Colorado Schools of Mines

Camille Cisneros

Colorado Schools of Mines

Pregnant? Parenting? You are not alone.

There are resources on campus and in the community to support you as you seek your college degree.

 

  • Peer-to-Peer Support

    • Other Support
      No local resources found
      • United States Lactation Consultant Association National

        This directory lists USLCA members that offer private Lactation Consultant services to clients. Services offered may include: home visits, consultations in private office or breastfeeding clinic, rental of electric pumps and/or the sale of various products. The use of private Lactation Consultant Services from this website is at the discretion of each individual. The USLCA does not take any responsibility for contracts between individuals from this list.

      • La Leche League International National

        Our Mission is to help mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education, and to promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother. Resources: http://www.llli.org/resources.html Find a group near you: http://www.llli.org/webus.html.

      • Embrace Grace National

        Single and Pregnant? You are not alone! Get plugged into an Embrace Grace group in your local area. In the Embrace Grace program, you will make new friends in similar circumstances, receive a baby shower with NEW baby items, and be inspired and filled with hope by friends, leaders and God.

      • Stand Up Girl National

        Founded in 2000, this website now reaches nearly 200,000 young people each month – over 2 million girls each year. In addition, the popular Forum, Blog and Chat Room features connect young women from all over the world who share their stories of hope and courage. The most important component of the website is the real-life stories of girls facing their own crisis pregnancies and how the StandUpGirl.com team provides personal and individual guidance and concern to help them make a choice that both they and their baby can live with.


  • Housing

    • Housing Off Campus
      No local resources found
      • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (Renting) National

        HUD’s mission is to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality affordable homes for all. HUD is working to strengthen the housing market to bolster the economy and protect consumers; meet the need for quality affordable rental homes: utilize housing as a platform for improving quality of life; build inclusive and sustainable communities free from discrimination; and transform the way HUD does business.

      • CoAbode National

        CoAbode’s mission is to provide support and services that connect women raising children alone. Through this connection, single parent women families pool their finances and resources to improve their living conditions for themselves and their children by sharing a home. CoAbode was founded on the principle that two single moms raising children together can achieve more than one struggling alone. Through a variety of community based programs, CoAbode provides single mothers with affordable housing opportunities, specialized support groups, educational scholarships, community outreach and involvement as well as referrals to vital resources designed to make parenting a child alone easier, healthier and more secure.

      • Hidden Choices National

        Resources for teens and mothers in crisis.

      • Mercy Housing National

        Mercy Housing is a national nonprofit organization that developed, financed and operates affordable, program-enriched housing communities for families, seniors and people with special needs who lack the economic resources to access quality, safe housing opportunities.


  • Clothing / Food Assistance

    • Maternity Clothes and Baby Items
      • Marisol Health Local

        Marisol Health operates licensed medical centers fully equipped to help women make important decisions about their reproductive health. We also support others – boyfriends, spouses, family and friends – who are navigating these important decisions alongside the women in their lives. We offer a truly positive experience, in an open and accepting atmosphere.


        Call: 303-731-6130
        Address: 3894 Olive St, Denver, Denver, CO 80207
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 14221 E. 4th Avenue, Building 2, Suite 330,, Aurora,, CO 80011
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 441 Wadsworth Boulevard, Suite 225, Lakewood, CO 80226
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 1440 Blake Street, Suite 200, Denver, CO 80202
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • OptionLine National

        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 are often free or inexpensive. These centers do not refer for abortion.

      • Goodwill National

        The Goodwill and other thrift stores offer low priced items. You can find clothing, houseware, and other miscellaneous supplies.


    • Assistance With Food
      No local resources found
      • National School Lunch Program (NSLP) National

        Do you have school-age children? The National School Lunch Program is a federally assisted meal program operating in public and nonprofit private schools and residential child care institutions. It provides nutritionally balanced, low-cost or free lunches to children each school day.

      • Feeding America National

        Feeding America is committed to helping end the fight against hunger. Find your local food bank using Feeding America’s helpful food bank locator.

      • Food Pantries.org National

        FoodPantries.org provides a full list of local food pantries.

      • Project Bread National

        Project Bread works to improve access to nutritious food for children and families.

      • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) National

        Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as Food Stamps If eligible, the SNAP program will help pay your grocery bill so that you and your child can eat well while you attend school. To be eligible, students must be a single parent who has a child under age of 6 in the home. The applicant may not have over 2,000 in cash or bank account assets. Student loans do not count as assets.

      • WIC (Women, Infants and Children) National

        The Purpose of WIC is to insure that women and their children are eating nutritious foods that their body needs. WIC provides eligible applicants with checks to purchase designated healthy foods from local grocery stores. They also provide help with breastfeeding including free breast pumps and formula.


  • Childcare

    • Tips for Affordable Childcare
      No local resources found
      • Child Care Aware National

        Child Care Aware® is the nation’s most respected hub of information for parents and child care providers. A program of Child Care Aware® of America, Child Care Aware® helps families learn more about the elements of quality child care and how to locate programs in their communities. Child Care Aware® also provides child care providers with access to resources for their child care programs. Their toll-free referral line (1-800-424-2246) is staffed by highly-trained and friendly Child Care Consumer Education Specialists who offer both parents and providers invaluable information about child care, and referrals to local Child Care Resource and Referral agencies where they can receive individualized assistance. The Child Care Aware® website is one of the most visited and trusted destinations for parents seeking child care.

      • ChildcareCenter.us National

        ChildcareCenter.us is the foremost destination online for qualified, family-friendly childcare centers across the United States. They are the largest directory for childcare services in the nation, with over 250,000 childcare centers, home daycare providers, nannies, and babysitters to give you the best choices possible for your child’s care.

      • Child Care and Development Fund National

        The Child Care and Development Fund, a program of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, provides child care grants each year to state, tribal, and U.S. territory governments to assist low-income families. The program uses vouchers and provider contracts to provide subsidized child care to eligible families, which include parents and the primary caregivers of children 12 years of age and under, or disabled persons under 19 years of age. Eligible applicants are employed, enrolled in a job training or education program, or are under court supervision directives that require child care. HHS provides state and tribal contacts on its website. Local departments of social services can also provide information about the program.

      • Head Start National

        The Head Start Program, administered by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), provides grants to local private, nonprofit and public agencies to provide child care services to low-income families. Local Head Start programs are authorized to accept a certain percentage of children whose family incomes are above the poverty level and, under certain conditions, pregnant women. HHS provides on its website a Head Start Program Locator Tool.

      • Early Head Start National

        Early Head Start is a child development program for low-income families. Each Early Head Start program is responsible for determining its’ own eligibility criteria. Family income is one key factor in determining eligibility. The federal poverty guidelines (http://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty/) are used to evaluate family income. Early Head Start programs may elect to target their services to a particular population to best meet the unique needs of families and children in their community. Please contact the EHS program in your area (http://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc/HeadStartOffices) for specific information about how to enroll in your local Early Head Start.

      • Care.com National

        Care.com is the world’s largest online destination for care. We connect families with great caregivers and caring companies to help you be there for the ones you love. Care.com provides a database for caregivers (e.g. babysitters, nannies, daycare centers). On this website, parents can post the job (including descriptions of your needs for child care, age of your child, any special requirements). You can also search for caregivers in your area and review the profiles of potential caregivers.


    • Child Support
      No local resources found

  • Insurance

    • Insurance for Low-Income Families
      No local resources found

    • Insurance for Your Child
      No local resources found
      • CHIP (Child’s Health Insurance Program) National

        This program provides free or low cost health insurance for children up to age 19. This insurance covers doctor visits, immunizations, hospitalizations and emergency room visits. The income limit changes yearly and currently a family’s gross income must be below 200 percent federal poverty level (FPL) for the children to get CHIP coverage. Generally, a family’s gross income must be below 133 percent FPL for children age one to five years to get Medicaid.


