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Are you saying, “Oh no! I’m pregnant!”

Finding out you have an unplanned pregnancy can be overwhelming and takes time to adjust to. That’s why you have nine months!  laughing There are many pregnancy support agencies that can help you find the resources you need during and after your pregnancy.

Hope for Single Moms knows there are many unknowns. And that’s really scary, isn’t it?

You don’t have to figure it out alone.

Managing College + Motherhood is Tough!

If you are in college, that’s even scarier. You don’t know if you can parent AND go to school. We’re here to help you do both!

Regardless of whether you are currently in college or not, there are support organizations and financial assistance to help you during this time.

Support Program for Single Moms in College

If you are pregnant and in college, check out our program.

Regardless of whether you are currently in college or not, there are support organizations and financial assistance to help you during this time.

Pregnancy Resources

Pregnancy Care Centers

Pregnancy care centers have many resources to help you through your pregnancy and get the baby items you need to be ready for the big day. They offer similar services, so pick one closest to where you live or work. Most have a social worker, who can direct you to area social services.

In addition to maternity clothes, diapers and formulas, they usually offer life skill classes and parenting classes. And it gives  you an opportunity to meet other women. Life is always more fun with friends. Listed below are the centers in the West Michigan area. Google for others near you.

Alpha Family Center
6 N. First St., Cedar Springs

Alpha Family Center
705 N. Hillcrest St., Greenville

Alpha Women’s Center GR

Alpha Women’s Center Hastings

Alpha Women’s Center Lowell

Battle Creek: 269.288.2890
Kalamazoo: 269.345.1740

Catholic Charities West Michigan

Christian Healthcare Center offers free prenatal, delivery care and pediatric care

Cradles of Grace
616. 914-1821

HELP Pregnancy Crisis Aid

Love INC

Michiana Resource & Pregnancy Care Center:
671 McAllister Ave., Benton Harbor

Michigan Family Life Center:
5945 Fillmore St., Allendale

Positive Options:
Allegan: 269.686.7111
Allendale: 616.895.1893
Grand Haven: 616.842.7510
Grand Rapids: 616.456.6873
Holland: 616.396.5840
Muskegon: 231.726.2677

Pregnancy Care Center:
527 E. Main St., Niles

Pregnancy Helpline of Three Rivers:

Pregnancy Resource Center:

Pregnancy Services:
208 W Main St., Ionia

West Shore Pregnancy Care Center:
603 E. Tinkham Ave., Ludington

Project Cuddle:
888-628-3353 (24/7 hotline)

The Family Life Center (Maternity home):

Women’s Care Center:
6231 E. Main St., Niles

Adoption Agencies

Choosing to release your child for adoption is a big decision. There are several different adoption arrangements. Many agencies allow the birth mom to pick the adoptive family. More and more families are choosing an open adoption and having the birth mom, and sometimes her family, involved as part of the child’s extended family. The options are endless.

The agencies listed below will help you through the process and through all the decision making. Don’t believe all the lies out there about adoptions. Find out the truth for yourself.

Adoption Associates
800.677.2367 Families Come Together

American Adoption Congress

​American Association of Open Adoption

Bethany Christian Services:

​Bright Futures Adoption Center

Catholic Charities West Michigan

D.A. Blodgett – St. John’s

Greater Hopes Family Services:

​Independent Adoption Center:

​Lifetime Adoption Facilitation Center: 


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