"SOLVE Homes offers housing, mentorship, and community for pregnant women of all ages in need."
Lives changed through life created.
Serving the Gulf Coast of Florida and Beyond
Various agencies and churches refer women to SOLVE Maternity Homes. We work with school district social workers and local pregnancy resource centers, as well as other groups. Women also find us on the Internet, along with referrals from the Option Line. We give them a safe environment where they can experience God's love as they prepare for the birth of their baby. We don't discriminate in providing services because of race, creed, color, national origin, age, or marital status.
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Through God's love, SOLVE serves women and teens that are pregnant and in need of housing, life correction, and preparation for motherhood. The SOLVE program meets each client where she is at in her life journey and strengthens her for productive living. Our residents experience success through opportunities achieved here to make their families grow stronger.
SOLVE Maternity Homes is an active 501(C) (3) non-profit organization. Our staff and volunteers are committed to bringing ministry outreach to those women in need of our help.
We run on donations and private funding. $40 gives the gift of housing, counseling, case management, life skills training to a SOLVE resident for one day. We have sponsorships and recurring donation plans available. Donate to us today!
SOLVE meets needs! Life is not easy for many in our society, real challenges stand in the way of productivity. Two facts exist with each resident coming to live at SOLVE… All are pregnant and each carry existing challenges.
Through the SOLVE program challenges are not simply managed, but tackled and overcome. Daily case management, counseling and spiritual development takes the SOLVE resident from challenged to viable and independent.
“That was a turning point in my life. SOLVE taught me a lot about self-worth. I reconnected with God. They applauded me for good things I did and encouraged me to go back to school and helped me do well in school.”
Former SOLVE resident, Bradenton Herald June 2015