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Divine Mercy House - St. Joseph's Catholic Church

This is a shelter for pregnant women over the age of 18 with no other children in their care. The house can accommodate one woman with a child under five in certain cases.

Education and job training are provided so the women can get a GED or college diploma. They will develop specific job seeking skills so they will be more self sufficient. Each woman stays an average of six to eight months after her baby is born.

Office Hours are Monday through Friday from 9am-4pm. The shelter is staffed 24 hours a day.

Emergency Pregnancy Services

This agency offers help to pregnant women. All services are free to clients. Counselors provide a caring atmosphere where women can be educated about their choices. They can get adoption information or post abortion counseling. They can also get baby supplies. Please see the website for all services.

They provide the following:

  • Adoption assistance
  • Infant, children and maternity clothing
  • Material assistance including diapers, formula and infant items
  • Medical and community referrals
  • Options counseling
  • Pregnancy testing

Pregnancy Assistance - A Safe Haven For Newborns-The Gloria M. Silverio Foundation

Safe Haven for Newborns is here to help pregnant women of all ages. The group offers a variety of services.

Direct Assistance Available Includes:

  • Safe Haven Relinquishment
  • Medical Related Issues
  • Necessities
  • Housing/Shelter
  • Legal Issues
  • Burial Services
  • Abuse
  • Counseling/Parenting Education
  • Financial Assistance
  • Adoption Issues
  • Education

Services - Lifeline Resources, Inc.

Lifeline Resources, Inc. offers help to women who are pregnant. They offer support and education. All services are free and confidential. Call for more information.

  • Accurate information about all options
  • Confidential counseling
  • Infant clothing and supplies
  • Informational brochures and videos
  • Limited Obstetric Ultrasound
  • Pregnancy Tests
  • Referrals for abortion recovery
  • Referrals for Natural Family Planning
  • STD/STI information

Women's Health Services - Duval County Health Department

Women should receive annual examinations for early detection. The health department offers regular tests such as mammograms and Pap tests. Women can also receive family planning services. Pregnant women can get prenatal care and counseling. The goal is to ensure delivery of a healthy baby. Insurance plans including Medicare and Medicaid are accepted. If you do not have insurance, care is provided on a sliding fee scale. Please call your health center and speak with a Human Service Counselor.

Women's Health Care Centers:
Agape South Jacksonville
1736 University Boulevard South
Jacksonville 32216

Agape - Wesconnett
5150-9 Timuquana Road
Jacksonville 32210

Agape - West Jacksonville
120 King Street
Jacksonville 32204

Beaches Family Health Center
1522 Penman Road
Jacksonville 32250

Central Health Plaza