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Pregnant and Need Help?

Pregnant? Afraid? Don’t know where to turn? Not sure what to do? If you are pregnant and need help; if you are parenting a young child and feel overwhelmed; if you want to learn how to be the best parent you can be … Good Shepherd Children & Family Services welcomes you.

 

 

Considering Adoption?

In Home Support

Our Expectant Parent (EP) program works with pregnant women in crisis to provide counseling, resources, and aid aimed at ensuring healthy infants and healthy families. We provide services for expectant moms, dads and family members impacted by a pregnancy; pregnant & parenting teens in need of help in learning how to parent; and parents of young children who are parenting under stressful circumstances.

Learn more about our Expectant Parent Program

Shelter

We serve both young women aged 12-21 who have been referred to us to provide oversight and therapy, and young women who are pregnant and/or parenting and homeless.  Our specialized staff teaches young teen mothers parenting skills, life skills, and education.  We provide daily groups that range from parenting classes, life skills classes, and psychotherapy group, as well as work with a licensed therapist.

Learn more about our Maternity Shelter

Adoption Planning

Our adoption worker will meet with you in your home, in the community, or wherever you are most comfortable to talk about adoption. Your social worker will discuss all the stages in the adoption process with you, as you go through them. Remember that there is no right or wrong decision. The most important thing is that you make the best decision for you and your baby.

Learn more about adoption

How We Help

In Home Support

Our Expectant Parent (EP) program works with pregnant women in crisis to provide counseling, resources, and aid aimed at ensuring healthy infants and healthy families. We provide services for expectant moms, dads and family members impacted by a pregnancy; pregnant & parenting teens in need of help in learning how to parent; and parents of young children who are parenting under stressful circumstances.

Learn more

Shelter

We serve both young women aged 12-21 who have been referred to us to provide oversight and therapy, and young women who are pregnant and/or parenting and homeless.  Our specialized staff teaches young teen mothers parenting skills, life skills, and education.  We provide daily groups that range from parenting classes, life skills classes, and psychotherapy group, as well as work with a licensed therapist.

Learn more

Adoption Planning

Our adoption worker will meet with you in your home, in the community, or wherever you are most comfortable to talk about adoption. Your social worker will discuss all the stages in the adoption process with you, as you go through them. Remember that there is no right or wrong decision. The most important thing is that you make the best decision for you and your baby.

Learn more