Housing is important to the well-being and health of families. Without adequate housing, families have trouble managing their daily lives. Families without income or enough money to cover vital needs, such as food, health or utilities, are most at risk for other crisis. When housing needs are met, families can focus more on caring for each other.
Carried To Full Term is a place of hope for women who find themselves in a crisis pregnancy situation. Our home provides housing, counseling, social service contacts, and postpartum support in an independent living environment.
Our program provides housing to mothers for up to 24 months in a structured setting. Mothers are responsible for maintaining the home, caring for their children, securing and retaining employment, completing their education, and participating in programs with the primary goal being assistance to self-sufficiency and independence. Before a mom can graduate from our program, she must demonstrate a change in the way she responds to crisis. We cannot do that alone. We need your help to provide therapist support, counselors, babysitters, instructors, and mentors to make this program work. Consider signing up or by making a contribution today.