  • Financing Your Education

    • Government Grants
      No local resources found
      • Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) National

        This is a need-based grant like Pell Grants, and it is designed to be used as a supplemental financing option in conjunction with Pell Grants. As with the previous two federal grants, interested candidates can complete the Free Application for Financial Student Aid to be considered for this program at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

      • Academic Competitiveness Grant National

        The federal government offers students with the opportunity to obtain needed college funds through the Academic Competitiveness Grant, or ACG. This grant may be used in conjunction with Pell Grants. Unlike Pell Grants, however, the ACG is performance-based. It is designed for those who are enrolled in the first or second year of their college education. Application is open to all students who submit a Free Application for Financial Student Aid at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

      • Federal Pell Grant National

        Pell Grants are available to all college students who can demonstrate financial need, including single mothers and pregnant mothers. This is a need-based program offered through the federal.


    • Private Foundations
      No local resources found
      • United Negro College Fund National

        The UNCF is designed to help African Americans, including mothers and expectant mothers of African American descent, obtain funds needed to attend college and work toward a higher education degree. Some scholarships are sponsored by specific corporations including Intel, Google, and others. More information about the different scholarship programs available can be found on the UNCF website at the UNCF website.

      • Women’s Independence Scholarship Program National

        WISP is designed to help women obtain the money they need to attend college and earn a higher education degree. The program is suited for survivors of domestic abuse from an intimate partner such as a spouse or a boyfriend. The program prefers to award scholarship funds to those enrolled state community colleges, state colleges or universities, and technical or vocational schools. Those enrolled in other programs may also apply. The application for the WISP fund as well as more information about this program may be found online.

      • P.E.O. Sisterhood National

        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 women with financial assistance, and this assistance has totaled over $200 million dollars over the past 150 years.

      • Scholarships For Moms National

        Scholarships for Moms is a scholarship program that is available to single or married women who are mothers or who are pregnant. Essentially, any college student or prospective college student who is a mother may apply. The program will award up to $10,000 in money to be used for higher education costs to the recipient of the scholarship. The scholarship application can also be completed online at the above website.

      • Patsy Takemoto Mink Scholarship for Low-Income Women National

        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 program. The number of awards and the amount of the awards will vary from year to year. In 2012, five scholarships in the amount of $2,000 each will be awarded.

      • American Association of University Women National

        AAUW offers scholarships, grants, financial awards, and fellowship opportunities to women across the country. The organization aims to promote equal education for all women, so it is a great resource for funding higher education endeavors made by women with children or who are currently pregnant.

      • Hispanic Scholarship Fund National

        The HSF awards up to $15,000 in free scholarships for Hispanics attending or who plan to attend, two or four year colleges and universities. The average award is $2,500 for those attending 4 year universities and $1,500 for two year community colleges.

      • Denny’s Single Parent Student Scholarship National

        Denny’s Single Parent Scholarship gives $ 500 to 1500 to single parent students. Applicants must be of Hispanic origin, have a 3.0 or above GPA and must demonstrate financial need.

      • SWE Scholarship National

        Women who are enrolled in a program focused on computer science, engineering or engineering technology may consider applying for an SWE scholarship. There are several different scholarships and grants awarded each summer to prospective students who are either sophomore, junior, senior, or grad students in an accredited program. The financial support options include endowed scholarships, corporate-sponsored scholarships, and grants.

      • The Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund National

        The Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund gives 20 scholarships each year to 20 women around the world who want to return to earn a college degree. The Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund is sponsored and run by the World Bank, and awards educational grants to women from North America as well as some developing countries around the world. To earn these awards, a woman has to plan to pursue graduate studies that benefit women and children’s health worldwide. That means the main criteria is an essay and phone interview to establish a woman’s commitment to improving the lives of underprivileged women and children. These awards are worth $12,000 a year toward college costs, and are renewable for four years.

      • Jeanette Rankin Foundation National

        Jeannette Rankin Foundation hands out scholarships to women age 35 or older who show an interest in higher education. During that time, 500 plus women have earned awards to attend the college of their choice through Jeanette Rankin scholarships. These offers are for women pursuing a four-year degree. The Foundation hands out about 15 scholarships a year, with the amount of the award dependent on financial need. No, Jeanette Rankin Foundation scholarships are not targeted at moms, but if you’re a mom 35 or older, you qualify to apply for a scholarship from the Jeanette Rankin Foundation.

