Adoption Resources for Birthmothers
We are dedicated to providing birthmothers in Arizona the help they need to maintain a stable and healthy living environment during their pregnancy. We do this by providing a number of adoption resources in Arizona to birthmothers looking to place their child for adoption.
Your health and welfare are very important during this pregnancy. Living expenses are approved by the court and depend upon your need. Most reasonable expenses are approved, such as rent, utilities, transportation, food and other basic necessities. We want to make sure that you and your unborn baby remain healthy and safe. All medical bills not otherwise paid by insurance or AHCCCS are paid by the adoptive family. Your health insurance provider may offer transportation to medical appointments. If not, we will provide transportation to get you to and from any medical or counseling appointments.
We offer our adoption services free of charge to all expectant mothers giving birth in the state of Arizona. Legal services, counseling, medical help and living assistance are included.
Birthmother Resources in Arizona
A New Leaf
Support services to help individuals and families in crisis. Vulnerable families receive emergency help and life-changing programs for a new start. Crisis and family services with 25 program sites Valley wide.
Phone: (480) 833-9200
Central Arizona Shelter Services
Emergency shelter and support services to men, women and children experiencing homelessness.
Phone: (602) 256-6945
Family Housing Hub
Emergency shelter in Phoenix for families with children. Provides services to protect housing consumers and revitalize communities to make Arizona the best place to live.
Phone: (602) 296-6879
Lutheran Social Ministries
Works to relieve hunger and homelessness for neighbors facing extreme poverty through food pantries, rent and utility assistance and emergency shelter. Serving all Arizona counties, including the Phoenix and Tucson metro areas, Mesa, Glendale, Gilbert, Queen Creek, Payson, Prescott Valley, Casa Grande, Arizona City, Douglas, Sierra Vista and Nogales, Arizona.
Phone: (480) 654-4539
Maricopa County Human Services
Affordable housing, support shelter and rapid re-housing for homeless adults and families. Home and energy efficiency services, including emergency home repairs.
Phone: (602) 506-5911
My Second Chance Rental
Those with a financial crisis, including facing eviction or that owe back rent, may qualify for help. Get assistance in locating new, low income apartments. Self-sufficiency and job training. Referrals to government grants to pay for security deposits, housing or rent payments.
Phone: (602) 393-4400
Offers outreach services to families experiencing homelessness by providing aid with basic needs items, such as food, hygiene, and transportation and help in obtaining identifying documents to increase eligibility for services.
Phone: (602) 267-4195
St. Vincent de Paul
Short-term financial help. Emergency financial assistance and aid. Help with Food, clothing and housing.
Phone: (602) 261-6856
Arizona Homeless Shelters and Social Services by City
Provides transitional housing.
Phone: (602) 252-9023
Arizona Coalition to End Homelessness
Services and Shelter for the homeless.
Phone: (602) 340-9393
Church on the Street
Outreaches around the Valley assisting the homeless and disadvantaged.
Phone: (602) 257-8918
Gift of Mary Womens Shelter
Shelter for women 18 years and older. Women with children 5 years or younger are also allowed.
Phone: (602) 254-8424
East Valley Women’s Center Shelter
Phone: (480) 969-1691
Transitional housing ns social service facility for families with children fleeing domestic violence and/or homelessness.
Phone: (602) 263-7654
La Mesita Family Homeless Shelter
Services to provide help to homeless families with minor-aged children to become self-reliant.
Phone: (602) 595-8700
Terros Safe Haven Shelter
Transitional shelter for chronically homeless adult clients with a history of mental illness.
Phone: (602) 528-0758
Tumbleweed Phoenix Resource Shelter
Provides showers, meals, laundry and case management for young adults ages 18-25.
Phone: (602) 271-9904
UMOM Family Shelter
Single individuals seeking shelter, including single mothers.
Phone: (602) 275-7852
Association of Arizona Food Banks
Directory listing of food banks searchable by zip code.
All Faith Community Services: Buckeye
Buckeye, AZ 85326
Phone: (602) 652-2415
All Faith Community Services: Goodyear
Goodyear, AZ 85338
Phone: (480) 652-2415
All Tribes Assembly of God Church
Phone: (602) 728 0699
Andre House of Arizona Inc
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone: (602) 252-9023
Apache Junction Food Bank
Apache Junction, AZ 85119
Phone: (480) 983-2995
Phone: (480) 963-1423
Birdsprings Chapter House
Phone: (928) 686-3266
Bisbee Coalition for the Homeless
Phone: (520) 432-7839
Bread of Life Mission
Phone: (928) 567-6931
Bread of Life Mission of Holbrook
Phone: (928) 524-3874
Phone: (520) 882-2645
Chandler CARE Center
Phone: (480) 812-7900
Chicanos Por La Causa
Phone: (602) 272-0054
Church on the Street
Phone: (928) 771-8428
Phone: (602) 264-0223
Living Streams Church Food Pantry
Phone: (602) 957-7500
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Phone: (602) 850-6746
Phone: (520) 882-0820
Catalina Community Services Clothing Bank
Phone: (520) 825-0009
Gospel Rescue Mission Community Ministries Distribution Center
Phone: (520) 740-1501 X7031
New Life Pregnancy Center – Tucson
Phone: (520) 795-7541
Pregnancy Care Center
Phone: (520) 896-9545