Safe Haven

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Safe Haven Child Protection Act – Maine

You may leave your newborn child with a safe haven provider within the first 31 days of life with no strings attached. A safe haven provider means: a law enforcement officer, staff at a medical emergency room, medical services provider, hospital staff member at a hospital, firefighter, and person staffing a facility with a safe haven baby box.
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Maryland Safe Haven

In Maryland, no one ever has to abandon a newborn baby. Under the Safe Haven law, a distressed parent who is unable or unwilling to care for their infant can safely give up custody of their baby, no questions asked.
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Safe Haven Baby Boxes

Many mothers-in-crisis want and need anonymity when surrendering an infant, due either to fear of recognition, the stigma associated with surrendering a child, or fear of prosecution due to ignorance and/or misunderstanding of the Safe Haven law. The Safe Haven Baby Box organization staffs a 24-hour hotline (1-866-99BABY1) to give women the opportunity to talk to a trained professional as
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Hope Center

The Hope Center of Connersville offers confidential pregnancy services for women and men. Our services include STI testing, pregnancy testing, peer-to-peer support, education, parenting classes, and limited ultrasounds.
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Wisconsin Safe Haven Law

Safe Haven, also known as “infant relinquishment,” allows a parent to leave their newborn in a safe place in certain circumstances with certain individuals.
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Safely Surrendered Baby

Information on how to safely surrender your baby.
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Birth Mother Assistance

Our non-profit adoption agency created this page to specifically help pregnant women and birth mothers in the state of North Dakota. It includes information on where to look for financial assistance, free or low cost medical care and nutritional and health programs, support groups, government programs, and other North Dakota information to help you and your child.
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North Dakota Safe Haven Guidelines

You can leave your unharmed baby, up to 1 year old, with an employee at any hospital in North Dakota. In North Dakota, no one ever has to abandon a child again.
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National Safe Haven Alliance

The National Safe Haven Alliance equips Safe Haven Providers and parents facing unplanned pregnancies with safe alternatives that prevent infant abandonment while providing holistic care for both parents and babies.
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The Center for Violence Prevention

The Center for Violence Prevention has a twenty-four hour crisis and referral line to assist in immediate needs.
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