4 More Financial Resources For Pregnant Women - La Habra Life Center

4 More Financial Resources for Pregnant Women

4 More Financial Resources for Pregnant Women

4 More Financial

Resources for

Pregnant Women

For women facing unplanned pregnancies, the costs of having and raising a child can be overwhelming. That’s why we’ve gathered four more financial resources for pregnant women in this article.

From free prenatal care to help paying your phone bill, you can find the support you need. Explore the organizations that offer free financial help for pregnant women below. 

4 Ways to Find Financial Assistance for Pregnant Women

1. Get No-Cost Prenatal Care

There are several ways to find care assistance for maternal and child health. We’ve included some of these options below.

La Habra Life Center

If you think you are pregnant, La Habra Life Center should be your first stop for maternity care services. Our no-cost services include:

  • Pregnancy tests
  • Ultrasounds
  • STD tests and treatment
  • Options consultations

Our program provides pregnancy assistance for everyone, regardless of income. We offer free services and information to help pregnant women and families feel empowered. 

Unprepared for your pregnancy?

Make an appointment to access our free information and judgment-free care today.

Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

The federal government provides programs to support low-income pregnant women. You may qualify for this care if you meet income eligibility requirements.

Many government clinics offer free health and human services for childbirth, lactation (if you want to breastfeed), postpartum care, and more.

2. Find Free Housing And Housing Assistance

Housing can be hard to find in the best circumstances. Thankfully, pregnant women may qualify for an assistance program that can help.

For example, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) runs the Housing Choice program. Eligible low-income families receive a voucher to help you pay your rent or buy a home.

Another government program can provide housing help too. The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) provides financial help for pregnant mothers. You can use these resources to help cover housing costs. 

Requirements vary from state to state for this financial aid to pregnant women. Check local qualifications to see if you qualify.

Single mothers may be able to live in a maternity group home as well.

A charity will often run these programs for pregnant women. A maternity group home provides women with food assistance, skills training, and housing. They can help you and your baby thrive during and after pregnancy.

3. Receive Financial Help For Internet And Phone Service Plans

Today, internet and phone service is essential. You may need to work from home or stay in touch with your boss while on maternity leave.


Two government agencies offer financial assistance for phone and internet costs. The Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) runs the Lifeline program. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) offers the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP).


Both programs are open to low-income families. These households may be eligible for discounts on internet service, phone plans, laptops, computers, and tablets.

To qualify, you must already receive government benefits such as:


Both Lifeline and ACP have the same qualifications. You can receive benefits from both at the same time. Additionally, you can apply the discounts to different services for the greatest benefits.

4. Access Free Baby Stuff

Expectant mothers need a lot of baby supplies. If you need help with money for these items, there are many programs that help low-income women and struggling moms. Let’s look at some of these options.

La Habra Life Center

Along with prenatal medical services, pregnancy resource centers (PRC) help pregnant women get the baby stuff they need. You can find diapers, baby clothes, and other supplies at our center. If you need a specific item, such as a hypoallergenic formula, we’ll make sure you get it. 

Our aid to pregnant women also includes referrals and resources. We can help you find a local organization that will help pay for food or a supportive church group.

La Habra Life Center exists to offer assistance to pregnant women. You can find the support you need here.

Baby Freebies

For women who are pregnant, help is available from many organizations. They provide financial assistance in the form of free items.

The National Diaper Bank Network gives free diapers and essentials to expectant mothers who qualify. Many PRCs, churches, and food pantries offer diapers as well.

The Enfamil Family Beginnings program offers coupons and free formula samples to members. Sign up to get these baby freebies.

You may be able to get a free car seat through WIC or Medicaid. Local police and fire stations sometimes offer no-cost car seats as well. Other options include churches, pregnancy resource centers, and local charities.

Cribs for Kids wants every child to have a safe place to sleep. Pregnant mothers can request a free crib through this organization. PRCs may be able to help you get a crib as well.

The National Diaper Bank Network gives free diapers and essentials to expectant mothers who qualify. Many PRCs, churches, and food pantries offer diapers as well.

Pregnant And Need Help? Find It Here.

At La Habra Life Center, we want to help you succeed. From medical services to referrals, you can find the support you need here.

Looking for more financial help options? 

Explore our top three financial resources for pregnancy.



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