Pregnancy and parenting don't have to mean the end of your education, dreams, or goals. We're here to connect you with the resources needed to support and empower you to succeed.
Care Net: Located in Detroit. Offers free pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, confidential counseling, abortion information, parenting support, material resources, and more.
A Woman’s Pregnancy Choice: Free and confidential pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, counseling, abortion information, parenting support, community resources, and more.
Guadalupe Workers: The Guadalupe Workers of Detroit seek to offer personal and individually-tailored assistance to each mother the Workers encounter. The Workers provide, where appropriate, assistance tailored to each individual mother they meet. The Workers also encourage and assist mothers with certification programs and/or with the completion of degree programs.
Problem Pregnancy Center: Located in Southfield. Offers free pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, confidential counseling, abortion information, parenting support, material resources, and more.
Option Line: Free confidential help via text, online chat, or phone
Bethany Christian Services: Wondering what your options are? This organization will walk you through your pregnancy options, give you free counseling and offer many resources including financial assistance.
Home Ownership Services: If you need help paying for energy and weatherization costs, you may be able to get help from state programs that use federal money to assist low-income families with energy costs.
Co-Abode: Co-Abode connects single mothers with similar interests to share a home, allowing their
Children’s Garden: This child care is open to children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old, at free & reduced costs. They have a location in Dearborn and another recently opened at Henry Ford College. To inquire about the Henry Ford program, submit this form.
Child Care Assistance: Resources to find quality child care and payment assistance if you cannot afford child care.
Post-Abortive Care & Support
CareNet:Do you need help after an abortion? CareNet provides abortion recovery help and support at no cost to you.
Project Rachel: Find hope and healing through confidential phone lines, individual counseling, support groups, and retreats.
Financing Your Education
Michigan Student Aid: Numerous programs that are available to provide financial assistance for postsecondary education depending on eligibility.
Michigan Tuition Grant: This program is available for undergraduate students in financial need for their postsecondary tuition.
Federal Student Aid: If you are a pregnant or parenting student, update your FAFSA information in order to receive more financial aid.
Federal Pell Grant: This is a federal grant available for students that demonstrate financial need. Your FAFSA application will be reviewed to see if you qualify.
The Little Bundle Supermom Scholarship: This scholarship was created to help single moms fund their education. Current high school seniors, undergrad, and graduate students are all eligible to apply. Awards are $2,000 each.
Bethel Foundation Grace Scholarship Fund: This scholarship is available to women who identify as single and the head of household with at least one child under the age of 18. They must be pursuing an associate’s or bachelor’s degree and must be a recipient of the Pell Grant. Funding per student is up to $1,500 or $750 for the summer semester.
Soroptimist Live Your Dream Award: Applicants must be the primary financial support system for themselves and at least one other dependent. They must be enrolled in a vocational/skills training program or pursuing their first undergraduate degree. Funding runs from $1,000 at the club level to $10,000 at the international level.
Kopfler & Hermann Overcoming Adversity Scholarship: Though this scholarship is not directed at single parents, it asks all applicants to submit a 500-1,000 word essay describing a time that they overcame adversity. Applicants can be pursuing an undergraduate or graduate level degree. The award is $1,000.
Kickass Single Mom Stimulus Grant: This grant can be used for anything, and the application process only takes a few minutes! The only qualification is that the applicant must be a single mother. Each award is $500.
Federally Qualified Health Centers: These are health centers that provide comprehensive healthcare to clients- even those without health insurance. You simply pay what you can afford. They offer checkups, treatments, complete pregnancy care, and immunizations. Some offer even more services.
Maternal Infant Health Program: A home visiting program for Medicaid-eligible women and infants. It offers support and care coordination to pregnant women for regular prenatal and infant care.
Problem Pregnancy Center: May assist with maternity and baby clothing, and basic material goods such as strollers, car seats, blankets, diapers, cribs, formula, etc.
A Woman’s Pregnancy Choice: Provides maternity and baby clothing, and basic material goods such as strollers, car seats, blankets, diapers, cribs, formula, etc.
Dearborn WIC Clinics: This program has two Dearborn locations that provide food assistance, nutrition education, breastfeeding support, and health care referrals for pregnant and parenting women and their children.
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