Pensacola Resources for Unplanned Pregnancy
If you’re experiencing an unplanned pregnancy in Pensacola, you’re not alone. We can help. There are many resources available to you. We’ve listed some below.
If you are considering options beyond parenting, or you’re searching for adoption agencies in Pensacola, you can reach out to us 24/7 at (850)308-1836. We work with women like you every day at no cost. There is no obligation, we will simply help you explore your options.
Community Resources – Pensacola:
Escambia County Healthy Start – (850) 696-2291
Escambia County Healthy Start provides services and support to pregnant women, ensuring that they have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. Healthy Start services are at no charge to you, and include:
- Pregnancy health education
- Nutrition education
- Childbirth preparation
- New baby care
- Parenting education and support
- Help to quit smoking
- Stress management and emotional support
- General support and community referrals
Escambia County Health Department – (850) 595-6500
Community Action Program Committee, Inc. – (850) 438-4021
The Community Action Program Committee helps low-income families achieve self-sufficiency by providing assistance with employment, education, small business development, home acquisition, and expunging/sealing criminal records. They also provide after school programs, ACT/SAT tutoring, Adult and Early Childhood Education, Summer Youth Enrichment, Adult Nutrition Classes, Child Care Assistance, Home Energy Assistance, and Emergency Assistance.
Waterfront Rescue Mission – (850) 478-4027
380 West Herman Street
Pensacola, FL 32505
The Waterfront Rescue Mission Offers Emergency Shelter and Recovery Programs, including showers, meals, laundry, counseling, computer use for job search and medical care. The mission will also receive mail for those without a home and help them obtain IDs.
FavorHouse of NW Florida – (850) 434-1177 – 24-hour hotline
If you’re a survivor of domestic violence and sexual assault, Favorhouse of NW Florida can provide you with the resources or assistance you need.
Local Foodbanks –
Mana Foodbank, Pensacola Pantry
3030 N.E. Street, Pensacola
Main Pantry services by appointment only.
Milton Pantry, Community Church of Christ
6656 Raymond Hobbs Rd.
Monday 10a – noon; Friday noon – 3pm
Jay Pantry, First Baptist Chruch
214 South Alabama St.
Every first and second Tuesday 9:30a – 11:30p
Elijah Food Pantry
1030 N. 57th Avenue
Tuesdays at 2pm
Gonzalez Baptist Church
1590 Pauline Street, Cantonment
Distributes food to low-income, jobless and others in need of assistance.
Salvation Army, Foodbank/pantry
1501 N. Q Street, Pensacola
Services include clothing, thrift store, holiday assistance and gifts, food, and social services.
State of Florida / Federal Resources and Links
Women, Infant and Children (WIC) Program Hotline – (800) 342-3556
Access Florida – SNAP/Food Stamps/Medicaid
Planned Parenthood of Florida – Provides resources and access to women’s health-related needs, such as birth control.
Parenting Resources – Online
Mother to Baby – Evidence-based information about medications and other exposures during pregnancy.
Adoption Agencies in Pensacola
No cost, no-obligation, pregnancy counseling available. Offices in Pensacola, Tallahassee and Franklin County. Call or text us anytime at (850) 308-1836
While we can’t tell you what to do or give you a magic answer, we can give you the information you need to consider your pregnancy options. Madonna and her team stand ready to assist you in any way possible.