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OptionLine provides a listing of pregnancy help agencies in your community. Go online to search for an agency closest to you. Centers that provide material assistance will have “material aid” listed in the services section. Other services may include free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, STI/STD testing, counseling, and parenting classes. Services …
Options for Pregnancy
If you think you may be pregnant, your next step is important. Calling us or visiting a local free women’s clinic is a good option. Why? Because we will not make money or profit from your decision. To take a pressure free step you should plan your steps. Making a …
P.E.O. Sisterhood has been providing women with the financial assistance they need to attend college and improve their lives. Scholarships are mostly awarded to mothers. In addition to scholarships, the organization also helps mothers fund their college education through grants and loans. In total, this organization has provided over 77,000 …
Address: 3700 Grand Avenue, De Moines
Patsy Takemoto Mink Scholarship for Low-Income Women
This scholarship program was founded in 2003 by Congresswoman Patsy Takemoto Mink. Throughout her career, Congresswoman Mink has worked to promote education and support resources available for low-income women and their children. Her foundation provides financial assistance to low-income women enrolled in a higher education program or a specialized training …
Postpartum Progress provides a listing of postpartum depression support groups in the United States and Canada.
Postpartum Support International
Postpartum Support International offers information and resources for women suffering from postpartum depression, anxiety, and psychosis. Online Support Groups: http://www.postpartum.net/psi-online-support-meetings/
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Project Cuddle is a pregnancy hotline where you can call and receive encouragement for prenatal care, connections to local resources, and providing healthy, safe, and legal alternatives to baby abandonment.
Project Rachel operates as a network of healing composed of specially-trained caregivers which may include priests, deacons, sisters, lay staff and volunteers, mental health professionals, spiritual directors, mentors, chaplains and others, such as medical personnel. These individuals, often working as a team, provide direct care to women, men and adolescents …