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Project Hope

Project Hope is a pro life ministry of CCSEM, protecting the inviolable dignity of the human person by providing free services, supplies, and support to mothers as they give life to their unborn children and beyond.

Locations – Project Hope operates from our offices in Detroit, Pontiac, and Romeo.  Hours will vary by location.  It’s best to contact the location nearest to you for further information.  

Detroit

(Cabrini Clinic)

Pontiac

(La Casa Amiga Legal Clinic and Community Programs)

Romeo

(St. Clement of Rome Agape Center)

1234 Porter St. 76 Williams St. 347 S Main St.
Detroit, MI 48226 Pontiac, MI 48341 Romeo, MI 48065
313-961-6683 ext. 5 248-338-4250 ext. 4016 248-338-4250 ext. 4016
Open Tuesday – Thursday

8: 30 am – 5:00 pm or by appointment

Open Monday – Friday

8: 30 am – 5:00 pm or by appointment

Through a partnership with The Agape Center, Project Hope operates from this center once a month.
Contact:  Mary Beecy at beecym@ccsem.org Contact: Jazmin Beltran at beltranm@ccsem.org Contact: Andrea Spankie at spankiea@ccsem.org

Through this initiative, hundreds of families received comfort, material support, and several other services in CCSEM’s 2021 fiscal year. Services include pregnancy testing, counseling, and parenting education to prenatal care referrals, as well as financial guidance and access to other community resources. Project Hope also operates baby closets where mothers find free diapers, wipes, formula, baby food, infant clothing, blankets, and other necessities.

Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I dedicated you, a prophet to the nations I appointed you.

Jeremiah 1:5

 

Goals

  • Provide support and resources from conception through birth and beyond
  • Increase the well-being of pregnant women and parents of young children

Eligibility

  • Women in need of pregnancy testing
  • Women who are pregnant
  • Children newborns to 12-month-olds

Services

  • Confidential pregnancy testing
  • A supportive case manager
  • Small baby items including diapers, wipes and clothing.
  • Referrals to community resources
  • Effective parenting skills education and support
  • Breastfeeding information
  • Post-partum depression education
  • Adoption information and support