Considering Parenthood?

Many local organizations want to help you succeed as a parent! Visit their websites below, and feel free to give us a call if you have questions.

Pregnancy Care Center

Pregnancy Care Center

Pregnancy testing, STD testing, sonograms, post abortion healing, material assistance. Abortion, adoption, and parenting information.

24/7 Hotline (800) 712-4357; (210) 614-4124; 7210 Louis Pasteur Drive

Allied Women's Center

Allied Womens Center

Free pregnancy testing, sonograms, and material assistance.

(210) 224-7077; 102 Marshall Street and 4320 S Gevers St #100, San Antonio

Seton Home

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Seton Home works to break the cycle of abuse and poverty by providing a caring home, education, and support services necessary to transform the lives of pregnant and parenting teen mothers and their children.

(210) 533-3504; 1115 Mission Road. San Antonio, Tx 78210

The Gabriel Project

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The Gabriel Project provides material assistance for mothers in unexpected pregnancy.

San Antonio: (210) 428-7179 or (210) 563-0669; New Braunfels: (830) 481-0258

Any Baby Can

Any Baby Can

The mission of Any Baby Can is to serve families with children facing serious health or developmental challenges.

San Antonio: (210) 227-0170; New Braunfels: (800) 524-3755; 217 Howard, Tx 78212

Dignity Women's Center

Dignity Womens Center

Dignity Women's Center is committed to promoting the dignity of every woman by providing care for her total person - mind, body, and soul.

Services offered: Obstetrics, gynecology, infertility, natural hormones and menopause, natural family planning, robotic surgery.
Also counseling in depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, post abortion, disordered eating, infertility, and marriage.

(210) 593-4392; 4499 Medical Drive #151, San Antonio, Tx 78229

A Woman's Haven


A Woman's Haven

A Woman’s Haven, INC. is a non profit 501(c) 3 corporation that has served San Antonio and its surrounding areas for nearly 50 years.

We provide education on abortion, alternatives, and education on fetal development. ALL Services are free and confidential. Women needing a pregnancy test, those who are pregnant, or have an infant six months of age or younger, may obtain our free services.

Some of the services we provide include family crisis intervention, material assistance such as maternity clothes and baby clothing, diapers, and other baby necessities. We also offer parenting classes, resume preparation and job search. Community resources and referrals are also provided for pre-natal care, formula, food, housing, rental and utility assistance, transportation, and assistance in applying for social service benefits.

Reach Out: Phone | (210) 224-2902
24/7 Hotline | (800) 848-5683

Visit Us: 2202 Babcock Rd
San Antonio, TX 78229

Our Hours:
Monday | 8am - 7pm
Tuesday | 8am - 6pm
Wednesday | 7am - 5pm
Thursday | 8am - 5pm
Friday | 8am - 5pm
Saturday | 8am - 1pm

Sanctuary of Hope

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Programs include but are not limited to:
Parenting Skills and Development
Facilitation of Pre & Post Adoptions Support and Services
Life-Skills Counseling and Development
Introduction and Development to Christian Values
Christian Development and Growth
Christian Counseling
Provide Access to Medical Care
On-Site Health Care Professionals
Personalized Online Education
Access to College and Career Opportunities
Provide Access to Educational Advancement


Contact Us
Mail: P.O. Box 1400, San Antonio, Texas 78295-1400 US
Phone: 210-499-1554
Email: [email protected]

Birth Injury Center

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Birth injuries can transform the celebratory moment of a child’s birth into a lifelong nightmare that includes serious health complications, permanent disability, or death. The Birth Injury Center provides support and resources to families that have been impacted by birth trauma. When these injuries are caused by medical errors, the Birth Injury Center can provide legal representation to help families pursue justice. Their website also has information about what kinds of food and medication to avoid while pregnant, the differences between breastfeeding and baby formula, and other parenting advice. 



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