Heartbeat International – Offers quick access to worldwide directory listing 4883 pregnancy help centers. Most centers provide free pregnancy testing, counseling on abortion alternatives, maternal health and other needs related to your unexpected pregnancy. This page also contains a search for medical clinics, maternity homes and nonprofit adoption agencies.
- Nurturing Network – 42,000 volunteers in 50 states and 25 countries will help you toward a positive alternative to abortion. Services include medical assistance, financial assistance, nurturing homes, educational programs, employment and adoption counseling, preparation for parenthood. More than 17,000 mothers and children served.
- PregnancyCenters.org – Trained phone consultants are available at all hours to take your calls. Search can locate the pregnancy center nearest you, with a map, address and phone number provided.
- CrisisPregnancy.com – Complete one-stop site providing information on many topics related to unplanned pregnancy including teen mothers, expectant fathers, week-by-week pregnancy calendar, legal considerations, maternity homes, open adoptions, financial assistance, and more.
- Woodland Hills Academy – Residential Treatment Center for Pregnant Teens – Every twenty-six seconds a teenager who is not prepared to be a parent becomes pregnant in the United States. These young teen mothers are faced with many challenges; the possibility of dropping out of school, problems finding a good paying job and additional pregnancies. Woodland Hills Academy offers a chance to begin again with hope and dignity . . . a chance to prepare for the future and to get their life back on track. Our loving and caring staff are dedicated to their needs and success.
Other Related Links
- Cozmo Baby – Providing parents with the decor and supplies they need for their baby from the convenience of their own homes.