- Pregnancy Centers
- Material Aid
- Financial and Employment Services
- Child Development
- Genetic Abnormalities
- Breastfeeding Support
- Adoption Aid
- Medical pregnancy resource clinic
East San Jose: 12 N. White Rd #1 San Jose, CA 95127
Call (408) 272-5577
Text (408) 837-1717
South San Jose: 3315 Almaden Expy, Suite 25, San Jose, CA 95118
Call (408) 978-9310
Text (408) 837-1919
Mountain View: 836 W. El Camino Real, Mountain View, CA 94040
Call (650) 964-8093
Text (650) 204-1818
Juan Diego Women’s Center (408) 258-2008
- Catholic pregnancy resource center located at: 12 N. White Road, San Jose, CA 95127
- After registering, a mother can receive layettes at approximately 7 months of pregnancy. To inquire about these, contact Arely Valeriano at arelyv@ . Mothers in need may also access a maternity clothes closet twice a month.
CalFresh Outreach (408) 283-6150 ask for Alejandra Arreloa Email- aarreloa@
- Assists Santa Clara County residents in learning about and receiving CalFresh (food stamp) benefits.
- Financial Employment Assistance (408) 283-6150 ×214
Calworks (408) 325-5285 Sayre
Employment Services (408) 325-5195 Theresa
- Provides pre-employment support (including ESL and computer
classes), employment, job retention, and job upgrade services to
immigrants, refugees, and low-income individuals.
Focus for Work (408) 325-5285 Linda
- Provides individual and group employment preparation services, and job
Heritage Home (408) 294-1238
- Cityteam’s Heritage Home has been providing a long-term compassionate ministry for years to homeless, poor and abused women who are pregnant and have no where else to turn but the street
- Cityteam San Jose 2304 Zanker Rd. San Jose CA 95131
- (408) 232-5600 Fax: (408) 428-9505 E-mail sanjose@
Housing Search & Stabilization (408) 325-5277 (voice-mail only)
- Works to help individuals and families find safe, stable and appropriate
housing. People enrolling in the program will receive an individualized
assessment of their housing needs.
HUD Housing (408) 240-3395
- Provides case management and tenant support for residents of
Charities Housing Development Corporation apartments.
House of Grace (408) 885-8080
EHC Lifebuilder’s Boccardo Reception Center (408) 294-2100 Mark
- Shelter for homeless individuals and families.
- 2100 Little Orchard St San Jose, CA 95125
Valley Homeless Clinic (408) 272-6046 Lorna
- Shelter for homeless individual
Siena House (831) 425-2229 Sharon
- Siena House Maternity Home of Santa Cruz County in the Spirit of God’s love, provides an environment of total support for only expectant women (no other children) experiencing a crisis pregnancy. Services are provided both before and after delivery.
Hillside House (650) 348-6603 Lauren
- Offers residential treatment for up to twelve pregnant or parenting women and their children
Missionaries of Charity Queen of Peace Women’s Shelter (415) 586-3449 Joan Marie
- For pregnant women. No women under age 18. New clients are not taken in on Thursday or Saturday. Proof of pregnancy, HIV test and TB test required. Women may stay until one month after childbirth. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Multi-lingual staff. Call for interview appointment.
Mt. St. Joseph/St. Elizabeth Epiphany Residential Programs (415) 567-8370 ×4241 Tomika
- The Epiphany Center provides recovery-based services to adult women and their children in an effort to break the multi-generational cycles of abuse, dysfunction, and poverty. They promote dignity and self-reliance.
Saint Joseph’s Family Center (415) 550-4478 ×242 Jose Landeverde
- The St. Joseph’s Family Center program provides families emergency shelter, three meals daily, on-site case management, counseling and crisis intervention. In addition, St. Joseph’s offers money management and job search support, parenting workshops and children’s activity programming geared to assist families in maintaining healthy relationships.
Raphael House (415) 474-4621 (live person answers phone)
- Raphael House, the first shelter for children and families experiencing homelessness in Northern California, provides an environment of loving support where families are able to move toward brighter and more hopeful futures.
Bishop Gallegos Maternity Home (916) 395-9370 (live person answers phone)
- This is a home for women over 18 who are pregnant and in need of shelter, food, safety, comfort, and support during their pregnancy and for a short time after. Their goal is to empower women to be self-sufficient and independent in their return to the community. All races, creeds, and nationalities are welcome.
Mother Teresa Maternity Home (530) 295-8006 (live person asnwers phone)
- The Mother Teresa Maternity Home is a safe residence for pregnant women in need, a place where they can live during the time of their pregnancy and for three month after the birth of their child.
FIRST 5 Santa Clara County
- Promotes school readiness for families with children prenatal through age 5. Four Family Resource Centers serve as a community hub and provide information, resources, programs, services, and activities for children and their families.
Dahl Elementary Family Resource Center (408) 361-4281
Santee Family Resource Center (408) 420-1932
Luther Burbank Family Resource Center (408) 380-8600
The Health Trust Family Resource Center in partnership with Catholic Charities (408) 380-8600
New Beginnings (408) 380-8600
- Provides opportunities for parents of children 0-3 to enjoy interactive early learning activities with their newborns/infants. Programming includes early literacy, support groups for parents, information on child development, and resource and referral support.
- BNA is a private non-profit corporation whose mission is to provide comprehensive, practical, and peer-based support to parents experiencing a prenatal diagnosis and carrying to term. In addition, BNA encourages development of new services so more parents find support at diagnosis by offering training, consulting and technical assistance as well as materials to other organizations and individuals committed to service development.
Pre-Natal Partners for Life (763) 772-3868
- Prenatal Partners for Life is a group of concerned parents (most of whom have or had a special needs child), medical professionals, legal professionals and clergy whose aim is to support, inform and encourage expectant or new parents. They offer support by connecting parents facing an adverse diagnosis with other parents who have had the same diagnosis. They have many resources such as adoption agencies with clients waiting to adopt and love a special needs child should a parent feel they could not care for them.
Deysi Castro (408) 217-3248
- Mom of a child with Down Syndrome is willing to speak with mothers who have been given a prenatal diagnosis.
WIC Peer Counseling Breastfeeding Program (408) 200-0981
- Provides breastfeeding education and support groups for pregnant and early breastfeeding mothers. The peer counselor model is used to improve breastfeeding rates, particularly among Spanish- and Vietnamese-speaking mothers.
Bethany Christian Services 1.800.BETHANY
- Bethany is about kids in families. We serve children of all ages as we strive toward a world where every child has a loving family. Our services include family support and preservation, adoption, foster care, pregnancy counseling, training, refugee services, sponsorship, and infertility ministry.