If you are considering adoption, A Birthmother’s Choice provides
FREE housing for homeless, pregnant women!
Are you pregnant and looking for a women’s shelter?
Need a homeless shelter for you and your children during your pregnancy?
At A Birthmother’s Choice, we provide free, emergency housing for homeless women who do an adoption. Our apartments are even better than a homeless shelter, because the birthmother and her children have their own private place to live during the pregnancy. Our adoption housing is clean, safe and comfortable. If you need an emergency shelter, we can help you get off the streets. We help homeless single mothers and homeless families with our adoption housing.
Contact us today for help!
Our free housing options include:
- Comfortable housing for you and your family.
- Clean and safe living.
- All utilities paid.
- Fully furnished with linens, kitchen items, cleaning supplies and personal hygiene items.
- Easy access to transportation, to shopping centers and medical facilities.
As a mother of 2 adopted daughters, Bethany honors your sacrifice. She answers the phones to help you feel at ease when you start the adoption process.
From adopted siblings to an adopted daughter, adoption is a big part of Flossie’s life. She works with women looking to create their own adoption plan.
Sarah is a mother and adoptive sister, she speaks both languages English and Spanish. She works hard helping immigrant women find a loving family for their babies they wish to put up for adoption, while also supporting the children they already have.
Scotia is a young mother of 2. She helps women early in their pregnancy as they make the choice of whether to do adoption.
Other benefits of an adoption:
- Money for living expenses.
- No fees charged to you.
- Choose the adoptive parents.
- Open or closed adoptions.
- Emotional and financial support after the adoption.
* The amenities of our housing differs from location to location. However, no matter what, we always provide a safe, clean and comfortable home for you during your pregnancy and the adoption process.