Our programs and services are designed to work seamlessly together to prepare pregnant women and mothers of infants for a life of self-reliance.
We provide safe, transitional housing for women who are pregnant and experiencing homelessness, as we help them navigate the challenges of motherhood. In this home environment, we provide counseling, intense case management, life skills classes, education support, and agency referrals — with the goal of empowering women to transition to long-term, safe, affordable housing.
We meet the needs of families in the community who are pregnant and parenting children under 12 months of age by working with the whole family during the vulnerable time period from pregnancy to postpartum. We offer free pregnancy testing, counseling, case management, basic baby necessities, adult hygiene products, consumable goods, and agency referrals.
The Cay Galgon Life House recognizes that established programs might not be appropriate for all applicants. Therefore, each applicant will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. The case managers will make every effort to work collaboratively with community agencies to assist pregnant and parenting young women find the program(s) that will best meet their individual needs. Referring agencies can call to determine vacancies. Applicants should follow the procedures below.
Telephone interview: call 610-867-9546
- Complete intake form
- Determine vacancies
- Schedule interview
- Make appropriate referrals
- Completion of application and/or admission forms
- Review program guidelines and expectations, so applicant can make an informed decision regarding voluntary participation in the program. (approximately 1.5 hours)