Abortion Alternatives & Maternity Homes
Hours: 8:00-5:00 p.m., calls taken 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Services: Adoption services, pre & post placement birthparent counseling, maternity home, pre and post abortion counseling, parenting classes, assistance with accessing community resources, birthmothers help in choosing the adoptive family for her baby, public speaking on adoption to educate the community and your PCC, spiritual help, lifetime counseling.
ABBA House Missionaries of Charity
1014 S. Oak
Little Rock, AR 72204
Phone: (501) 663-3596 or (501) 666-9718
Services: Free shelter admission 3:00-4:30 p.m. everyday except Thursday, close to medical facilities, child birth classes, spiritual help, free shelter, clothing and food
Arkansas Baptist Promise House
Services: residential care for pregnant teenagers, prenatal care, post-abortion help, education, parenting class, adoption services available but adoption not required for housing
Needs: maternity clothes, personal products, etc.
An Angel's Choice Adoption Agency
Services: adoption services including free customized adoption plans ranging from closed to open adoptions, education, financial, legal, counseling and support, ability to choose adoptive parents. Alternative to safe haven, instead of baby becoming a ward of the State he/she will go directly into an approved safe home with loving parents. Coordinator provides long term emotional support for biological parents. Available for public speaking on adoption. LCSW available for biological mother counseling and home studies to prospective adoptive parents. Resources if biological mom decides to parent. Angel’s Choice Haven temporary housing for birth mothers working an adoption plan will provide counseling, educational, and employment resources, and assist with permanent housing.
Needs: prayer to do God’s work and His will to help others, financial donations for Haven.
Bethany Christian Services
Hours: M – F 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Services: Not-for-profit ministry offering pregnancy counseling, including parenting and adoption plans, lifetime post adoption counseling for birth parents, and birthmother support group. Assistance provided to expectant parents in accessing a variety of spiritual, financial, and medical community resources. Expectant parents choose their child’s adoptive family and type of adoption (open, semi-open, or closed). We provide Domestic Adoption services, including home study (agency or independent), adoption educational classes, personal contact with a licensed adoption specialist throughout the entire process. We assist with facilitating post-placement visits between birth parents and their child’s adoptive family. Public speaking on adoption by request.
Safe Families for Children services provides a network of volunteer families that offer help to parents and children in crisis. Volunteer families support families and parents in temporary crisis until parents are able to regain stability in their lives.
Needs: financial support and prayer support.
Catholic Adoption Services
Hours: M-F 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 pm
Services: licensed adoption agency; professional pregnancy and adoption counseling; medical referrals; post-placement support; no charge to birth parents and families experiencing a problem pregnancy; birth mother helps to choose the adoptive family that is right for her child; medical and legal referrals..
Needs: prayers, financial support.
AG Family Services Agency -
Highlands Ministries & Compact Family Services
Hours: 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Mon-Fri
Services: residential dorm for maternity care, Pregnancy Care and Adoption Agency. Free online curriculum for single and birth moms and for adoptive and foster parents.
Needs: Personal products, prayer, financial support for medical costs
An Angel's Choice Adoption Agency
Hours: 24/7 Availability
Services: Adoption services including: free customized adoption plans ranging from closed to open adoptions, education, financial, legal, counseling and support, ability to choose adoptive parents. Resources if biological mom decides to parent. Choose adoptive provides long term emotional support for biological parents. Available for public speaking on adoption. LCSW available for biological mother counseling and home studies to prospective adoptive parents.
Needs: Prayer to do God’s work and His will to help others.
Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Services: home for pregnant teens 19 and under facing difficult circumstances, case management access to counseling and prenatal care, life skills training, preparation for the future, education & vocational advancement, parenting preparation, and adoption assistance.
Needs: Monetary donations, volunteers, new & gently used baby items, household items, and gift/gas cards.
Children's Home Inc.
Hours: 8:00-5:00, Mon-Fri
Services: maternity and adoption assistance at Searcy office, foster care/residential care at 5515 Old Walcott in Paragould, AR 72450 1-800-382-4114 or (870) 239-4031.
The Gladney Center for Adoption
Hours: 24 hours a day
Services: Crisis pregnancy counseling and hotline, maternity home, adoption services, birthparent counseling & services, legal services, medical care, post-adoptions services.
Hannah House, Inc.
Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Office 9:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday
Services: GED, JR/SR High school courses, college courses, vocational training, independent living skills, training in Godly living, prenatal care, childbirth classes, labor coaches, parenting classes, counseling on adoption and post-abortion trauma.
Needs: prayers for never ending love to minister to young women and their babies & for the developing transitional program.
Free Post Abortion Recovery
Project Rachel offers post abortion reconciliation and confidential counseling, one-on-one or in group sessions, for anyone suffering from the trauma of a past abortion. Project Rachel is sponsored by the Diocese of Little Rock Respect Life Office. Call Anne at (501) 664-0340 ext. 357 for more information.
National Helpline for Abortion Recovery
Our mission is to help callers find healing after abortion by listening, assessing their needs, mailing resources, making referrals to local help centers, and providing follow-up as needed. 24/7 confidential care.