What is a Shepherding Home?
A Shepherding Home offers support, godly relationships, and encouragement throughout your pregnancy. Shepherding Homes help meet your physical, spiritual and emotional needs during your pregnancy.
Are you in need of a stable environment?
Are you in need of support?
Are you at least 18 years old?
Are you in need of shelter?
Are you tired of trying to figure out everything on your own?
Shepherding Homes Provide
Stability - A stable environment where you can count on having food to eat, a room to sleep in, and the support of a family that is praying for you.
Support - The director of social services along with Shepherding Home parents will help you look for employment, get your GED if needed, apply to colleges, and provide transportation to WIC, DHS, and doctor appointments.
Skills - By attending Moms in Training (MIT), Parenting classes, and Healthy Life Style classes you will develop the skills you need that will empower you to be the best parent you can be.
Social Services Directors
Email // (269) 345-1740, Ext. 23