CRISIS PREGNANCY & PREGNANCY
(Free Help For Keeping And Raising Your Baby)

STATE WIDE RESOURCES

SAFE DELIVERY  Hotline
Phone: 866-733-7733
Website: https://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/0,5885,7-339-71548_7200---,00.html
State law allows a mother to turn her child over to a recognized, safe facility for eventual adoption 
with NO questions asked! This can be done at your local fire station, police station or hospital.  
NOTE: You MUST turn the baby over to a WORKER ON DUTY!!! 

W.I.C   (Women, Infants and Children)
The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children provides federal 
grants to states for supplemental foods, health care referrals, and nutrition education for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breast-feeding postpartum women, and to infants and 
children up to age 5 who are found to be at nutritional risk. Visit https://www.wicoffice.net/search
-nearest-wic-office to find a clinic near you!


SUPPORT GROUPS 

EMBRACE GRACE SUPPORT GROUP 
Metro City Taylor Church 
21080 Penn
Taylor, MI  48180
Email:  pamela.logan@metrocitychurch.tv
Website: https://www.metrocitychurch.tv
A support group for those dealing with unplanned pregnancies. 


FOR THOSE WITH PREMATURE BABIES

Lily's Hope Foundation
1148 S. Cedar Crest Blvd., Lower Level
Allentown, PA  18103
Phone: 267-776-HOPE
Email: Info@LilysHopeFoundation.org  or  Jen@LilysHopeFoundation.org
Website: http://www.lilyshopefoundation.org/packageofhope
Order a Package of Hope:
All of our Care Packages are free to families with premature babies based on availability 
and feasibility and are not guaranteed. All Packages of Hope are customized to answer 
your family's specific needs by providing items that will help during this time. Only one 
Package of Hope per family. We appreciate your understanding so that we can continue 
to help families across the country with premature babies. Also at this time, we are un-
able to ship packages outside of the United States. If there are siblings at home, we can 
help with a sibling care package.
Hospital Package of Hope:
These care packages have vital and basic items for the immediate use to allow them to 
focus on their little one while in the NICU. These packages are meant for those families 
with their preemie currently in the NICU. Example of Hospital Package of Hope contents: 
blankets, hand sanitizer, coffee, snacks, cleaning wipes, disposable plates, cups, and 
utensils.
Transition Home Package of Hope:
These care packages are important and help families feel prepared for their little one when 
they come home from the NICU. These packages are meant for those families transitioning 
home with their preemie and have been home for no more than 1 month. Example of Tran-
sition Home Package of Hope contents: diapers, baby wipes, clothing, and baby supplies.


MILITARY FAMILIES!

Soldier's Angels Baby Brigade 
Website: https://soldiersangels.org/.../family.../baby-brigade-team
Soldiers’ Angels Baby Brigade provides virtual baby showers for expectant families of the 
military community, including:
Expectant mothers will receive virtual baby showers from Angel volunteers across the country. 
Our dedicated volunteers not only shop for baby items to help the military family prepare for 
their new little bundle of joy but many also put their personal sewing and crafting talents to use 
and lovingly create handmade baby gifts, including blankets and booties. In addition, mothers 
will receive a special gift basket from Soldiers’ Angels.


PREGNANCY CENTERS

For a more complete listing of Pregnancy Centers throughout Michigan, go to 
https://ramahinternational.org

Heartbeat International
665 E. Dublin-Granville 
Columbus, OH  43229-3245
Phone: 614-885-7577
Email: support@heartbeatinternational.org
Website: https://www.heartbeatinternational.org
Heartbeat International is the first network of pro-life pregnancy resource centers founded 
in the U.S. (1971), and it is now the most expansive network in the world. Heartbeat has over 
2,800 affiliated pregnancy help locations including pregnancy help medical clinics (with ultra-
sound), resource centers, maternity homes, and adoption agencies in more than 60 countries 
around the world to provide alternatives to abortion. 

Life Call
Phone: 800-NO-ABORT   800-662-2678
Email:  lifecall@aol.com
Website:  www.lifecall.org

​Downriver Pregnancy Resource Center 
Phone: 734-946-4121
Email: DPRC@DownriverPregnancyCenter.com
Website: http://www.downriverpregnancycenter.com
DPRC is a faith-based center that serves clients of all faiths and backgrounds. Our center 
serves the Downriver Community including but not limited to the following cities: Allen 
Park, Brownstown, Ecorse, Flat Rock, Gibraltar, Grosse Ile, Huron, Lincoln Park, Melvindale, 
River Rouge, Riverview, Rockwood, Romulus, Southgate, Taylor, Trenton, Woodhaven, and 
Wyandotte. We do not offer abortion services or referrals.

Right to Life of Michigan
Wayne County Resource Center 
2010  Eureka 
Wyandotte, MI  48192
Phone: 734-282-6100
&
S.E. Michigan Minority Outreach 
P.O. Box 814
Dearborn Heights, MI  48127
Phone: 313-212-1326
&
Macomb County Resource Center 
27417 Harper
St. Clair Shores, MI  48081
Phone: 586-774-6050
&
Ann Arbor Resource Center 
24 Frank L. Wright Dr. 
PO Box 493
Ann Arbor, MI  48106
Phone: 734-930-7474
Website: https://rtl.org
There are more than 150 locations in Michigan that offer pregnancy and adoption help services. 
Use our online map below to find a location near you. Help center listings include addresses,
phone numbers and web sites.