      • R.O.S.E. Scholarship National

        The letters in the R.O.S.E. Scholarship stand for Regaining One’s Self Esteem, and the R.O.S.E. Scholarship is awarded to women who are survivors of domestic violence and abuse. This award gives financial assistance to survivors of abuse planning to attend any four-year college in the New England area. In order to be eligible for a R.O.S.E. Scholarship, women must have already attended one full year of undergraduate studies at a college in New England, and is interviewed by the scholarship committee to establish need. The R.O.S.E. fund does much more than pay scholarships; the fund also helps women pay for reconstructive surgery after incidences of abuse and even find work and lodging after leaving an abusive relationship. Though not aimed specifically at moms, many mothers qualify for financial aid money from the R.O.S.E. Foundation.

      • Women’s Opportunity Awards National

        Soroptomist International has the Women’s Opportunity Awards, which are given to women who serve as the primary head of their household. Depending on the woman’s financial need and the cost of tuition at her chosen school, this award could pay for a mom’s entire college education.

      • Feminists for Life Pregnancy Assistance Fund National

        The Feminists for Life (FFL) Pregnancy Assistance Fund provides grants from the US Department of Health and Human Services. Inspired by Feminists for Life’s Pregnancy Resource Forums, the first of four components provides grants to states in order to support pregnant and parenting students at institutions of higher education. Grants are awarded every three years. Administrators need to apply to the state for direct funding.

      • College Affordability Guide National

        This helpful guide provides suggestions for cutting costs in 8 topics: Off-Campus Housing, Health Insurance, Medical Treatment, Child Care, Transportation, Food, Computers, Internet Service, and Textbooks.


    • State-Specific Scholarships
      No local resources found

  • Counseling

    • Pregnancy Options
      • Marisol Health Local

        Marisol Health operates licensed medical centers fully equipped to help women make important decisions about their reproductive health. We also support others – boyfriends, spouses, family and friends – who are navigating these important decisions alongside the women in their lives. We offer a truly positive experience, in an open and accepting atmosphere.


        Call: 303-731-6130
        Address: 3894 Olive St, Denver, Denver, CO 80207
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 14221 E. 4th Avenue, Building 2, Suite 330,, Aurora,, CO 80011
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 441 Wadsworth Boulevard, Suite 225, Lakewood, CO 80226
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 1440 Blake Street, Suite 200, Denver, CO 80202
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Nurturing Networks National

        Nurturing Networks provide practical, life-saving services to women facing an unplanned pregnancy, including education options to continue her pregnancy without sacrificing her own hopes and dreams.

      • OptionLine National

        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 are often free or inexpensive. These centers do not refer for abortion.

      • Options for Pregnancy National

        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 pregnancy plan gives you both time to think and a stress-free way to work through your options.

      • Real Alternatives National

        Real Alternatives uses a network of 125+ pregnancy support centers, Catholic Charities, and maternity homes to provide free pregnancy support and parenting education services to women and families in Indiana, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. Real Alternatives has over 500 caring and compassionate trained counselors providing support to women facing an unexpected pregnancy. Each site provides confidential and free pregnancy testing. On the Real Alternatives website, women can access services nearest to them by plugging in their zip code. Women can also find information on fetal development, hear baby’s heartbeat, and learn about what to do if someone is forcing them to have an abortion.


    • Abortion Pill Reversal
      • Marisol Health Local

        Marisol Health operates licensed medical centers fully equipped to help women make important decisions about their reproductive health. We also support others – boyfriends, spouses, family and friends – who are navigating these important decisions alongside the women in their lives. We offer a truly positive experience, in an open and accepting atmosphere.


        Call: 303-731-6130
        Address: 3894 Olive St, Denver, Denver, CO 80207
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 14221 E. 4th Avenue, Building 2, Suite 330,, Aurora,, CO 80011
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 441 Wadsworth Boulevard, Suite 225, Lakewood, CO 80226
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 1440 Blake Street, Suite 200, Denver, CO 80202
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Abortion Pill Reversal National

        Many women who have taken the abortion pill experience regret. You are not alone. If you have changed your mind, there is help for you. Abortion Pill Reversal is a new medical procedure available to reverse the effects of the abortion pill and possibly save the life of your child. If you have taken the first dose of the abortion pill (RU-486 or Mifeprex®) and are now experiencing regret, it may not be too late. Reversal is most successful within 72 hours. Call the 24-Hour Abortion Pill Reversal Helpline to speak to a medical professional.


