These agencies offer support and information for pregnant and parenting women and their partners, without referring for or performing abortions. List updated October 2020. Office hours may be affected by regulations associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Another source for information: the Diocese of Manchester’s web page listing agencies that provide support for pregnant and parenting moms in New Hampshire. That list, at least updated through 2021, is also available in downloadable PDF format.
- 448 Donald Street, Bedford (Greater Manchester) 603-668-3443
- 37 Crystal Avenue #10, Derry 603-434-3000
- 278 Washington Street, Dover (Seacoast) 603-436-5558
- TOLL-FREE for all Birthright locations: 1-800-550-4900
“Birthright has been providing love, support and hope to women facing unplanned pregnancies for over 45 years. We operate nearly 300 locations, and have a 24/7 toll-free Helpline so help is only a phone call away.” —birthright.org
Pennacook Pregnancy Center
657-B Chestnut Street. Manchester, around the corner from Planned Parenthood of Northern New England’s Manchester office. Free pregnancy tests available. pennacookpregnancy.org
Other pregnancy resource centers
- Care Net Pregnancy Center of Greater Concord, 13 West Street, Concord, 603-224-7477
- Options Pregnancy and Sexual Health Resources, 65 Main Street, Dover, 603-749-4441
- Pregnancy Resource Center of the Monadnock Region, 100 Washington St. #2, Keene, 603-358-6460
- Aspire Women’s Center, 506 Union Avenue, Laconia, 603-528-3121
- Pathways Pregnancy Care Center, 70 Redington Street #100, Littleton, 603-444-3991
- Real Options of Manchester, 25 Lowell Street #100, 603-623-1122
- Real Options of Nashua, 110 Main Street, 603-883-1122
- Haven Pregnancy Services, 12 Yeaton Road, Suite C-1, Plymouth, 603-536-2111
- Pregnancy Center of the Upper Valley, One Main Street #2, West Lebanon, 603-298-6123
Our Place: a program of New Hampshire Catholic Charities
- 16 Oak Street, Manchester, 603-647-2244
- 72 Vine Street, Nashua, 1-866-970-5947
“Our Place parenting education focuses on the health and well-being of each parent and child. Caring professionals work with parents so they can provide their children with a loving, caring and safe home. This unique program follows new parents from pregnancy through the first three years of their child’s life.” www.nh-cc.org
New Generation, Greenland NH
New Generation provides shelter and guidance for pregnant and parenting homeless women and their infants regardless of race, religion, marital status, disability, or economic status.
St. Gianna’s Place, Hudson NH
St. Gianna’s Place offers safe transitional housing in Hudson for homeless pregnant women and their babies.
Project Rachel, a post-abortion ministry
Project Rachel provides confidential counseling and retreats. Toll-free: 877-HOPE-4-ME; web site http://www.hopeafterabortion.org