Bethany Christian Services
National Office: 
901 Eastern Ave. NE
PO Box 29
Grand Rapids, MI  49501-0294
Phone: 800-BETHANY (238-4269)    
Website: https://bethany.org
Our 24/7 nationwide crisis pregnancy line and ask to speak to a pregnancy counselor. 
&
30685 Barrington   Suite 140
Madison Heights, MI  48071
Phone: 248-414-4080
Website: https://bethany.org/locations/us/michigan/southeast-michigan
Pregnancy Resources: 
It is important that you find someone who will support you throughout your pregnancy and respect 
your confidentiality. A Bethany counselor will help you find your own answers and respect your 
decision. 
&
The largest adoption agency in the United States, Bethany also serves orphans in countries on five continents. We have more than 80 locations in the U.S. and minister to children and families in more 
than a dozen countries.  
ALSO OFFERS: 


SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR SUBSTANCE ADDICTED PREGNANCIES

Hegira Programs Neo-Natal Wraparound 
8623 N. Wayne   Suite 230 
Westland, MI  48185 
Phone: 734-513-7598  Ask for Sue Carpenter
Email: scarpenter@hegira.net
Website: www.hegira.net 
Specifically designed to help pregnant women in substance use treatment or recovery. Services 
are provided in the home or in the community. You can enter the program at any time during your pregnancy. Services can continue for up to 6 months after the birth of your child.  
Wraparound staff can help you access community resources for: 


DIAPER BANKS 

Some of the resources on this page can supply you with diapers AND some food banks also 
can help you! Check on this link for Michigan's food banks: www.pantrynet.org 

For other Diaper resources (including cloth diapers) and hygiene items, please check on this 
site under this link!  Hygiene Pantries

Metropolitan Detroit Diaper Bank 
3434 Chene   Suite  #7546
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-478-4420
Website: https://www.detroitdiaperbank.com/diapers
The Metropolitan Detroit Diaper Bank is a 501(c)(3) organization serving Wayne, Oakland and 
Macomb counties. Our mission is to educate and raise the quality of life for our community by 
providing disenfranchised populations with diapers for infants, children, and senior citizens; 
ensuring that everyone in the Metropolitan Detroit area can be clean, dry and healthy.
&
Detroit Alliance for Period Supplies:
The Detroit Alliance for Period Supplies helps ensure that individuals in need have access to 
essential period products required to fully participate in daily life with dignity and works to 
raise awareness about the causes and consequences of “period poverty” in our community. 

Diapers for the D
Email: diapersforthed@gmail.com
Website:  http://www.diapersforthed.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DiapersfortheD
We believe that every baby deserves a fresh start, and that begins with clean diapers. Diaper need 
is not on most people's radar because when they think of necessities, food, water, and shelter come 
to mind. Although these are incredibly important as well, diapers are just as critical to babies. With-
out frequent diaper changes, babies can develop diaper rash. Our mission is to collect donations, 
diapers or monetary, and distribute all diapers through Head Starts in the Metro-Detroit area. 2/3 of 
families in Detroit have reported experiencing diaper need. We want that to change. 

Maternal Outreach of Michigan
Phone: 248-955-3053   888-240-2442
Website: http://www.maternaloutreachofmichigan.com/diaper
The mother and/or child (or pregnant woman) must have Medicaid. The baby must be 16 months 
or younger. To make a request, call or complete the online form. They give packs of diapers (size 
1-5) to needy families and offer home delivery. The family must call. One request per household 
at a time.

The Natural Momma Me Initiative
11000 W. McNichols   Suite 212
Detroit, MI  48221 
Phone: 313-757-5427
Website: www.naturalmommame.com 
The Natural Momma Me Initiative is a non-profit organization catering to the needs of mom 
and baby. We provide diapers, both cloth and disposable, to low-income families. Our goal 
is to increase the health, wellness, security and independence of the diverse populations 
served. Additionally, we provide referrals to affordable care services and environmentally 
friendly resources which includes, but is not limited to, cloth diaper education, midwifery 
and doula care, lactation services, baby-wearing classes, maternal nutrition, and childbirth 
education classes.

WAYNE METROPOLITAN CAA
Wayne Metro Detroit HQ
7310 Woodward   Suite 800
Detroit, MI  48202
&
Out-County Service Hub
2121 Biddle Ave.
Wyandotte, MI 48192
Phone: 313-388-9799
Email: WMConnectCenter@waynemetro.org
​Website: https://www.waynemetro.org/children-and-family-services
Family Resources:
Wayne Metro offers many Healthy Family Resources such as free safety seats and diapers 
through our Community Diaper Bank. We also collaborate with local organizations to host 
semi-annual Community Baby Showers, in which parents and families are given information 
and gifts that help them be more caring, informed, and attentive.

HEARTBEAT OF MONROE
123 W. First 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-243-6550
Website: https://www.heartbeatofmonroe.org/about_us
We are able to provide our clients with diapers, formula, food, clothing and other items they 
might need for their little ones. There is never a charge for any of the services we offer. 


DETROIT & METRO DETROIT: 

Michigan Medicine / The Luke Clinic 52 Clinic 
7354 Whittaker
Detroit, MI  48209
Phone: 313-789-7862
Email:  bgarriso@reagan.com   Brad Garrison
Website: http://thelukeproject52clinic.org
Provides free prenatal, postpartum and infant care through one year of life to any family in the 
Detroit Metro Area. Has a MOBILE unit that typically sees three to five patients per day, once a 
week. Staff drive to a patient's home or workplace for testing, prenatal care, postpartum check-
ups and newborn care. Typically, they have 2 nurses, an ultrasonographer and a driver on staff. 
First & Third Thursday of each month from 3-7 PM--walk-in's are welcome! 

