Every child is a gift from God and we are blessed to have many resources in our area to support mothers who have an unplanned pregnancy or an uncertain situation.

The following list offers some of the resources available for pregnancy and maternal support in the Nashua area. This list is for informational purposes only and is not intended to serve as a recommendation or endorsement of particular organizations.

Crisis Pregnancies Services

Real Options Nashua

Services include free pregnancy tests, limited free ultrasounds, classes that cover healthy relationships and parenting, post abortive care, sexual health education, adoption education and referrals, abortion information regarding risks; referrals to community resources; support for men; parenting/material resources.

www.realoptionsnh.org  (603) 883-1122 and 800-712-HELP for 24/7 support

Maternity & Adoption Services

Catholic Charities New Hampshire (CCNH)

CCNH is a licensed adoption agency that provides comprehensive adoption services. CCNH offers guidance, support, and assistance to birth parents and adoptive couples. Services include emotional support and counseling, adoption education, prenatal care, infant care while birth parents consider their options, legal help, and the opportunity to choose adoptive parents.
www.cc-nh.org (603) 669-3030 or 1 (800) 562-5249

Pregnancy & Parenting Education

Our Place Nashua

Our Place parenting education focuses on the health and well-being of each parent and child. Caring professionals work with parents so they can provide their children with a loving, caring and safe home. This unique program follows new parents from pregnancy through the first three years of their child’s life.
www.cc-nh.org/programs/our-place (603) 889-9431

St. Gianna’s Place

St. Gianna’s Place provides shelter for homeless pregnant women and their babies. It offers a safe home, job and life skills training, and emotional support to pregnant women in need. The vision of St. Gianna’s Place is to promote healthy families by providing expectant moms with resources to give birth to their babies and move their lives forward in a positive direction.

www.stgiannasplace.org (603) 521-8440

 

Prenatal Care

The St. Mary’s Bank Pregnancy Care Center at CMC

The St. Mary’s Bank Pregnancy Care Center provides supportive prenatal care to all women and their families, regardless of their ability to pay. Its mission is to improve pregnancy outcomes by serving those most in need and those unable to access services in a traditional prenatal setting.

https://www.catholicmedicalcenter.org/locations/pregnancy-care-center

(603) 663-6661

St. Joseph Hospital Maternal Child Health Center

The Maternal Child Health Center is dedicated to providing competent and compassionate care in a comfortable and personalized environment. The team of board-certified obstetricians, certified nurse midwives and support staff work with you throughout your pregnancy, labor, delivery and after-care, including one-on-one education.

https://stjosephhospital.com/services/womens-health-maternity/maternal-child-health/

(603) 884-3162

Pregnancy Loss

Project Rachel

If you or someone you know is suffering after abortion, confidential, non-judgmental help is available from Project Rachel Ministry. Project Rachel, the U.S. Catholic Church's ministry to those who have been involved in abortion, is a diocesan-based network of specially trained priests, religious, counselors, and laypersons who provide a team response of care for those suffering in the aftermath of abortion. In addition to referring for Sacramental Reconciliation, the ministry provides an integrated network of services, including pastoral counseling, support groups, retreats and referrals to licensed mental health professionals.

https://hopeafterabortion.com Spanish www.esperanzaPosAborto.org.

603-663-0192 or ProjectRachel@rcbm.org