Martha's House of Hope - Ames, IA

Contact information

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Ames, IA 50010
: Phone: (515) 337-0618

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Martha's House of Hope provides long term shelter for pregnant women in the Ames area.

Contact us to learn more about services provided and to find our resident application.

In addition to providing shelter, residents will receive education, guidance, transitional services plus much more.

Volunteers Requests by Martha's House of Hope: Fill out the volunteer form located on the website under get involved.

Donation Requests by Martha's House of Hope: Check our wish list found on the website for specific donations!

User Questions & Answers

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