SisterFriends Detroit
55 W. 7 Mile 
Detroit, MI  48203
Phone: 313-961-BABY (2229)
Email:  sisterfriends@detroitmi.gov
Website: http://www.sisterfriendsdetroit.com 
SisterFriends Detroit is a community volunteer movement that helps moms gain access to 
over 100 programs and resources in Detroit. Our mission is to focus on maternal child health 
and infant mortality reduction.  

The Wayne County Babies Program 
Wayne County Department of Public Health
Phone:  313-537-1708
Website: http://www.waynecounty.com/hhs/index.htm
The Wayne County Babies Program offers help to develop positive parent/child interactions, 
help to ensure that the families' social and medical needs are met, enhanced parenting skills 
and abilities, prevention of child abuse and neglect and improved birth outcomes. Help is 
available until the baby's first birthday.  

IPH Health Center (Institute for Population Health)
9053 Woodward Ave. 
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 
&
IPH Health Center
19830 James Couzens 
Detroit, MI  48235

IPH School Based Health Center / Child and Adolescent Health & Primary Care
Fisher Magnet Upper Academy
15491 Maddelein
Detroit, MI  48205
Website: http://ipophealth.org
IPH Health Center is required to serve all patients regardless of insurance status or ability to 
pay for services. However, you may be expected to pay a nominal fee for services, based on 
sliding fee scale federal poverty guidelines and eligibility determination. Proof of income is 
required. IPH staff will provide assistance with insurance enrollment for those patients who 
are eligible. This requirement is fundamental to the IPH Health Center model as the majority 
of the Health Center’s patients are low-income, under-insured or uninsured persons with no 
other primary health care.
General Primary Care
Referred Services:

ICU Mobile Detroit 
Phone: 248-620-5353
Email:  info@icudetroit.com 
Website: http://www.imageclearultrasound.com
Image Clear Ultrasound is a non-profit organization that helps women in the metro Detroit area 
who are facing unexpected pregnancies. We do not charge for any of our services, because we 
are donor-supported. We offer non-coercive, non-political, non-judgmental services to those who 
need them. We offer limited ultrasound to confirm pregnancy, determine gestational age of fetus, and location of pregnancy. We do not offer ultrasound for gender determination or fetal abnor-
malities.
MOBILE SERVICES:
We bring the services to you! Promoted through a new custom Mobile App and Mobile Responsive 
Website at ICUDetroit.com, ICU Birth Choice provides a Mobile Clinic that is on the road in the Metro Detroit 3 days a week offering the following FREE pregnancy services:

Welcome Baby                                   
Great Parents / Great Start
Children's Hospital 
Phone: 313-832-9215  Valeria May-Davis
Email:  vmay-davis@dmc.org
Free home visit to parents of newborns to 3 months old, with community resources & activities, 
help with health issues, infant massage, classes and a special gift!  

Southwest Counseling Solutions         
1700 Waterman
Detroit, MI  48209
Phone: 313-841-8900
Website:  www.swsol.org
&  
Website: www.waynecounty.com/documents/InfantHealthServices
DWCCMHA.pdf
Infant Mental Health Services provides support and encouragement to build a good relationship between child & parent through weekly home visits. Serves pregnant mothers and 0-3 year olds.  

Moms and Babes Too         
5716 Wellness Bldg.
5716 Michigan Ave.  Suite B 202
Detroit, MI  48210 
Phone: 313-961-8908 
Dedicated to the good health of pregnant women & young children. Provides a WIC program. Additional services, such as counseling or medical care, they are referred to agencies that can 
address those needs. All services are bilingual. 

WAYNE METROPOLITAN CAA
Wayne Metro Detroit HQ
7310 Woodward  Suite 800
Detroit, MI  48202
&
Out-County Service Hub
2121 Biddle Ave.
Wyandotte, MI 48192
Phone: 313-388-9799
Email: WMConnectCenter@waynemetro.org
​Website: https://www.waynemetro.org/children-and-family-services
Family Resources:
Wayne Metro offers many Healthy Family Resources such as free safety seats and diapers 
through our Community Diaper Bank. We also collaborate with local organizations to host 
semi-annual Community Baby Showers, in which parents and families are given information 
and gifts that help them be more caring, informed, and attentive.

Lincoln Park Crisis Pregnancy Center 
1760 Fort   (N.W. corner of Fort St. and Southfield) 
Lincoln Park, MI  48146
Phone: 313-386-4005 
Website: www.cpc4lp.com
FREE pregnancy tests, counseling, and referrals. Assistance with baby items. 
Please call for appointment.

Children's Aid Society
7700 Second  Suite 402
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 313-961-8100
Website: http://www.casmichigan.org
Open to children and their families residing in Wayne County. Individual and family counseling,
housing assistance, day care, child abuse and neglect services & resource centers.  

Planned Choices Women's Resource Center  (formerly Melvindale Crisis Pregnancy Center)
4517 Allen 
Allen Park, MI  48101 
Phone: 313-382-5941
Website:  http://melvindalecpc.com
The Melvindale Crisis Pregnancy Center has been supporting girls and women for the past 20 
years. We are a non-profit, independent, 501(c)(3) organization. We offer compassionate coun-
seling and assistance to women and teens unprepared for pregnancy, creating “hope for the 
future” for them and their children. We operate with a volunteer staff. All the materials distrib-
uted have been donated by various churches and organizations. All of our services are free of 
charge.

AAA Pregnancy Resource Center
32080 Schoolcraft  (new address)
Livonia, MI  48150
Phone:  734-425-8061
Email:  info@aaaprc.org
Website:  http://friendsofaaaprc.com
Our FREE SERVICES:
Pregnancy tests / limited ultrasounds / material goods program /adoption information, post-
abortion counseling & education / information about sexually-transmitted diseases informa-
tion about abortion procedures & side effects.

