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Crisis Pregnancy Services

Crisis Pregnancy Services

Mama's House

Home for women experiencing crisis pregnancies.

Services Offered

Life Skills • Crisis Pregnancy • Parenting • Adoption • Supportive Services • Pregnant Women

Description

Mama’s House provides a home for women in crisis pregnancies, those who want to carry their baby to term, but are without support and vulnerable.

At Mama’s House their spiritual, physical, emotional, educational, and vocational needs are addressed. With nurturing support, these moms will be equipped with necessary life skills for competent living whether they choose parenting or adoption.

Location

Confidential Location, Palm Desert, CA 92260 33.6917281 -116.4075854

Service Options

Languages Spoken

  • english

Eligibility

  • For women, 18 years and older, in the Coachella Valley and surrounding communities including Twentynine Palms and Blythe, CA.
  • Women 18 years and younger may call to be referred to other community services.

    Payment

  • This service is free

    Gender

  • Accepts women

    Age

  • Adults accepted

How to Apply

Any woman who is pregnant and feeling vulnerable should call. If Mama's House program is not the best fit, they can often receive referrals and information for other available services. This includes women younger than 18, as Mama's House is exploring liberation procedures.

No or short wait currently. Mama's House is expanding by two beds.

For the residency program, women should be:

  • Vulnerable: desiring to carry her child to term but afraid and being pressured by parents, the baby’s father, a boyfriend, husband, etc. Possibly the pressure is her own due to fear of being a parent, the adoption process or plans she has made for the future are in jeopardy.
  • Able to provide proof of pregnancy: for example, ultrasound, doctors note, positive screening in office, etc. Staff can accompany applicant to clinic in order to attain proof.
  • Free from drugs and alcohol for a period of time and willing to submit to random drug testing. For residential program, women are asked to be clean and sober for at least a month but should always call. Referrals are available.
  • Not fleeing a current domestic violence situation.
  • Willing to live in accordance with the established rules.
  • Committed to working on self-improvement.