Harvest Home is a residential program that serves homeless pregnant women and their babies. All women enter the program while they are pregnant, and stay on average between 3 and 6 months after the birth of their child. Harvest Home offers a nurturing, structured program aimed at helping each woman make changes in her life in order to attain independence and stability. They also provide: financial independence, emotional and mental health services, and health classes.
Harvest Home currently serves pregnant women who are homeless or soon to become homeless. Additional eligibility criteria include: Age 18 years and older; No other children currently in her care; Proactively pursuing sobriety and managing mental health concerns
They do intake on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Must call in by 8:00 am. If you’re interested in becoming a resident at Harvest Home, call 310.452.1223, dial 2.The application process includes the following steps and may take up to 2 weeks: Initial intake call; Phone interview; and In-person interview. Call our office at (310) 452-1223 for intake updates and referrals to other resources.