Carried To Full Term is a nonprofit organization created to provide long-term residential support to mothers in crisis as a result of pregnancy. Our program is designed to provide housing to mothers for up to 24 months in a very structured setting. Mothers are responsible for maintaining the home, caring for their children, securing and retaining employment, completing their education, and participating in our program with the primary goal being self-sufficiency and independence.
Maternity homes offer resourceful residential support for women who are experiencing homelessness, abandonment, and hopelessness as result of the pregnancy. Factors that might lead an expectant mother to a maternity home ranges from loss of income, an abusive relationship, divorce, abandonment, and homelessness to name a few.
Whatever the circumstances that explain a person’s or family’s homelessness, they are likely to worsen once homelessness becomes a reality. Any unexpected crisis can quickly lead to depression, unemployment, and other conditions that will make it more difficult for a family to regain economic stability and a home.
At Carried To Full Term, we focus on teaching and equipping mothers with the tools to break poverty cycles that will enable them to become self-sufficient and independent.
The average age of a mother in our program is 29 years old. The work required to undo twenty-nine years of unhealthy patterns and habits is significant. We cannot do the job alone. We need your help. We need 250 friends to partner with us to contribute $20 a month via our Pathways Partnership program we will be able to cover the monthly housing costs. You can click on the link below to give.