“Raising Kids on a Shoestring,” is a holistic national guide filled with free and frugal resources, smart and creative solutions, and practical support that pregnant women, expectant fathers, and parents deserve.
We can’t make being pregnant, placing a child for adoption, or parenting easy, but we working to make it easier. “Raising Kids on a Shoestring,” features articles containing links to additional resources and support covering pregnancy, child birth, postpartum care; adoption information for both prospective adoptive parents and birthmothers; help for parents of children with special needs; housing, feeding, and clothing a family economically; pursuing an education; legal assistance; money management; and many other topics.
Supportive family and friends, as well as volunteers and professionals, will also want this directory of practical resources and solutions. In addition to pregnant women, expectant fathers, and struggling families, this magazine will become an effective tool for pregnancy care centers, social workers, military chaplains and on-base family resource centers, parenting support groups, food banks and shelters, and an array of counselors and advisors at colleges and universities and in religious communities.
This is the information pregnant women say they need. This is the tool pregnancy resource centers and on-campus counselors are seeking. This is what student activists say they want to put directly into the hands of women and counselors on campus. This is what families want.
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Because women deserve better,
Serrin M. Foster
Feminists for Life of America
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