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Catholic Parishes and Communities Supporting Local Pregnant and Parenting Mothers in Need


Catholic Charities - Diocese of Charlotte

Room at the Inn

  • Responding to the call of Christ to nurture life, Room at the Inn operates housing and programs for single, pregnant women and single mothers with children suffering from homelessness. They are offered opportunities to have new lives of healthy, hope-filled independence.

  • We provide food, shelter, clothing, case management, in-house daycare, transportation, life-skills education, and counseling in a structured environment.

  • PO Box 13936; Greensboro, NC (336-275-9566)



Rachel's Vineyard Ministries

  • Healing the wounds of abortion with God's love and mercy, Rachel's Vineyard weekend retreats are offered by Catholic Charities in the Western, Central, and Eastern regions of the Diocese of Charlotte. For upcoming retreats, including retreats in neighboring dioceses, please contact us.

  • Lorena Haynes (828-585-0483 - English & Spanish)


The Pregnancy Network

  • Services include free ultrasounds, free STD tests and treatment, free birth control information, and free adoption information. We also offer free sexual health services, resources, and a mentorship program.

  • 625 Fulton St.; Greensboro, NC

  • 811 West 5th St.; Winston-Salem, NC

  • Pregnancy Help Line (336-274-4881)



  • Operating 300 chapters nationwide and in Canada. We are interdenominational and supported by volunteers and private donations. Offering counseling and abortion alternatives for those who are not ready to raise a child. We include some of the best adoption contacts in the local areas.

  • 1330 Ashley Square; Winston-Salem, NC (336-774-0456)

  • Pregnancy Help Line (800-550-4900 - 24 hours)



Greensboro Urban Ministry

  • Offering free meals daily and emergency groceries 4 days per week.

  • The GUM Food Pantry has provided food for people at risk of hunger in Guilford County for over 30 years. The food pantry hours are 9:30 am - 3:30 pm Monday through Friday.

  • The Potter's House Community Kitchen provides a hot, nutritious lunch every day, including holidays. In addition, they also provide breakfast and dinner to guests staying in the Weaver House shelter.

  • 305 W. Gate City Blvd.; Greensboro, NC (336-271-5959)


Sandhills Center

  • Mental Health, I/DD and Substance Use Disorder Care for Individuals in 11 Central North Carolina Counties

  • It is the goal of Sandhills Center to make treatment options available to those who need them, to enrich and support our Provider Network, and to contribute to the overall well-being of the communities we serve.

  • 3802 Robert Porcher Way; Greensboro, NC

  • 24-Hour Call Center (800-256-2452)

  • Behavioral Health Crisis Line (833-600-2054)

  • Mental Health Mobile Crisis Unit - Guilford Therapeutic Alternatives (877-626-1772)

  • Mental Health Mobile Crisis Unit - Rockingham Daymark (866-275-9552)


Caring Services

  • Caring Services Inc. offers a holistic continuum of care to individuals who are ready to make a commitment to their recovery from mood altering substances.

  • An intensive recovery support program that provides life skill development and relapse prevention planning for pregnant women and mothes in early recovery. 3-4 month long program where clinicians meet with participants in the home and office setting for services that include: recovery, coaching, parenting skills, case management, and counseling.

  • 102 Chestnut Dr.; High Point, NC (336-886-5594)

  • Rehab Program for Mothers

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