    • After Abortion
      • Marisol Health Local

        Marisol Health operates licensed medical centers fully equipped to help women make important decisions about their reproductive health. We also support others – boyfriends, spouses, family and friends – who are navigating these important decisions alongside the women in their lives. We offer a truly positive experience, in an open and accepting atmosphere.


        Call: 303-731-6130
        Address: 3894 Olive St, Denver, Denver, CO 80207
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 14221 E. 4th Avenue, Building 2, Suite 330,, Aurora,, CO 80011
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 441 Wadsworth Boulevard, Suite 225, Lakewood, CO 80226
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 1440 Blake Street, Suite 200, Denver, CO 80202
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Abortion Recovery National

        Abortion Recovery helps individuals and families overcome the emotional and psychological complications that are often experienced after an abortion. Recovery is often free, always confidential and is available to ANYONE affected by the loss of a child by abortion. Abortion Recovery gives you a sense of personal peace which heals internal brokenness, repairs relationships and brings back intimate friendships. Recovery gives a new beginning to life following an abortion.

      • Rachel’s Vineyard National

        Rachel’s Vineyard weekends for healing after abortion are offered throughout the year in locations across the United States and Canada, with additional sites around the world. They also offer a 15-week support group model for Rachel’s Vineyard. Because of the emotional numbness and secrecy that often surrounds an abortion experience, conflicting emotions both during and after the event may remain unresolved. These buried feelings can surface later and may be symptoms of post abortion trauma. The program is an opportunity to examine your abortion experience, identify the ways that the loss has affected you in the past and present, and helps to acknowledge any unresolved feelings.

      • Support After Abortion National

        In an atmosphere of acceptance and flexibility, we offer an options-based approach to emotional and spiritual healing. The client can choose a program that best suits their need. This approach means that any client anywhere can be connected to a program of their choosing. This means that over 800 agencies were referred to and worked with us to assist our clients.

      • Project Rachel National

        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 who have been touched by an abortion loss, enabling them to grieve, receive forgiveness, and find peace. Although most dioceses use the name Project Rachel, some programs are named differently. In addition to individualized counseling, some programs include support groups and retreats. Project Rachel programs can be found in about 150 Catholic dioceses in the United States, as well as in dioceses in other countries.

      • Sisters of Life National

        The Sisters of Life affirm that there is hope and healing after abortion. For love and support after your abortion, please call the Sisters of Life toll free at (866)575-0075. You can also email the sisters at hopeandhealing@sistersoflife.org. The Sisters of Life offer after abortion healing programs, in addition to support, resources, and maternity housing for women in unplanned pregnancies.

      • Silent No More National

        Silent No More Awareness is a campaign whereby Christians make the public aware of the devastation abortion brings to women and men. The campaign seeks to expose and heal the secrecy and silence surrounding the emotional and physical pain of abortion. To learn more about healing programs in your area, please visit www.abortionforgiveness.com. To learn more about sharing your story, please visit www.abortiontestimony.com. For more information, please email mail@silentnomoreawareness.org.


    • Other Counseling Options
      • Marisol Health Local

        Marisol Health operates licensed medical centers fully equipped to help women make important decisions about their reproductive health. We also support others – boyfriends, spouses, family and friends – who are navigating these important decisions alongside the women in their lives. We offer a truly positive experience, in an open and accepting atmosphere.


        Call: 303-731-6130
        Address: 3894 Olive St, Denver, Denver, CO 80207
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 14221 E. 4th Avenue, Building 2, Suite 330,, Aurora,, CO 80011
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 441 Wadsworth Boulevard, Suite 225, Lakewood, CO 80226
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 1440 Blake Street, Suite 200, Denver, CO 80202
        VISIT WEBSITE
      • Postpartum Support International National

        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/

      • Postpartum Progress National

        Postpartum Progress provides a listing of postpartum depression support groups in the United States and Canada.

      • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline National

        Suicidal thoughts or feelings are sometimes experienced by women who have had an abortion. If this is happening to you, please get help immediately. We want you to know that there is hope for you, and that we care very much.


