Health & Well-Being
Help for the whole person
Without mental and emotional stability, holding down a job, and supporting a family just isn’t possible. Research shows more than half of homeless mothers experience emotional or mental health challenges, such as depression and anxiety. The needs of people struggling with poverty, homelessness, and addiction are complex, but St. Gianna Crisis Pregnancy Home is passionate about helping mothers improve their lives mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. Our programs offer a variety of resources to meet their needs and to provide real help and hope.
Upon entering St. Gianna CPH, each expectant mother will be assigned a mentor. She will accompany the mother during her stay and ensure her well-being. Mentors help our mothers grow and develop a strong sense of confidence and self-awareness to discover the greatness that lies inside their hearts.
You are the only you God made….
God made you and broke the mold.
What Sets Us Apart
Rooted in Catholic Tradition
We are a Catholic, Christ-centered program established with the blessing of Bishop William Medley to serve pregnant women in crisis.
Dedicated for Expectant Mothers
We offer transitional housing exclusively for women experiencing pregnancy with no means of support.
Inclusive & Welcoming
We welcome expectant mothers regardless of their religious beliefs,
socio-economic status, ethnicity, familial status, or geographical location.
After Birth Care
Mothers keeping their baby may stay for up to 8-months after delivery. Mothers who offer their child for adoption may stay 6 weeks post-delivery.