1. Will medical care be provided?
    Yes. We will assist you in applying for Florida Medicaid to meet your insurance needs. We also have several local OBGYN practices and hospitals in the area so your pregnancy needs can be met.
  2. What if I'm not sure about my plans?
    It is perfectly normal to be unsure about your plans when experiencing an unplanned pregnancy. 4KIDS His Caring Place supports young ladies who are choosing to parent or place for adoption. Our goal is to partner with you through the process and help you to create a successful plan for you and for your baby.
  3. Will I be able to work or go to school while I live there?
    Yes. In fact, working and attending school are requirements for staying at 4KIDS His Caring Place so that you can acquire the education and skills needed to provide for you and your baby's future. The case manager will help each young lady create a service plan that will help them accomplish their academic and career goals.
  4. What will I do while I'm there?
    Our goal is to help you safely complete your pregnancy, accomplish your educational and vocational goals, learn a variety of life skills, receive the love and support that you need, and discover God's plan for your life.
  5. What happens after my baby is born?
    Each young lady develops an aftercare plan throughout her stay in the maternity home, which can include, reuniting with family, or living independently in the community.
  6. Can I have contact with my family?
    Yes. Visitation must be discussed in advance with staff, but families are always welcome to our monthly fellowship and other events.
  7. What is the policy on phone calls?
    Residents keep possession of and are able to use their cell phones at any time.
  8. Can I have visitors?
    Yes. The HCP Team must approve all visitors and visits must take place during scheduled hours and times.