Adoption and Child Development Issues

Adoption Angencies in Vermont

Plus Financial, Medical and Nutritional Assistance for Pregnant Women and Birth Mothers

Because We Care

Our Primary Goal is to Help Pregnant Woman and Birth Mothers

If you are pregnant or a new mother we are here to help you whether you are placing your child for adoption or plan on raising your child yourself. Our goal is to help pregnant women, mothers and children in any way we can. We are a fully licensed non-profit adoption agency that can help a pregnant woman or birth parent living in any state in the U.S. Since our founding in 1985, we have worked with thousands of birth parents and adopting families from all over the world and our overall satisfaction rating is excellent. We are committed to putting your needs first and to helping you in every way possible.

If you decide on adoption, we can make sure your child is placed with the perfect family, your rights are protected, and that you receive all the legal and financial assistance and medical help as well as other types of help that the law allows. There is never any fee to you as a birth parent whether you work with our agency or decide to look elsewhere. Please visit the link "Ways we can help you". Feel free to contact us or call (toll-free 1(800)943-0400) if you have any questions or if you want our guidance or help. All calls are confidential and there is never any obligation or cost to you for our help.

Below, we have listed a variety of resources from hospitals, adoption agencies, financial, medical and nutritional assistance programs in Vermont, to information on the stages of pregnancy, where to go for help and even support groups. If you can imagine it, it is probably already listed here.

Please choose your area of residence below:

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Addison County, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Casey Family Services  
White River Junction, VT 05001
Friends In Adoption  
Middletown Springs, VT 05757

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Addison County, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Addison County, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Addison County, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Burlington Emergency Shelter (802) 862-9879
89 North Street, Burlington, VT 05401
Rape Crisis (802) 775-3232
101 Grove Street, Rutland, VT 05701
 
More Shelters in Vermont
 
Vermont Homeless Shelter Directory

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Addison County, VT area that provide maternity services.

Porter Medical Center (802) 388-4701
115 Porter Drive, Middlebury, VT 05753
Putnam Memorial Hospital (802) 442-8811
150 Hospital Drive, Bennington, VT 05201

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Bennington County, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Adoptive Families For Children  
Keene, NH 03431
Bethany Christian Services Adoption Agency  
Latham, NY 12110

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Bennington County, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Bennington County, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Bennington County, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

YWCA NorthEastern NY (518) 374-3394
44 Washington Avenue, Schenectady, NY 12305
St Paul's Center (518) 434-2910
947 3rd Street, Rensselaer, NY 12144
 
More Shelters in Vermont
 
Vermont Homeless Shelter Directory

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Bennington County, VT area that provide maternity services.

Southwestern Vermont Medical Center (802) 442-6361
100 Hospital Drive, Bennington, VT 05201
Northshire Medical Center (802) 362-4440
5957 Main Street Route 7A North, Manchester Center, Vermont 05255

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Burlington, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Acorn Adoption & Family Services  
Burlington, VT 05408
Adoption Advocates  
Shelburne, VT 05482

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Burlington, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Burlington, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Burlington, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Women Helping Battered Women (802) 658-3131
PO Box 1535, Burlington, VT 05402
Burlington Emergency Shelter (802) 862-9879
89 North Street, Burlington, VT 05401
 
More Shelters in Vermont
 
Vermont Homeless Shelter Directory

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Burlington, VT area that provide maternity services.

Fletcher Allen Hospital of Vermont (802) 847-0000
111 Colchester Avenue, Burlington , VT 05401
University of Vermont - Women's Center (802) 656-3385
30 S Williams St., Burlington, Vermont 05401

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Caledonia County, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Vermont Adoption Services  
Waterbury, VT 05676
Vermont Children & Family Department  
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Caledonia County, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Caledonia County, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Caledonia County, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Safe Line (802) 685-7900
348 Vermont 110, Chelsea, VT 05038
Our House (802) 476-8825
38 Summer Street, Barre, VT 05641
 
More Shelters in Vermont
 
Vermont Homeless Shelter Directory

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Caledonia County, VT area that provide maternity services.

Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital (802) 748-7310
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
Little Rivers Health Care (802) 757-2325
65 Main Street North, Wells River, VT 05081

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Chittenden County, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Adoption Advocates  
Shelburne, VT 05482
Casey Family Services  
Winooski, VT 05404

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Chittenden County, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Chittenden County, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Chittenden County, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Kindar Katra (802) 864-0555
336 North Avenue, Burlington, VT 05401
Burlington Emergency Shelter (802) 862-9879
89 North StreetBurlington, VT 05401
 
More Shelters in Vermont
 
Vermont Homeless Shelter Directory

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Chittenden County, VT area that provide maternity services.

Fletcher Allen Hospital (802) 847-0000
111 Colchester Avenue, Burlington, Vermont 05401
Northshire Medical Center (802) 362-4440
5957 Main Street Route 7A North, Manchester Center, Vermont 05255

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Essex County, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Vermont Children & Family Department  
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
Vermont Catholic Charities  
Rutland, VT 05701

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Essex County, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Essex County, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Essex County, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Nekca (802) 723-6245
62 Cross Street, Island Pond, VT 05846
Our House (802) 476-8825
38 Summer Street, Barre, VT 05641
 
More Shelters in Vermont
 
Vermont Homeless Shelter Directory

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Essex County, VT area that provide maternity services.

Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital (603) 237-4971
181 Corliss Lane, Colebrook, NH 03576
Northeastern Vermont Regional Hosptial (802) 748-8141
St. Johnsbury, VT

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Franklin County, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Angels Haven Outreach  
Monkton, VT 05469
Vermont Adoption Services  
Waterbury, VT 05676

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Franklin County, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Franklin County, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Franklin County, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Committee On Temporary Shelter (802) 864-2651
278 Main Street, Burlington, VT 05401
Kindar Katra (802) 864-0555
336 North Avenue, Burlington, VT 05401
 
More Shelters in Vermont
 
Vermont Homeless Shelter Directory

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Franklin County, VT area that provide maternity services.

Northwestern Medical Center (802) 524-5911
133 Fairfield Street, St. Albans, VT 05478
NMC Satellite 152 Fairfield (802) 782-8069
152 Fairfield Street, St. Albans, VT 05478

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Grand Isle County, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Adoption Advocates  
Shelburne, VT 05482
Casey Family Services  
Winooski, VT 05404

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Grand Isle County, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Grand Isle County, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Grand Isle County, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Voices Against Violence (802) 524-8538
176 N Main St., St. Albans, VT 05478
Femmes Autochtones du Québec (450) 632-0088
Kahnawake, Saint-Constant, QC J0L 1B0, Canada
 
More Shelters in Vermont
 
Vermont Homeless Shelter Directory

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Grand Isle County, VT area that provide maternity services.

Plattsburgh Shoe Hospital (518) 561-2580
9 City Hall Place, Plattsburgh, NY 12901
CVPH Medical Center (518) 561-2000
75 Beekman Street, Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Lamoille County, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Family Services Division  
Williston, VT 05495
Social Welfare Department  
Waterbury, VT 05671

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Lamoille County, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Lamoille County, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Lamoille County, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Committee On Temporary Shelter (802) 864-2651
278 Main Street, Burlington, VT 05401
Samaritan House (802) 527-0847
20 Kingman St # 1, St. Albans, VT 05478
 
More Shelters in Vermont
 
Vermont Homeless Shelter Directory

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Lamoille County, VT area that provide maternity services.

Copley Hospital (802) 888-8888
528 Washington Highway, Morrisville, VT 05661
Fletcher Allen Hospital (802) 847-0000
111 Colchester Avenue, Burlington, Vermont 05401

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Montpelier, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Angels Haven Outreach  
Monkton, VT 05469
Vermont Children's Aid Society  
Woodstock, VT 05091

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Montpelier, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Montpelier, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Montpelier, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Good Samaritan Haven (802) 479-2294
105 North Seminary Street, Barre, VT 05641
House At 20 Mile Stream (802) 226-7134
756 Main Street, Proctorsville, VT
 
More Shelters in Vermont
 
Vermont Homeless Shelter Directory

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Montpelier, VT area that provide maternity services.

Central Vermont Medical Center (802) 371-4100
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
Copley Hospital (802) 888-4231
Morrisville, Vermont 05661

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Orange County, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Bethany Christian Services  
Vergennes, Vermont
Vermont Catholic Charities  
Rutland, VT 05701

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Orange County, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Orange County, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Orange County, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

House At 20 Mile Stream (802) 226-7500
756 Main St., Cavendish, VT 05142
Turning Points Network (603) 543-0155
11 School Street, Claremont, NH 03743
 
More Shelters in Vermont
 
Vermont Homeless Shelter Directory

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Orange County, VT area that provide maternity services.

Gifford Medical Center (802) 728-7000
44 South Main Street, Randolph, VT 05060
Springfield Hospital (802) 885-2151
25 Ridgewood Road, Springfield, VT 05156

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Orleans County, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Family Services  
St. Albans, VT 05478
Vermont Children & Family Department  
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Orleans County, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Orleans County, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Orleans County, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Samaritan House (802) 527-0847
20 Kingman St # 1, St. Albans, VT 05478
Voices Against Violence (802) 524-8538
176 N Main St., St. Albans, VT 05478
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Orleans County, VT area that provide maternity services.

North Country Hospital (802) 334-7331
189 Prouty Drive, Newport, VT 05855
Central Vermont Medical Center (802) 371-4100
130 Fisher Road, Berlin, Vermont 05602

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Rutland County, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Friends In Adoption  
Middletown Springs, VT 05757
Angels Haven Outreach  
Monkton, VT 05469

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Rutland County, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Rutland County, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Rutland County, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Turning Points Network (603) 543-0155
11 School Street, Claremont, NH 03743
Rape Crisis (802) 775-3232
101 Grove Street, Rutland, VT 05701
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Rutland County, VT area that provide maternity services.