AAA Pregnancy Resource Center by Ward Church
40000 Six Mile 
Northville, MI  48168
Phone: 248-374-7400
Website: https://ward.church
This program covers residents of the following counties: Lapeer County, Livingston County, 
Macomb County, Oakland County, Saint Clair County and Wayne County

Evangel Baptist Church                              
Guiding Hand Pregnancy Refuge             
16994 Telegraph                               
Taylor, MI  48180
Phone: 734-946-5690
Website: http://evangelbaptist.com/ministries/special-ministries
Counseling, clothing and education services for teen parents. The Center also offers free 
pregnancy testing, which is officially accepted by the F.I.A. so the mother-to-be can qualify 
immediately for free medical care through Medicaid or the Healthy Kids program.

Michigan State University Extension
640 Temple   6th Floor
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone: 313-833-4787   
Website: www.msue.msu.edu
Parent education program in the home, stress management, safety in the home, toilet training. 
Services Wayne County families with children who are newborn to 3 years of age. Call for info-
rmation. NO FEE.

HOPE Medical Clinic
Mailing address for all programs:
HOPE Clinic
P.O. Box 980311
Ypsilanti, MI  48198-0311
&
HOPE Medical & Dental Clinic
518 Harriet
Ypsilanti, MI  48198
Phone: 734-484-2989 Administration
&
HOPE Wayne Medical Clinic
33608 Palmer
Westland, MI 
Phone: 734-710-6688
Email: mdekker@thehopeclinic.org
Website: https://thehopeclinic.org/medical-care
Provides feminine products, hygiene products, self-care products, and baby care such 
as formula, diapers, wipes & baby food. During normal operations there are also parent-
ing classes, baby layette programs and assistance with community resources. Must have
had a baby to receive supplies. Provides referrals to other resources. Mother's & Primary 
Caretakers may come in once a week to pick up supplies. Also has a free laundry services
for a total of six loads per person. To schedule an appointment for this service, please call 
734-961-3124 at 9 a.m. on Fridays. 

Pregnancy Aid Inc. 
17325  Mack Ave.
Detroit, MI  48224
Phone: 313-882-1000
Website: http://www.pregnancyaid.com
We are a non-profit organization that offers women with unplanned pregnancies positive 
alternatives to abortion and provides low-income mothers with free education and materials.

The Signs of Life Christian Crisis Pregnancy Agency 
Grace Bible Church
15700 Leroy
Southgate, MI  48195
Phone: 734-722-9776
Offers free pregnancy tests, diapers, wipes, formula and baby clothing up to size 4T, as well 
as free maternity clothes, baby furniture, car seats, strollers and other services. 

A.C.C.E.S.S.
2651 Saulino Ct.
Dearborn, MI  48120
Phone:  313-842-7010
Website:  www.accesscommunity.org
MI Child / Healthy Kids Assistance Program, Children & Adolescent Health Care Services, 
Immunizations / school physicals, Women, Infant and Children (WIC) Program in partner-
ship with Wayne County Health Department, pediatric medicine, Early-On Infant Mental 
Health Services, Developmental Disabilities. Bi-lingual help available!

Arab-American and Chaldean Council (A.C.C.)  
Administrative Office:   
363 W. Big Beaver 
Troy, MI  48084
Phone: 248-5591990
Website:  www.myacc.org
ACC’s Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children, better known 
as the WIC Program, assists in meeting the nutritional needs of expectant, breast-feeding and 
postpartum women, infants, and children through age five.
ACC WIC Breastfeeding Program
The ACC WIC program is dedicated to providing our pregnant mothers with the support they 
need to make an educated choice on how they will feed their new baby once he or she arrives. 
ACC has one a Breastfeeding Specialist on staff and three other Breastfeeding Specialists lo-
cated in their 6 WIC clinics. In addition to our Breastfeeding Specialist staff, ACC WIC currently 
has three Certified Lactation Specialists and a Certified Lactation Counselor (CLC) on staff.
Project Fresh
WIC Project FRESH is a program that makes fresh produce available to low-income, nutritionally
-at-risk consumers, through Michigan farmers’ markets. ACC partnered with Peaches and Greens 
this year to provide 224 families with Project Fresh. Project Fresh is a program for WIC families 
to receive $20 in coupons to spend at local farmer’s markets to buy Michigan grown produce. 
This year 2 of our WIC sites had Peaches and Greens on-site so our families did not have to travel 
to get their produce. 
Wayne County Breastfeeding Coalition
ACC is an active member of the Wayne County Breastfeeding Coalition which is dedicated to 
improving the health and well-being of infants and families through education and advocacy.

Parent and Family & Early Childhood Development Program
Starfish Family Services  
30000 Hiveley 
Inkster, MI  48141
Phone: 734-728-3400 
Website:  www.starfishonline.org
Starfish Family Resource Center will provide educational and mental health support services 
to at-risk families in the community and will be staffed with educators and infant mental health professionals. It will also offer pregnant women and families with infants advice, parent educa-
tion and donated resources such as food, clothing and toys. Provides services in-home, at the 
hospital or at other community locations. and young children a library of educational books & DVDs, support groups, family play groups, family activities. Also has a diaper bank!
&
Nurse-Family Partnership
Starfish Family Services
Phone: 833-637-2229
Email:  mklein@skfish.org
Website:  www.starfishonline.org 
Great Free program for first time pregnant women who are 28 weeks gestation or less.The client 
will be connected with a FREE personal Nurse who will call them weekly & bi-weekly. The nurse will evaluate any health concerns, connect the client with community resources & offer educa-
tional & emotional support.

