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Several Sources Shelters

(201) 818-9033

Several Sources Shelters

Through God’s Grace, we save babies’ lives and shelter their young mothers, while providing education and ongoing compassionate support services, including our Pregnancy Sonogram Center. We further educate young people to make healthy life choices.

Several Sources is a registered 501-c3 Charity.

A safe, family-style home and basic personal care items are available to you at no cost during your pregnancy and for a pre-determined amount of time afterward with your child.

Daily case management will help you tackle individual challenges and work toward independence.

Our counselors will meet with you individually and in groups on a weekly basis and are also available for other family members by arrangement.

We offer classes on parenting, nutrition, childbirth preparation, bible study, life skills, and financial planning.

We provide free transportation to medical appointments and can help you obtain health insurance.

Free pregnancy tests and referrals to local pregnancy & parenting support agencies are available by appointment. (You do not need to be a Several Sources resident.)

Special Programs

Our Gift of Hope Sonogram Center
Several Sources provides FREE pregnancy sonogram examinations at our “Gift of Hope” Sonogram Resource Center located at 15 Engle Street, Suite 302, Englewood, NJ. Our hours of operation are Monday thru Friday, 2:30-5:30 pm. We overnight free pregnancy tests to young women to help them through an unplanned pregnancy anywhere in the USA and guide them to where they can also obtain free sonograms. 

Shelter for Mothers and Babies
The outreach of Several Sources Shelters is centered on the three mothers and babies shelters we operate that begin with the offering of a safe haven for pregnant women. They are beacons of hope for God’s innocent preborn and their mothers. As free, safe havens for abandoned, lost, and suffering pregnant women, they provide much-needed hope and support.  The mothers who are referred do not have to be first-time mothers, but the ratio is 1 child to 1 mother. The mothers stay at the facility until the babies are 6 months old. 

Special Families Program
Mothers who leave our shelters often need help in the future.  Several Sources make a commitment to the women who choose life for their pre-born child to help them until their child celebrates their 19th birthday.  There are times when some of our families have little ones who are sick and need extra attention.  Many of these families live in the New Jersey cities of East Orange, Irvington, Newark, Paterson, and Trenton, cities well known for families who struggle with high poverty levels. Currently, the Special Families Program is helping impoverished families. These families have children (ranging in age from birth to 18 years).

Age Groups
  • Children
  • Adolescents
  • Adults
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Last Updated: 08/10/23