Rutland Regional Medical Center (802) 747-1771
160 Allen Street, Rutland, VT 05701
Porter Medical Center (802) 388-4701
115 Porter Drive, Middlebury, VT 05753

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Rutland, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Friends In Adoption  
Middletown Spgs, VT 05757
Acorn Adoption & Family Services  
Burlington, VT 05408

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Rutland, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Rutland, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Rutland, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Open Door Mission (802) 775-5661
31 Park Street, Rutland, VT 05701
Battered Women's Shelter & Rape Crisis: Rutland County (802) 775-3232
101 Grove Street, Rutland, VT 05701
 
More Shelters in Vermont
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Rutland, VT area that provide maternity services.

Glens Falls Hospital: Maternity (518) 926-6090
102 Park Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801
Cottage Hospital (603) 747-9000
90 Swiftwater Road, Woodsville, NH 03785

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the South Burlington, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Adoption Advocates  
Shelburne, VT 05482
Wide Horizons For Children  
South Burlington, VT 05403

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in South Burlington, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the South Burlington, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the South Burlington, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Committee on Temporary Shelter (802) 864-7402
179 South Winooski Avenue, Burlington, VT 05401
Women Helping Battered Women (802) 658-3131
PO Box 1535, Burlington, VT 05402
 
More Shelters in Vermont
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the South Burlington, VT area that provide maternity services.

Norwich University (802) 485-2000
Northfield, Vermont 05663
Porter Hospital (802) 388-4701
Middlebury, Vermont 05753

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Washington County, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Adoption Advocates  
Shelburne, VT 05482
Vermont Catholic Charities  
Rutland, VT 05701

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Washington County, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Washington County, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Washington County, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Central Vermont Medical Center (802) 371-4100
130 Fisher Road, Berlin, Vermont 05602
Concentra Urgent Care (802) 223-7499
654 Granger Rd #1, Barre, VT 05641
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Washington County, VT area that provide maternity services.

Norwich University (802) 485-2000
Northfield, Vermont 05663
Porter Hospital (802) 388-4701
Middlebury, Vermont 05753

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Windham County, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Friends In Adoption  
Middletown Springs, VT 05757
Social Services Division  
Brattleboro, VT 05301

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Windham County, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Windham County, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Windham County, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Women's Crisis Center (802) 254-6954
PO Box 933, Brattleboro, VT 05302
House At 20 Mile Stream (802) 226-7500
756 Main St., Cavendish, VT 05142
 
More Shelters in Vermont
 
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Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Windham County, VT area that provide maternity services.

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital (802) 257-0341
17 Belmont Avenue, Brattleboro, VT 05301
Grace Cottage Hospital (802) 365-7357
185 Grafton Road, Townshend, VT 05353

Adoption Agencies

The adoption agencies are representative of those serving the Windsor County, Vermont area.

Adoption Services 1(800)943-0400
Adoption Services can help you whether you live in this city or in any other part of the state.
Social Services Division  
Brattleboro, VT 05301
Adoptive Families For Children  
Keene, NH 03431

Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers in Windsor County, Vermont. Simply click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. May I suggest first that you bookmark this page to your favorite places so you may return as often as you like.

Financial Assistance Programs

There are many national, state and local financial assistance programs to assist pregnant women and new mothers who live in the Windsor County, Vermont area. Click on the links (blue words) that follow to find the type of help you are looking for. Don't forget to bookmark this page to your favorite places so that you can return here after you have viewed the links below.

Financial Assistance Programs
Unemployment Insurance
Child Welfare Agencies
Low Income Energy Assistance Program

Also, please see the sections below for additional financial, medical, nutritional and other assistance programs.

Medical Assistance Programs in Vermont

Again, there are many different medical assistance programs available from federal, state and local governments. We have provided a list below. If you hear of any additional ones please feel free to let us know so we can help other women in your area.

Medical Assistance Programs
Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
CHIPS (Child Health Insurance Program)
Department of Health
Medicaid

Nutritional and Food Assistance Programs

Nutritional Assistance Programs
Child Nutrition Programs (School Lunch and more)
Food Banks
Food Stamps
WIC (Women Infants and Children)

Education Assistance Programs

Department of Education
Early Head Start

Support Groups

You are not alone. There are people who would be happy to help.If you cannot find the help you need from the support groups listed below please feel free to give us a call.

Support Groups for Pregnant Women
Adoption Support Groups for Birth Mother

Women's Shelters

The information below will help you locate homeless and abuse shelters in the Windsor County, Vermont area and shelters all across VT.

Safe Line (802) 685-7900
348 Vermont 110, Chelsea, VT 05038
Samaritan House (802) 527-0847
20 Kingman St # 1, St. Albans, VT 05478
 
More Shelters in Vermont
 
Vermont Homeless Shelter Directory

Hospitals

Below we have listed a few of the Hospitals in the Windsor County, VT area that provide maternity services.

Mt Ascutney Hospital and Health Center (802) 674-6711
289 County Road, Windsor, VT 05089
Springfield Hospital (802) 885-2151
25 Ridgewood Road, Springfield, VT 05156

 
 

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