The Lennon Pregnancy Center
24275 Ann Arbor Trail
Dearborn Heights, MI  48127
Phone:  313-277-5637
Website:  http://lennoncenter.org
The Lennon Pregnancy Center offers non-judgmental counseling, material assistance and 
education before, during and after pregnancy. The Center feels an obligation to women who, 
through our influence, chose to continue their pregnancy and provides its supportive ser-
vices for up to five years following the birth of the baby. The Center desires to break the 
negative cycle that often is passed down from generation to generation and to assist women 
in becoming the best mothers they can be.

Babies R Precious LLC
25121 Ford   Suite 10
Dearborn, MI  48128
Phone:  313-558-9178
Website: https://www.babiesrprecious.net/contact
Childbirth education, housing & insurance assistance, transportation to WIC appointments, transportation referrals, breast feeding education, free baby items, counseling services, nur-
sing services and referrals for prenatal care.  

Community Social Services of Wayne County  
9851 Hamilton
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 313-883-2100
&
Teen Infant & Parenting Services
1600 Blaine
Detroit, MI 48206
Phone: 313-873-0117 
Website: http://www.csswayne.org/child-welfare-services
Teen Infant Parenting Services (TIPS)
A transitional housing program with the capacity to serve 16 mothers and their children in an 
apartment style setting.  
Teen Empowerment Program (TEP)
Individual and group counseling, job readiness workshops, parenting workshops, assistance 
completing high school, life skills, assistance accessing available resources. 

Care Net Pregnancy Information Center of Berkley / Detroit
2826 Coolidge Hwy.
Berkley, MI  48072
Phone: 248-545-6411    800-712-HELP 
&
Detroit Office: 
13864 Grand River Ave.
Detroit, MI  48227
Phone:  313-243-1267    800-712-HELP
Website: www.carenetberkley.com
This agency offers free pregnancy tests, options counseling & material assistance / parenting 
programs in a caring, non-judgmental environment.

Catholic Charities of Southeastern Michigan / Project Hope             
Main Office: 
St. Frances Cabrini Clinic
1234 Porter 
Detroit, MI  48226
Phone: 313-961-6683 ext. 5
&
CCSEM Pontiac Office
76 Williams
Pontiac, MI  48341
Phone: 248-338-4250 ext. 4133
Website: https://ccsem.org/project-hope
Operating from offices in Detroit and Pontiac, serving women through the region, Project Hope 
is a pro life ministry of CCSEM, protecting the inviolable dignity of the human person by provi-
ding free services, supplies,and support to mothers as they give life to their unborn children 
and beyond. education to prenatal care referrals, as well as financial guidance and access to other community resources. Project Hope also operates baby closets where mothers find free 
diapers, wipes, formula, baby food, infant clothing, blankets, and other necessities.

LENAWEE COUNTY: 

CARE Pregnancy Center of Lenawee 
308 N. Broad 
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone: 517-263-5701   800-395-HELP  24/7
Website: http://www.cpclenawee.com
We're here to provide you with a FREE lab quality pregnancy test and medically accurate 
information. Our staff will go over all of your options with you if your pregnancy test result 
is positive.race or religion.

Lenawee County Community Action 
400 W. South 
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone: 517-263-7861    800-438-1845  Toll-Free
Website: https://www.caajlh.org/women-infants-children-wic
Who Is Eligible for WIC?
Pregnant and postpartum women, infants and children up to five years of age may participate
if they are Michigan residents from low-to middle income households (185% of poverty and/or 
Medicaid or food stamp eligible) and are determined to be at nutritional or health risk by the 
Community Action Agency WIC staff.
This program also: 
1.  Supplements the diets of children, pregnant and postpartum women with 
     important nutrients
2.  Provides nutrition and health screenings to identify possible problems
3.  Provides nutrition education
4.  Encourages/promotes breastfeeding. Lactation consultants are available 
     to insure establishment and maintenance of breastfeeding.
5.  Provides formula for the first year for infants who are not breast-fed or 
     only partially breastfed.
6.  Registered Dietitians at WIC provide individualized high risk nutrition 
     counseling for participants with special medical conditions or nutrition-
     related health issues.
7.  Peer counselors at WIC offer mother to mother breastfeeding education, 
     support, and help for mothers and babies.
8.  The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends breastfeeding for the first 
     year of an infant’s life. WIC has trained personnel ready to assist mothers with 
     the basics of breastfeeding and provides breastfeeding classes.

MACOMB COUNTY: 

GIANNA HOUSE
21357 Redmond Ave. 
Eastpointe, MI   48021 
Phone: 586-445-0440
Website: http://giannahouse.org
Gianna House occupies the former convent of St. Veronica Church. It accommodates up to six pregnant teen residents, 13-17 years of age and their infants. Gianna House alternative to abor-
tion, to increase the number of full-term pregnancies.
&
Community Outreach Center
Our community Outreach program aims to provide education and support to families with 
young children. These services assist women through this very challenging period in their 
lives. 
&
Resources
We are blessed to offer much needed items to mothers. These items include but are not limited 
to: (Items are based on availability) Clothing,Wipes, Diapers, Blankets, Formula, Car Seats,
Strollers, High Chairs, Toys, Books.

