Another article that highlights what others are doing in the Boulder, Colorado, area concerns Mother House, founded in the 1980’s by local women who volunteered to take homeless pregnant women into their homes. Mother House provides a residence and resources for pregnant women at risk in Boulder County. Residents take responsibility for household chores. A “house mother” is on site for the evening and night time hours. Living together gives residents a chance to build relationships and learn to live in community. “Kindness and respect” is the number one rule. Prospective residents are interviewed, sign a contract, and must work or attend school while they live at Mother House.
Read the full article here: Mother House, Boulder’s Home For Pregnant Women In Need, Celebrates 30 Years