Financial Assistance During Pregnancy

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For many women the financial burden that comes with an unplanned pregnancy is enough make them choose to terminate the pregnancy. What many women don't know is that there are many organizations that offer financial assistance during pregnancy. From prenatal care to covering the cost of food and material items for you and your baby, there are plenty of places to get money during pregnancy.


One of the first places to seek financial assistance during pregnancy is WIC (Women, Infants and Children). This program doesn't give you money during pregnancy but instead gives you coupons for free food. These coupons cover the cost of things like milk, eggs, juice, cheese and cereal. In addition to that, they will continue providing you support after your pregnancy in the form of food if you are breast feeding and formula if you are bottle feeding. WIC provides nutritional support to children up to 5 years old.

Government Benefit Programs

If you are pregnant, a number of government programs that can help you. Some of these programs offer financial assistance during pregnancy in the form of medical care, food stamps and shelter. You can also seek child support for your child through your local family court system.

If you are dealing with an unplanned pregnancy and you are in need of financial assistance during pregnancy, you need to contact your local social services. They can help determine your eligibility for government programs and file the necessary paperwork. They may also be able to refer you to local charities that can help provide financial assistance for pregnant women.

Charitable Organizations

There are many charitable organizations that provide financial assistance for pregnant women. These range from local religious groups to women's centers. Many of these groups will help with food, clothing, baby items and even cash assistance in some cases. Crisis pregnancy centers are an excellent example. They often provide material items and support for pregnant women who choose to have their baby or place their baby for adoption.


Most adoption agencies provide financial assistance for pregnant women. For this reason, if you are planning to place your baby for adoption, it is important to contact an adoption agency early on. Adoption agencies provide financial assistance during pregnancy for anything that is pregnancy related. This means they will help you will prenatal care, food, bills, maternity clothing, transportation, rent and counseling. Naturally, the laws surrounding what expenses can be covered differ from state to state.

Religious Charities

One of the last places you think to turn when dealing with an unplanned pregnancy would be your church or place of worship. However, many churches and religious groups provide financial support for pregnant women. This support may be in the form of cash, food, clothing and counseling. However, this support is often contingent on you carrying your baby to term.

If you are in need of financial assistance during pregnancy there are many places you can find resources. Your local social services board is an excellent place to start. However, you can also find an abundance of resources online and in your phone book. In addition to this, pregnancy support groups are also familiar with resources for financial assistance for pregnant women.

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Guest - 1 year ago
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not helpful at all #1
Smarter Guest - 2 months ago
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What? you were expecting this website to dump money in your lap. They are "teaching you to fish" use your brain and follow the advice. They just gave you a map to loads of possible financial assistance. The responsibility for who does the work and searching is on you. Assistance implies you are doing something in the first place. Sidenote, I see your post was made 10 months ago, hoping your baby came through fine and is doing well! :) #2
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