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Crisis Pregnancy Services

Pregnancy Services

Pregnant? Need Help? You are not alone!

For confidential 24/7 help, call 1-800-712-4357, Text “HELPLINE” to 313131 or visit www.optionline.org.

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.

Manhattan

Visitation Mission

Call: (212) 737-0221 or (877) 777-1277

Text: (212) 203-8716

Avail NYC

Call (212) 689-1705

Email: [email protected]

Pregnancy Help, Inc.

Call: (212) 243-7119

Text: (646) 734-8185

Email: [email protected]

Good Counsel, Inc.

Pregnancy Helpline: (800) 723-8331

Dutchess County

Birthright

Main Office: Poughkeepsie, NY | Phone: (845) 473-1300

Satellite Office: Fishkill, NY 12524 | (845) 897-2288

24 hr. hotline: 1-800-550-4900

Care Net Pregnancy Center of the Hudson Valley

Poughkeepsie, NY | (845) 471-9284

[email protected]

Orange County

MyChoice Pregnancy Care Center

Middletown, NY

New Windsor, NY

24-hour call line: (845) 561-3057
| Text: (845) 709-8199

Tri-State Pregnancy Ctr.

Milford, PA (serving Port Jervis, NY – Orange County)

Phone: (570) 491-5151

Rockland County

CareNet Pregnancy Center of Rockland

Spring Valley, NY

(845) 352-6074 | 24-Hour Helpline 1-800-712-5475

Birthright

Nanuet, NY

(845) 623-9098 | 24 hr. hotline 1-800-550-4900

New Hope

Pearl River, New York 10965

(201) 722-4705 | 24/7 Hotline

[email protected]

 

Staten Island

Pregnancy Resource Services

(718) 556-3474

(800) 712-HELP (4357) | 24/7 Hotline

[email protected]

Pregnancy Care Center of New York

(718) 667-4357

[email protected]

Sullivan County
Ulster County

The Bravo Center

Kingston, NY 12401

(845) 340-7355

[email protected]

For more resources in Ulster County, see the Ulster Deanery Respect Life Committee. 

Westchester/Putnam County

Birthright

Peekskill, NY

(914) 737-0344
| 24 hr. hotline 1-800-550-4900

Gianna’s House

Brewster, NY

(845) 279-8165

 


Maternity Homes

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.

Local Maternity Homes

Good Counsel, Inc.

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.

Sisters of Life/Holy Respite

(212) 737-0221 | (877) 777-1277

Expect Hope

Bronx, NY | 347-577-6331

18 and older. No other children in residence. A Christ-centered supportive residence with a very structured program to help mothers achieve their goals. Residents stay at least 3 months post-partum and may apply to stay longer if the program is working well.

Maternity Home of Hudson Valley

Walden, NY | (845) 372-8052

18 and older. No other children in residence. No drug/alcohol abuse or severe mental illness. The home is free up until the baby’s first birthday. Ideal candidates are looking to make a real change in their life and are willing and able to participate in life and parenting skills classes as well as Bible studies.

Additional Homes

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

AMT Children of Hope Foundation/Safe Haven Program

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.

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.

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