Visitation House, Inc. - Worcester, MA

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119 Endicott Street
Worcester, MA 01610
: 5087980762
: https://visitationhouse.org/
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Description:

Visitation House is a caring home providing women with unplanned pregnancies a path to cherish and sustain the life of their babies. With a warm, nurturing home environment, enrichment programs, and support services, we help new mothers, from all walks of life, bring their babies into a welcoming world by developing skills, confidence, and hope for their growing family’s future.

Providing free of Charge to Mom A Safe Haven - Growing and developing for a future of hope and independence Living in Community with Private Individual Rooms; accommodating for both personal and communal spaces Healthy Food Including a Communal Dinner; Including produce from local farms providing for mom and baby help in strong development- Essentials for Mom and Baby: Clothing, personal care hygiene products, etc. 24/7 Support Staff with Daily Mentorship Providing structure and leadership, our staff and mentors assist mom throughout her daily responsibilities and challenges The Higher-Me Learning Center Life-Skill Classes in Topics of Healthy Moms, Healthy Babies, and Bridging-Back-to-the-Community, including... • Child Development • Parenting • Nutrition & Fitness • Health & Safety • Self-esteem/Self-image • Personal Finance • “Fresh Start” Savings Program • Career Development • Computer Skills-Microsoft Office • Planning and Time Management • Resume Writing and Interview Skills • Drug Awareness and Prevention New Technology Training for the most up-to-date skills-sets with new technology for higher-wage job placement Paid Professional Life-Skill Instructors Life-Skill Classes taught in house by experts in their fields teaching in a bright and structured atmosphere Baby Care Program Volunteers assisting mom for better focus during class times Weekly Mentorship Meetings Connecting goal setting and class courses for assisted focus on future planning with greater success



Volunteers Requests by Visitation House, Inc. : Volunteers opportunities available on a needs basis. Visit our website and fill out a volunteer form.


Donation Requests by Visitation House, Inc. : Financial Support always needed. In -Kind Donations accepted and needs change regularly. To review our wish-list visit our website.


Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2020-02-01

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