These nine months will be one of the biggest journeys of your life, but also one of the most challenging.
From health and nutrition to psychological support, our volunteers are ready to help you find answers to questions you may be having about your pregnancy and your future.
Confidential and caring services are available in Victoria, Jackson, Calhoun, Lavaca, Matagorda, Wharton, DeWitt, Colorado, Fayette and Goliad Counties.
Contact us if you are near these areas and are in need of aid.
Kalli, like many the women in crisis pregnancies who contact the Gabriel Project, had no supportive family, no job, no transportation, no access to medical care and no place to live. Her Gabriel Project Angel spent many weeks helping Kalli to address her critical needs. Kalli began to see hope for herself and her unborn child. Kalli's baby boy was born healthy and she now has a stable support system.
"The Bethlehem Maternity Home" was established to provide a safe and healthy home for pregnant women in need of housing and support. The Gabriel House and Clare House provide 9 bedrooms for women and their children.
1. How can I get Medical Care?
2. How can I care for my Baby?
3. How can I get help with Transportation and Housing?
4. How can I get free Counseling?
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Toll Free: (866) 627-9243
Includes baby's gestational growth by week, mom's physical & emotional changes, postpartum, when a baby cries, new baby checklist, breastmilk storage guidelines, & feeding/diaper guidelines.
Includes various community resources for child care, education services, emotional support, healthcare services, food, & house and more!
Includes breastfeeding advantages, community resources, how-to's, storage guidelines, comfort measures, FAQ's and more.
Learn more about your baby's cries and SBS dangers & warning signs in this brochure from the NYS Dept of Health
All powder formula can contain a bacteria that causes rare but serious infections in infants. Follow these guidelines to protect your infant in this handout from the CDC.
Reduce the risk of sudden infant death (SIDS) and other sleep-related fatalities by following these simple guidelines in this handout from the CDC.