- 1-800-875-5595: Lifeline Children’s Services – Pregnancy and Adoption Hotline
- 1-800-BETHANY: Bethany Christian Services – Pregnancy and Adoption Hotline
- 1-888-510-BABY: National Safe Haven Alliance
- Child Protective Services Numbers: Childhelp.org
- 1-800-4-A-Child: National Child Abuse
- 855-4AP-ARENT (855.427.2736): National Parent Helpline
Life-Affirming National Resources
- Active Parenting
- Embrace Grace Support Groups
- The Marriage Course and The Parenting Course- Find a Course
Additional National Resources
- Adoption Doulas
- Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R) Search
- Childcare Aware State by State Resources
State or Region-Wide Resources
- Child CareAware of Virginia Referral Center Search
- Care Connection for Children Service Areas for Information, Referrals, & Care Coordination for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs
- Licensed Child Placement Facilities in Virginia for Foster Care
- Child Day Care in Virginia that are Current Subsidy Providers
- Early Impact Virginia Home Visiting Programs Search
- Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Development – Developmental Disability Service System
- Virginia Department of Health – Bright Smiles for Babies
- Virginia Department of Health – Child Passenger Safety
- Virginia Department of Health – Dental Health – Children’s Healthcare
- Virginia Department of Health – Infant Health
- Virginia Department of Health – Newborn Screening
- Virginia Department of Health – Safe Sleep Virginia
- Virginia Department of Health – Special Needs Children
- Virginia Department of Health – Universal Newborn Hearing Screening
- Virginia Department of Social Services Child Day Care Search
Also See Notes
- Children’s Healthcare – Also see General Health Services under Your Health and Well-Being as some clinics and health departments do immunizations for children.
- For information on caring for children during the pregnancy and post-partum period, please see Women’s Health Support Services under Your Health and Well-Being.
What’s the difference between our Primary Network & Extended Network?
Primary Network: Collaborates to serve women and families but are not formally or legally affiliated and do not perform or refer for abortion.
Extended network: Assistance programs are listed based on publicly available information and may not meet requirements to be in the PLAN primary network.
Corrections, additions, or questions about the directories can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Programs marked Affordable help women or families in need through Medicaid, discounts, or sliding-fee scales, but may charge market rates for women who are not in financial need.
Programs marked with this leaf 🌿 adhere to strictly natural or restorative approaches to fertility management.
This is applicable to the following sub-categories of care:
- Pregnancy Help and Case Management
- Women’s Health Medical Services
- Women’s Health Support Services
- General Health Services, Children’s Healthcare
- Family and Parenting Education