Care Center offers pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, counseling, birthing and parenting classes, infant supplies, counseling, adoption support, job assistance/training, and referrals for healthcare/financial assistance/legal aid/adoption/community support.
Address: 1277 Main Street, Southaven MS 38671Visit Website
Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services offers programs dedicated to child abuse prevention and protection in Mississippi.
Address: 750 N. State St, Jackson, MS 39202
Community Care Network helps families find and sustain permanent housing by providing housing assistance, life skills training, and workforce development for clients and their children. We collaborate with other agencies and providers who assist with counseling, health care, child care, and employment.
Address: 7400 Fountainbleau Road, Ocean Springs, MS 39564
Domestic Abuse Family Shelter helps get victims out of an abusive situation and establish a foundation to build a better future.
Therapeutic group homes provide family style living for children/youth who are unable to remain in their homes because of abuse, neglect, or serious behavioral or emotional challenged
The Office of the Mississippi Attorney General's Bureau of Victim Assistance offers support for crime and abuse victims, referrals to victim services, shelters, community services, job training, and pro bono resources, and assistance in applying for domestic abuse protection orders.
Address: 550 High Street, Jackson, MS 39205
Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services helps advocate for improved conditions for families, support the families, stabilize those in crisis, reunify those who are separated, strengthen families, and connect families to the resources that will sustain them in the future.
Address: 750 N. State St, Jackson, MS 39202
If you find yourself unable to care for your newborn, Mississippi's safe haven law allows you to safely surrender babies 45 days or younger to a licensed adoption agency, emergency medical services (EMS) provider, or hospital emergency room without any questions or legal consequences. This includes surrendering your baby pursuant to a 911 call. Confidential counselors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if you have questions or need to talk. Call at the National Safe Haven Crisis line at 1-866-99Baby1.
If you find yourself unable to care for your newborn, Mississippi's safe haven law allows you to safely surrender babies 45 days or younger to a licensed adoption agency, emergency medical services (EMS) provider, or hospital emergency room without any questions or legal consequences. This includes surrendering your baby pursuant to a 911 call. The Long Beach Fire Station’s Safe Haven Baby Box also offers a place to surrender your newborn anonymously and safely. Confidential counselors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if you have questions or need to talk. Call at the National Safe Haven Crisis line at 1-866-99Baby1.
Address: 645 Klondyke Rd, Long Beach, MS 39560
Safe, Inc is a domestic violence shelter, rape crisis center, and a homeless services provider.
PALS is a transitional living program for youth ages 18-23 designed to facilitate healing, recovery, and promote the social and emotional well-being of youth who have experienced homelessness, neglect, exposure to violence and/or trauma.
SCSCY Prevention Program is a community based program that helps parents by educating and empowering families to create safe, stable, nurturing, and healthy environments that protect children from violence and maltreatment.
Southern Christian Services for Children and Youth operates the Sunrise Safe Home exclusively for adolescent survivors of sexual exploitation from human trafficking. This is a long-term, residential, therapeutic home for girls aged 12 – 19, with admission only offered for similar aged youth.
Southern Christian Services offers counseling for children and youth from 3-23 years old and their families; counseling for parents and caregivers; counseling for children 3-23 years old who are victims of crime and their parents/caregivers
The Domestic Violence Shelters of Mississippi are there to provide services to the families affected by domestic violence. Shelter services include: 24 hour crisis line, temporary housing, advocacy and referral programs, counseling, transportation and more.
The Rapid Re-Housing Domestic Violence Program provides a quick response to individuals and families who are displaced and homeless as a result of domestic violence.
Address: 731 S. Pear Orchard Rd. Suite 51, Ridgeland, MS 39157