Homeless and Pregnant? We are Here to Give You Rest.

We are a Cobb County, Georgia maternity home that service the needs of homeless pregnant women in crisis.

Sheltering Grace Ministry Maternity Home for Homeless Pregnant Women

Sheltering Grace Ministry is a Maternity Home where women in crisis turn in order to get the services and education they need to get back on their feet and raise a happy, healthy infant.

Each woman in our program is given access to:

  • A safe place to stay, food and care
  • Transportation to medical facilities
  • Education and job training

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Our goal is to interrupt the social and economic patterns that lead to homelessness and the resulting effects on a woman’s family and community.

Since our inception in 2006, Sheltering Grace has been busy building a strong program allowing our participants to grow as women, mothers, and become responsible and productive heads of households

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It takes people like you who care an awful lot to make a difference in the lives of the women we serve and the children they will bring into the world.
Learn about ways you can help

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You aren’t alone. You aren’t without choices. We are here to help. Each year women come through our program and emerge with new hope, focus and an opportunity for a fresh start.

Honor Your Mother!

Two of God’s greatest gifts to mankind are life and motherhood.  What better way to celebrate life and motherhood than to provide for a homeless pregnant woman

Why not honor mom or that special woman in your life with a donation of just $10 per month to sustain our programs and provide for homeless pregnant women while celebrating Life and Motherhood!

When you join #Be1of5000, you will have an opportunity to honor your mother with a card, an e-card or a post on our Facebook page.


SGM News, Events and Articles

The Daily Struggles of Homeless Women

Homelessness is a growing problem in the United States.  It is estimated that 1.8% of the American population is currently homeless, and that 29% of all homeless persons are women. In fact, the quickest growing segment of the homeless population is that of women and families (85% of homeless families are led by single mothers). These women experience their own unique difficulties. Women and Homelessness: The Challenges Many homeless women were previously victims of domestic abuse, and they carry that trauma with them.  The years of mistreatment take their toll on the health of these women. Add to that the

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Compassion. Hospitality. Integrity. Empowerment.

Since 2006, our primary focus has been to help homeless pregnant women as they go through their pregnancy, birth and recovery; inviting new, healthy babies into the world.
Our program strives to help these women make fundamental changes to get their lives back on track

We would love for you to come alongside us!
It takes people like you who care an awful lot to make a difference in the lives of the women we serve and the children they will bring into the world.


Keep up to date with what is going on in our community.  Help us help those who are less fortunate get a chance to make a better life for themselves and their children.

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