We're here for you during this scary and uncertain time in your life.

A Mother's Hope is a residential maternity and parenting program for pregnant women experiencing homelessness who want a new start.

At A Mother's Hope, you will have the opportunity to participate in a goal-oriented program that offers a supportive and safe living environment for you.

We recognize that you are unique in your life experiences and circumstances. We will help you define and strive for your own individual version of success.

A Mother’s Hope is not an emergency shelter.

This means that we have an intake process that typically takes about 7 days.

A Mother’s Hope is a program, not just a place to live. Our program provides support and education to help you find stability for you and your baby.

Resident Criteria


In order to be considered for A Mother's Hope program you must be:

  • Pregnant

  • Homeless or at risk for homelessness

  • Willing to follow the rules and structure of the home

  • Willing to participate in A Mother's Hope program

  • Committed to living drug and alcohol free

  • Have an income that is at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty Guideline

*Careful consideration will be given for every applicant that applies for the program. Applicants with a history of violent behavior may not be eligible to enter A Mother's Hope program.
*A Mother’s Hope does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, religion, or national origin.

Intake Process


To apply for A Mother’s Hope program:

  1. Pregnant women can contact us by phone or through the website. If you do not meet the criteria for our program, our staff will try to guide you towards other community resources. We want to help you!

  2. If we have an opening, we will set up a time for you to come to A Mother’s Hope. At that meeting, we will get to know you better and let you know what you can expect in this program. This meeting is a great time for you to see the house and ask any questions you might have. All applicants will need to pass a drug screen to be considered.

  3. If you are accepted into the program, we will set up a day and time for you to move into A Mother’s Hope. If you are not accepted, we will do our best to guide you on where might be a better fit for you.

For more information, please call (260) 444-4975 or email us at

Online Application for Residency

Download a Paper Application

"Healthy Tomorrow" App

AMH Application 4-21.docx

Need information on neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS)?

We are excited to announce that the free Healthy Tomorrow app is now available for download on Google Play and the Apple Store. It contains educational information and videos for pregnant and new moms with opioid use disorder (OUD), whose babies may be born with NAS. For more information, click here.

A Mother’s Hope partnered with McMillen Health and other community organizations on the Healthy Tomorrow project. Our Executive Director, Stasia Roth, served as part of a professional advisory group aimed at creating this free app.