AAA Pregnancy Resource Center by Ward Church
40000 Six Mile 
Northville, MI  48168
Phone: 248-374-7400
Website: https://ward.church
This program covers residents of the following counties: Lapeer County, Livingston County, 
Macomb County, Oakland County, Saint Clair County and Wayne County

The Macomb County Health Department / Diaper Depot     
Southeast Health Center:
25401 Harper Ave.
St. Clair Shores, MI  48081-2240
Phone: 586-466-6855
Has diapers available in infant to adult sizes. Referrals will only be accepted from agencies that 
are working with the community member in need of the diapers and can be faxed to the number 
above. Diapers can be picked up 24 hours after the fax has been sent by the agency. Hours are 
Monday thru Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Diaper Depot will give out one package of dia-
pers per child to Macomb County residents ONLY.  

Birthright of Macomb County 
8076 21 Mile 
Shelby Township, MI  48317
Phone: 586-254-5930     24/7 HELPLINE: 1-800-550-4900
Website: https://birthright.org/macombcounty
Free Resources, Pregnancy Tests, Maternity and Baby Items
Must call ahead of time.  

Compassion Pregnancy Center 
37540 S. Gratiot
Clinton Township, MI  48036
Phone: 586-783-9620    800-712-HELP (4357)  24/7 Hotline
Website: https://www.compassionpregnancy.org
Call to make an appointment to receive items.

Rhema International Church Community Baby Pantry 
20531 Kelly 
Harper Woods, MI  48225
Phone: 313-245-9055
Website: https://www.wearerifc.org
Come to our Community Baby Pantry to receive FREE baby items such as car seats, baby 
gates, carriers and more. No diapers or wipes. Every 4th Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. 
YOU MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE!

Compassion Pregnancy Center                 
27540 S. Gratiot   Suite 100
Clinton Twp., MI  48036
Phone: 586-783-2229    800-712-HELP  24/7
Website: www.compassionpregnancy.org
At Compassion Pregnancy Center, we're not here to judge or tell you what you should decide. 
We don't make any money off of anything you choose to do. We're here to provide you with a
FREE lab quality pregnancy test and medically accurate information.
&
Our staff will go over all of your options with you if your pregnancy test result is positive. We 
understand that sometimes you need a place to process everything, to think through all your 
options, to feel safe to share what's on your mind. If you have questions about pregnancy, 
abortion procedures, adoption, parenting, and sexually transmitted infections, please don't 
hesitate to visit Compassion Pregnancy Center. We are here to listen to your needs. All of our 
services are confidential and free of charge. Our services are available regardless of income, 
race or religion.

St. Pio of Pietrelcina    (formerly St Athansius)
Baby Closet Outreach Program          
18720 Thirteen Mile 
Roseville, MI  48066
Phone:  586-776-0943
Open Monday thru Friday from 9:00 am until 12:00 noon and then from 1:00 until 3:00. An 
appointment is suggested. We carry diapers sizes NB-6, formula, wipes, infant needs and 
clothes for children 0-12 months of age. Sorry No Furniture.

Cuddle Cupboard          
ERIN Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
30000 Gratiot 
Roseville, MI  48066
Phone: 586-777-9200
Website: http://www.erinchurch.org

Abigayle Ministries
12313 Nineteen Mile 
Sterling Heights, MI  48313
Phone: 586-323-1411
Email: Businessoffice@abigayleministries.org
Website: https://www.abigayleministries.org
We are dedicated to providing compassion for homeless unwed pregnant mothers and their 
babies in a Godly, safe and nurturing environment. It is the only ministry that offers a mater-
nity home for single, pregnant women without children, 18 years and older. Women ranging 
in age from 18 to 40 have been residents in the facility. Abigayle Ministries includes Abigayle’s 
Place for residential needs and Abby’s Resource Center for materials goods. Abigayle’s Place 
provides shelter for homeless pregnant women, case management services, and life-skills 
training that nurtures and educates with the goal of life change. The program is designed to 
build women’s confidence, skills, and abilities and to undergird them with God’s Word, en-
abling them to grown in their knowledge and relationship with the Lord. Abby’s Resource 
Center assists the community with practical needs such as diapers, formula and infant 
clothing.

Birthright of Macomb County
45464 Van Dyke    
PO Box 180612
Utica, MI  48317-5676
Phone: 800-550-4900  24/7
Website: https://birthright.org/macombcounty
Birthright services are always free, confidential and available to any woman regardless of age, 
race, circumstances, religion, marital status or financial situation. Maternity and Baby Items.

Catholic Services of Southeastern Michigan / Project Hope             
Main Office: 
1424 E. Eleven Mile 
Royal Oak, MI  48067
Phone: 855-882-2736
Website: https://ccsem.org/project-hope 
This free program is for pregnant mothers and children up to three years of age and provides 
resources like diapers, formula and food, a baby clothes closet, referrals to community res-
ources, family budgeting education, MI Bridges application help, resume and employment 
skills,and postpartum depression education. We now provide additional services of crisis 
pregnancy counseling, pregnancy testing, abstinence classes, parenting classes, and other 
supportive services.

Macomb Mothers Helping Hand Pantry
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sharetheneed
A baby formula, baby food & baby cereal pantry. One can of formula per family per month if 
in need and the item is in stock. Also, trading formula, baby food & cereal.

New Haven Pantry
58725 Havenridge
New Haven, MI  48048
Phone: 586-749-3688
New Haven, Ray, or Lenox residents only. Diapers may be picked up twice a month, fifteen 
diapers at a time. Emergency stop until WIC can get them on their caseload. Other services: 
food pantry for babies and one for children. Saturdays from 11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.

Samaritan House
62324 Van Dyke
Washington Township, MI  48094
Phone: 586-336-9956
For Samaritan House clients only and when diapers are available.

Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church
8129 Packard
Warren, MI  48092
Phone: 586-758-3940
For families living between 8 Mile and 9 Mile and Sherwood and Hoover, proof of current residence.

