We provide more than shelter to expectant mothers. we provide a future.
We are able to provide housing for four expectant women (no other children). Because we are funded through private donations, there is absolutely no charge for mothers to stay at Hannah’s House. Any pregnant woman over the age of 18 may apply for admission to the program. We offer shelter, baby items, and guidance with parenting and living skills. Each mother is required to attend a Christian church service of her choice on Sunday morning, a weekly Bible study, perform chores, observe curfews, sign in and out, and either work, go to school, or serve as a volunteer no less than 25 hours per week up until 2 weeks before delivery and she must resume activities 2-4 weeks after her child is born. A mother may stay at Hannah’s House through pregnancy and up to six months after birth for women choosing to parent their babies, or up to six weeks for women making an adoption plan. A completed application from you is necessary. We are NOT an emergency shelter. We also require proof of pregnancy, proof of a negative drug test (completed by your physician or at another location), and notarized letter of liability. Please click on the links below to download the application packet.
Step 1: Complete an application for admission. Make sure you include a working phone number or email address. If we are unable to contact you, you will lose your position on the waiting list. Once you have submitted your application, you will be notified it has been received. When an opening becomes available, you will be called to set up an appointment in order to complete an intake interview.
Step 2: Complete an intake interview. You will be notified 1-3 days after the interview regarding admission.
Step 3: If chosen to be a part of the program, you must complete the rest of the admission packet. You will have one week to complete necessary paperwork before your spot is given to another applicant. Paperwork needs to be completed thoroughly. Spaces should not be left blank on any form.
Step 4: Once all paperwork is completed, a move-in date will be arranged (Monday through Friday between the hours of 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM).
Must be 18 or older
Willing to share a home with others and follow home rules
Willing to work, to continue your education, and/or volunteer (this includes SSI/SSDI recipients)
Willing to learn living, parenting, and employment skills
Willing to attend counseling on a regular basis if determined necessary
Willing to learn more about how Jesus can change lives
Must complete entire application process including an interview, application, and admission packet.
Click here to see an outline of our weekly schedule.