  • Adoption

    • Adoption Resources
      No local resources found
      • Faithful Adoption Consultants National

        Adoptive parents of six, Courtney & Emeory Lott assist parents through their adoption process. FAC provides one of the most extensive and up-to-date lists of financial grant and loan info.

      • Lifetime Adoption National

        Lifetime Adoption assists African American couples wanting to adopt and birth mothers seeking African-American families.

      • I Choose Adoption National

        I Choose Adoption is sponsored by the National Council for Adoption. This website offers a wide variety of resources for birth parents, adoptees, and adoptive families including adoption stories, videos, resources, and more!

      • First Hero National

        You may not have planned on getting pregnant, but you can plan what is best for you and your baby. Text “hero” to 313131 to chat confidentially with a birthmom to help you determine whether placing your baby for adoption with a loving family is the right decision for you and your baby. At FirstHero.org, we believe that birthmoms are courageous and selfless heroes and change lives for the better. Countless couples would not have had a family if it weren’t for these very special and brave women. Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/babysfirsthero/

      • BirthMom Buds National

        BirthMom Buds is a national web based non profit organization which provides support to pregnant women considering adoption as well as birthmothers who have already placed children for adoption through its website, toll free support line, as well as many programs including the Pregnant and Placing Program, Buddy System, and Annual Birthmother Retreats.

      • Bethany Christian Services National

        Bethany Christian Services is a global nonprofit organization that brings families together and keeps families together. Strengthening families for the well-being of children is our top priority. Our services include adoption, foster care, and pregnancy counseling. If you are pregnant and considering adoption, Bethany Christian Services will provide pregnancy support and help you make an adoption plan. Bethany Christian Services can also provide financial assistance for living expenses during your pregnancy (e.g. rent when you can’t work, food, transportation, utilities, or maternity clothes) and help with medical and legal expenses if needed.

      • Sally’s Lambs National

        Their mission is to encourage and support birth moms facing unplanned pregnancies. By working with established pregnancy care centers, adoption agencies and with birth mothers directly, Sally’s Lambs® will meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of birth mothers.

      • National Council for Adoption National

        The National Council for Adoption provides a wide variety of information and resources for birthparents as well as prospective adoptive parents. On their main website, you will find legislation, research, training, upcoming events, and more. On their iChooseAdoption site, you can learn about adoption, watch testimonial videos, read stories, find a nearby adoption agency, and more. To contact NCFA, call (703) 299-6633, or email ncfa@adoptioncouncil.org.


        Call: (703) 299-6633
        Address: 123 sample ln, Sample, PA 22405
        Location: USA
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    • Private Grant Programs
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      • Lifesong for Orphans National

        Lifesong’s mission is to bring joy and purpose to orphans. Lifesong for Orphans helps establish much needed adoption funds at churches, and this organization provides adoption grants and interest free loans to prospective adoptive parents.

      • Brittany’s Hope National

        Brittany’s Hope supports adoptions of special needs, older and sibling children by providing financial grants for special waiting children.


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      • Marisol Health Local

        Marisol Health operates licensed medical centers fully equipped to help women make important decisions about their reproductive health. We also support others – boyfriends, spouses, family and friends – who are navigating these important decisions alongside the women in their lives. We offer a truly positive experience, in an open and accepting atmosphere.


        Call: 303-731-6130
        Address: 3894 Olive St, Denver, Denver, CO 80207
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      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 14221 E. 4th Avenue, Building 2, Suite 330,, Aurora,, CO 80011
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      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 441 Wadsworth Boulevard, Suite 225, Lakewood, CO 80226
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      • Alternatives Pregnancy Center Local

        All Free Services: 24 Hour Helpline, Options Information, Ultrasound, Material Aid, After Abortion Support, Community Referrals, STD/STI Information, STD Screening After Abortion Support, STD/STI Information Mentoring, Support for both men and women


        Call: 303-295-2288
        Address: 1440 Blake Street, Suite 200, Denver, CO 80202
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      • Gift of Adoption Fund National

        Every year, Gift of Adoption Fund assists over 600 hopeful parents who are qualified to adopt but need the last bit of financial resources required to complete an adoption. The Gift of Adoption Fund has granted over $3,900,000 to help change the lives of more than 1,300 children in need of families. For more information on financial assistance grants, please call toll-free.

