Maternity Home Forging a Bridge of Hope for Single Moms

Every year, one in 30 U.S. children faces homelessness. Eighty percent of those families are headed by a single mother. With one maternity home each in Indiana and the Canadian province of Alberta, Bridge of Hope is looking ahead to partnering with life-affirming pregnancy help organizations across North America to empower these moms to provide for their children. Tweet This: One in 30 U.S. children faces homelessness. Eighty percent of those families are headed by a single mother. Bridge of Hope is empowering these moms to provide for their children. A Three-Way Partnership to End Homelessness As Bridge of Hope has sought to address the need within its community, it has developed a model of ministry that teams up church-based mentoring groups and social workers to help single mothers facing homelessness provide for their families. Continue reading this article on PregnancyHelpNews.com.


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