St. Paul United Church of Christ
31654 Mound 
Warren, MI  48092
Phone: 586-264-4777
2T and under.


MONROE COUNTY 

Selah's Center of Hope
204 S. Macomb
Monroe, MI  48161
Email: kara@livinghopecenters.org
Website: https://selahscenterofhope.org
Selah’s Center of Hope vision is to help mothers and fathers better their living arrangements, 
education, and health so that they can pass down better social, environmental and economical 
health to their children. On completion of the programs we will have given each client access 
to every opportunity they will need to become self-sufficient, successful families of Monroe 
County. Offers housing!

New Beginnings Mercy House Ministries
3877 Jackman 
Ida, MI  48140
Phone: 734-240-2239
Website: www.newbeginningsmh.org
New Beginnings will offer women in crisis pregnancy alternatives to abortion by providing 
Community based support services such as pregnancy testing, counseling, parental skills 
training, medical referrals, and adoption services. Residential services such as housing, 
clothing, food, bible studies, and continued education with the aim to facilitate self-suffic-
iency. The ministry is supportive of the mother’s decision to parent or make adoption plans 
for her baby. New Beginnings takes a Christ-centered approach so each woman can know 
and choose God’s plan and purpose for her life and the life of her baby.

HEARTBEAT OF MONROE
123 W. First 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-243-6550
Website: https://www.heartbeatofmonroe.org/about_us
Free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, and a lot of help!We offer a Newborn Care Class to our 
expectant moms, a Toddler Class for those who are dealing with toddlers in their "terrible 
twos" and Parenting Classes aimed at improving the bond between parent and child. We 
are able to provide our clients with diapers, formula, food, clothing and other items they 
might need for their little ones. There is never a charge for any of the services we offer.


OAKLAND COUNTY:

Oakland County Sheriff's Re-CYCLE for Kids Program
1200 N.Telegraph
Pontiac, MI  48341
Phone: 888-350-0900
Website: https://www.oakgov.com/sheriff/Community%20Services/Pages/default.aspx
&
The Oakland County Sheriff's Office, in partnership with The Oakland County Department
of Health & Human Services, offers FREE portable cribs to provide a safe sleeping enviro-
nment to infants throughout Oakland County. If you have any questions or you or someone
you know is in need of a crib, please contact the Nurse on Call (N.O.C) at the Oakland County
Health Division by calling 800-848-5533.

Mary’s Mantle / A Catholic Home for Expectant Mothers 
P.O. Box 115
Bloomfield Hills, MI  48303-0115
Phone: 248-376-5338
Email: info@marysmantle.net
Website: https://marysmantle.net
Basic program requirements are:

Catholic Services of Southeastern Michigan / Project Hope             
Main Office: 
1424 E. Eleven Mile 
Royal Oak, MI  48067
Phone: 855-882-2736
Website: https://ccsem.org/project-hope
This free program is for pregnant mothers and children up to three years of age & provides 
resources like diapers, formula and food, a baby clothes closet, referrals to community re-
sources, family budgeting education, MI Bridges application help, resume and employment 
skills, and postpartum depression education. We now provide additional services of crisis pregnancy counseling, pregnancy testing, abstinence classes, parenting classes, and other supportive services. 

Miracles for Moms & Babes Maternal / Infant Health Program      
28690 Southfield   Suite 194      
Lathrup Village, MI  48076
Phone: 248-443-4962  
Are you pregnant or have an infant under 1 year old and have Medicaid 
or are Medicaid eligible? 
Let us assist you with:
1.  Childbirth Education
2.  Parenting Classes 
3.  Housing Assistance Referrals
4.  Transportation Referrals
5.  Nursing Support
6.  Free Baby Items / Gift Cards/ Baby Showers
7.  WIC Referrals
8.  Insurance Assistance, etc. 
9.  Certified through the State of Michigan  

AAA Pregnancy Resource Center by Ward Church
40000 Six Mile
Northville, MI 48168
Phone: 248-374-7400
Website: https://ward.church
This program covers residents of the following counties: Lapeer County, Livingston County,
Macomb County, Oakland County, Saint Clair County and Wayne County

Generation II Generation           
30555 Southfield 
Southfield, MI  48076
Phone:  248-845-4396
An infant maternal program designed to help mothers and their infants socially and emotionally. 
Visit moms in their homes and meet them & their needs right where they are at. Our goal is to 
have healthy birth outcomes by helping families by assisting with providing transportation to 
doctors appointments and WIC appointments. We educate on safe pregnancy as well as safety 
for the baby. Serves Wayne, Oakland and Macomb County families.  

Another Way Pregnancy Center
31700 W. 12 Mile  Suite 102  
Farmington Hills, MI  48334
Phone: 248-471-5858
Website: http://www.awpcfriends.com
FREE pregnancy testing,confidential lay counseling, material assistance, post-abortion counseling. Information provided for parenting, pregnancy & fetal development, abortion procedures & effects, building healthy relationships, abstinence education, adoption.

Women & Teens Pregnancy Center
263 Cesar A. Chavez Ave.
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone: 248-338-4357
Website: www.womenandteens.org
Offers wide variety of services including the opportunity to earn baby furniture, etc. 

Crossroads Pregnancy Center
3205 S. Blvd.
Auburn Hills, MI  48326
Phone:  248-293-0070
Website: http://www.crossroadspregnancy.org
Abstinence Education (Public and Private Schools; Churches)Crossroads Pregnancy Center 
is a faith-based organization and does not offer annual exams, birth control devices, mid-life 
services, abortion services or abortion referrals, mammograms or breast screenings, in-vitro 
fertilization services, pre or post-natal care, or treatment of infertility. If requested you will re-
ceive a referral list of local physicians for continued reproductive care.

