What programs should you go through if your pregnant no insurance, no job, and are homeless?

In about 4 months I will be on the street no money no insurance no job no job no nothing. I will be having my baby in about 4 and a half months. I am only currently 17 and will be 18 in 4 months. What should I do? What programs should i got through? Because I REFUSE to give my child up.

Asked By: Mimi - 12/17/2009
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Go to the welfare dept. like your first answer said. I totaly agree with that... More
Answered By: *~Soulmates Due Jan 6th w/ #1~* - 12/17/2009
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Go to the welfare department they will point you in the right direction. You can get on medical!!! Good luck.
Answered By: Lexi's Mommy - 12/17/2009
you need to go to your local medicaid office and get on medicaid...are you even seeing a doctor?? if not you need prenatal care asap!!!!! you also need to ask them about shelters that you could stay at till you get a job and enough money for your own apartment!
Answered By: Kenleigh should be here 3/23 :) - 12/17/2009
Foster care. Why on earth is a minor child living on the streets? Go live in foster care until your 18th birthday so you can live for free. Or find a maternity home. Either way, you need to walk into a crisis pregnancy center tomorrow and have them get you somewhere safe.
Answered By: Alyssa's mommy - 12/17/2009
your local social services should be able to help you...also you may be able to apply for some low income housing, churches may be able to help....look into all your resources at this point and dont be afraid to ask for help! i wish you the best!
Answered By: blueyzgrey - 12/17/2009
there are plenty of homeless shelters you can go to. call your local social services department and tell them your situation. they should be able to give you a list of homeless shelters. you could also apply for welfare, and apple for baby love. it is kind of like medicaid, but it only lasts for the duration of your... More
Answered By: Amber - 12/17/2009
ok so i understand completely about not wanting to give up yer child but even if u get assistance with the birth, u have no home for it, theres not a relative that can house u and yer baby until u get on yer feet, or the dad, or even that dads family? i suggest u GET a job, contact medicaid - baby yer baby can help... More
Answered By: Manda - 12/17/2009
The government will give you medicate which will cover your prenatal check ups. You can go on welfare and they will help you there. They even will give you clothes and place to live, and programs will get you food too. Gd luck.
Answered By: nana - 12/17/2009
Are you really homeless or you just lying? because 11 months ago, you've been asking the same thing. How could you live on the street for almost a year and not trying to find a place to live... More
Answered By: Baby #2 on the way! - 12/17/2009
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