      • Adoption-Share National

        If you are faced with an unintended pregnancy and are interested in knowing more about adoption, in a confidential, non-obligatory forum, we encourage you to join www.adoption-share.com today. As an anonymous member, you can gather adoption information without formal commitment, research families that want to adopt, and find out if this is the right option for you. For a more in-depth inquiry, “friend” an agency on our network and have your questions answered.

      • AdoptUsKids National

        AdoptUs Kids raises public awareness about the need for foster and adoptive families for children in public child welfare system. Recruit foster and adoptive families and connect them with children.

      • Catholic Charities National

        Catholic Charities provide options counseling and adoption placement services including: foster care, international adoption, special needs adoption and interstate adoption. They also provide post adoption services as well as search and reunion services.

      • National Council for Adoption National

        The National Council for Adoption provides a wide variety of information and resources for birthparents as well as prospective adoptive parents. On their main website, you will find legislation, research, training, upcoming events, and more. On their iChooseAdoption site, you can learn about adoption, watch testimonial videos, read stories, find a nearby adoption agency, and more.

      • Adopted and Loved National

        Adoptedandloved.com encourages adoptees, adoptive parents, and birthparents to “celebrate beautiful possibility.” This website is a great resource for adoptive families and for families interested in adoption. Find stories, resources, and support.


    • Birth Parent Support
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      • BirthMom Buds National

        BirthMom Buds is a national web based non profit organization which provides support to pregnant women considering adoption as well as birthmothers who have already placed children for adoption through its website, toll free support line, as well as many programs including the Pregnant and Placing Program, Buddy System, and Annual Birthmother Retreats.

      • Sally’s Lambs National

        Their mission is to encourage and support birth moms facing unplanned pregnancies. By working with established pregnancy care centers, adoption agencies and with birth mothers directly, Sally’s Lambs® will meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of birth mothers.


  • Healthcare

    • General Healthcare
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      • Federally Qualified Health Centers National

        Federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) are community-based organizations that provide comprehensive primary care and preventive care (e.g. health, oral, women’s health, and mental health/substance abuse services). Services are provided to persons of all ages, regardless of their ability to pay or health insurance status.


    • Prenatal and Obstetric Care
      No local resources found
      • Options for Pregnancy National

        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 pregnancy plan gives you both time to think and a stress-free way to work through your options.

      • American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians & Gynecologists National

        AAPLOG is an organization of 2,500 members and associates who affirm the unique value and dignity of individual human life in all stages of growth and development from fertilization onward. On the AAPLOG website, you can find the physician directory is available to assist those who wish to locate a pro-life physician. Each of the listed physicians have affirmed pro-life values.


  • Other

    • Non-Profit Agencies
      No local resources found
      • The Nurturing Network National

        The Nurturing Network (TNN) provides a wide array of individually-tailored solutions that are designed to meet the unique needs of each woman. Nurturing homes, medical services, legal assistance, counseling support and educational and employment opportunities are among the many resources offered to those who contact the Nurturing Network for help.


    • Churches and Religious Organizations
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      • Bridge of Hope National National

        Bridge of Hope’s mission is to call and equip compassionate people from many Christian faith traditions to exemplify Christ’s love to homeless women and children by creating and sustaining thriving Bridge of Hope affiliates and program and church sites. BoH strives to empower homeless and at-risk single mothers to attain: permanent housing, financial stability, life-changing friendships, and increased self-esteem.


    • Federal Assistance Organizations
      No local resources found
      • Low-Income Housing Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) National

        LIHEAP is a federal assistance program that provides assistance with energy-related costs, including paying utility bills, weatherization procedures and/or energy-related home repairs.

      • 2-1-1 United Way National

        2-1-1 is an informational and referral database organized by United Way and AIRS. This database which provides information on a wide variety of community resources that may be helpful to you. You can find organizations that offer maternity housing or emergency housing options using your local 2-1-1 site.

      • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) National

        TANF is a federal assistance program that provides temporary cash assistance and food stamps to single mothers and low-income individuals, showing a need.

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        Call: 703/ 555-1212
        Text: 703-555-1212
        Address: 123 Main Str, Sample Town, VA 22405
        Location: USA
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