Care Net Pregnancy Information Center of Berkley / Detroit
2826 Coolidge Hwy.
Berkley, MI  48072
Phone: 248-545-6411   800-712-HELP 
&
Detroit Office: 
13864 Grand River Ave.
Detroit, MI  48227
Phone: 313-243-1267   800-712-HELP
Website:  www.carenetberkley.com
This agency offers free pregnancy tests, options counseling & material assistance / parenting 
programs in a caring, non-judgmental environment.

Baldwin Center   
Main location: 
212 Baldwin Ave.
Pontiac, MI 48342
Clothes Closet:
200 Baldwin Ave.
Pontiac, MI 48342
Phone: 248-332-3280   248-332-6101 
Email: baldwin@baldwincenter.org
Website: www.baldwincenter.org
Baby food, infant formula, and diapers are available on a monthly basis when supplies permit. 
Ask for the Kitchen Manager Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 11:00 a.m--1:00 p.m.

WASHTENAW COUNTY: 

HOPE Clinic
Offices in Ypsilanti, Wayne & Chelsea
518 Harriet
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-710-6688
Website: www.thehopeclinic.org
Free medical and dental care. Also a Care and Share Closet  that stocks necessary items not 
available with Food Stamps such as toilet paper, diapers, formula and soap.

Ann Arbor Cloth Diaper Closet 
Phone: 
Application link: https://form.jotform.com/82782856784173
Email: annarborcdc@gmail.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/annarborcdc
Ann Arbor Cloth Diaper Closet is an independent organization lending cloth diapers at no cost 
to in need families in the Ann Arbor area.

Family Life Services    
2950 Packard 
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone:  734-434-3088
Website: www.women-helping-women.net
We are here to provide you with accurate information, free pregnancy tests, free ultrasounds 
and a place to talk to someone who understands what you are facing. If you have questions 
about pregnancy, STD’s, abortion, adoption, parenting or pregnancy resources,contact us 
here at Family Life Services!

Center for the Childbearing Year
722 Brooks 
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
Phone: 734-663-1523
Website: www.center4cby.com
The Center for the Childbearing Year offers classes for expectant parents including Holistic  Childbirth Preparation, Newborn & Infant Care, and Breastfeeding Basics.  
Doula Care is a community-based program that matches volunteer doulas with low-income 
pregnant women throughout southeastern Michigan. A drop-in center with lending library, 
support groups for Doulas and moms, community resources, and referrals are available.

Lamaze Family Center 
2855 Boardwalk 
Ann Arbor,  MI  48104
Phone: 734-973-1014
Website: www.lamazefamilycenter.org
Lamaze Association of Ann Arbor is a non-profit organization that offers a wide range of 
classes and support from pregnancy through preschool. Prenatal classes include child-
birth, breast-feeding, infant care, prenatal yoga, becoming brothers & sisters, and infant 
CPR. After birth, they offer new mother support class, mother's groups, toddler play 
groups and "mom and me" yoga. They also offer a free support group for families who 
have experienced a miscarriage or newborn loss.  

Manchester Community Resource Center
710 E. Main 
PO Box 433
Manchester, MI  48158
Phone: 734-428-7722
Email: manchestercrc@sbcglobal.net
Website: http://manchestercrc.org/get-help-now/our-services
New parents can request baby baskets through us (provided courtesy of Manchester Ladies 
Society). We regularly host WIC, which provides special supplemental food &nutrition pro-
gram for women, infants and children under age five.

Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County 
CSSW Main Building:
4925 Packard 
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
Phone: 734-971-9781
Website: https://csswashtenaw.org/bhs/pregnancy-counseling
Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County will assist you in exploring options of parenting, 
or if interested, pursuing an adoption plan. We have comprehensive services for clients who 
parent or who make alternate plans for their babies. All services, from counseling to referrals 
to long-term support, are offered at no charge.
1.  Free Services for All Pregnant Women
2.  Licensed counseling for women, men and family members
3.  Non-judgmental atmosphere to explore options, including adoption
4.  One on one parenting education
5.  Service referrals to meet medical, financial, education, nutrition, legal and housing needs
6.  Help identify and build a support network
7.  Regular meetings during pregnancy through post-birth time period
8.  Services offered on-site for clients who are incarcerated or have transportation limitations
&
Nurturing Families Washtenaw
New parents learn effective parenting skills by receiving support services throughout pregnancy 
and up to the time their child reaches their 4th birthday. Nurturing Families Washtenaw is a home-
based child abuse prevention program utilizing the Nurturing Parenting curriculum and emphas-
zing positive parenting, child development, health education, goal-setting and referrals to outside resources.There are no costs to participate.

Planned Parenthood
3100 Professional Dr.
 Ann Arbor, MI  48104 
Phone: 734-973-0710

​Destiny and Purpose Community Outreach
127 N. Washington 
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 877-832-1277
• Parent & Baby in Need program
• Deliveries of essential baby items at designated public locations. Clients who deliveries are 
  made to, must have on gloves and wearing a mask at the time of delivery. 

Northfield Human Services 
10 Jennings 
Whitmore Lake, MI 
Phone: 734-449-0110
Website: https://northfieldhumanservices.org
We serve the area of Northfield Township and the Whitmore Lake Public School District.

Saline Area Social Service
224 W. Michigan Ave.
Saline, MI  
Phone: 734-429-4570
Website: https://www.salinesocialservice.com
Saline Area Social Service serves families and individuals living within the Saline Area School 
District.

The Salvation Army 
100 Arbana Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI 
Phone: 734-668-8353
Website: https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/washtenaw



















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