Pregnant? Need Help? You are not alone!
Below are more local pregnancy centers which assist women facing an unplanned pregnancy and offer or refer for free pregnancy tests, counseling, material & emotional support, medical care (sonograms, etc), educational programs, housing referrals, support groups, and more. Women from any location can be served throughout the Archdiocese.
New York, NY
call: (212) 737-0221 or (877) 777-1277
text: (212) 203-8716
110 East 40th Street, Suite 706
Offers pregnancy testing and Christian
counsel/post abortion care to all New Yorkers
facing an unintended pregnancy.
233 West 14th Street, NYC
Homes and Hope for Babies and Mothers
Pregnancy Helpline: (800) 723-8331
1780 Grand Concourse, New York, NY 10022
718-228-1515 or (800) 592-HELP
344 East 149th Street, 2nd Floor
Bronx, NY 10451
PO Box 478 – 8 Towners Road – Carmel, NY, 10512
389 Broadway Kingston, NY 12401
| 24 hr. hotline 1-800-550-4900
826 South St.
Peekskill, NY 10566
| 24 hr. hotline 1-800-550-4900
141 Ashburton Ave.
Yonkers, NY 10703
Free pregnancy tests, mentoring, emotional and
material support through the first year of child’s life.
Phone line is answered 24/7.
New Rochelle, NY
Maternity homes are supportive living environments or “homes” for pregnant women that are more or less structured with programs. Pregnant women generally live here (with or without other children) for a specified amount of time.
South Bronx, Spring Valley, Staten Island
| (800) 723-8331
Any age: Pregnant Only, Pregnant and 1 or more children already born, Single mothers with babies 1-6 weeks old
All placements are made through phone. Each home is structured & long-term. Note: Harrison serves those struggling with Drug & Alcohol Addiction &/or Mental Sufferings.
(212) 737-0221 | (877) 777-1277
18 yrs & over: Pregnant Only, Single mothers with one child birth to age 1
Usually receives women in their 3rd trimester
of pregnancy or after birth.
Bronx, NY | (718) 920-9581
Teens & early 20’s exceptions: Pregnant Only
Very structured program; serves young women with challenging backgrounds; most referrals come through EAU or are court-mandated.
Walden, NY | (845) 372-8052
Yet to open. See website for volunteer and financial needs.
Single pregnant women with no other children. Women may stay up to 12 months following the birth of their baby.
Includes Life skills training and education and Christian family environment with Bible studies and prayer.
Other Maternity Homes may be available through placement with the EAU (Emergency Assistance Unit – Family Shelter) – The EAU is the city family intake center that determines the need for shelter and the best course of action and then places women.
Emergency Services for Pregnant Women
Anonymous Hotline: 1-877-796-HOPE (4673)
A Safe Haven is a designated public place, such as a hospital, firehouse,
EMS station or police precinct when a baby can be left, in a safe condition, so that it may be permanently cared for. A Safe Haven will accept an infant from a birth mother, get the infant medical care as needed, and place the infant in the adoption process.
For confidential 24/7 help, call 800-712-HELP, Text “HELPLINE” to 313131 or visit www.optionline.org.
Are you a student? We have resources for you.
Visit Students for Life of America’s website for resources and support specifically found for college students that are pregnant on campus. Learn more and search for support near you here.