Every baby conceived in our community is born into a loving family and community and the perceived need for abortion no longer exists.
To enable parents to choose life for their unborn children and to raise their children in loving families. We accomplish this mission by offering enrichment, advice, education, material assistance and other non-judgmental support.
To support our community by helping women, men, and families get the enrichment, advice, education, material assistance and other non-judgmental support they need.
The Lennon Pregnancy Center offers non-judgmental counseling, material assistance and education before, during and after pregnancy. The Center feels an obligation to women who, through our influence, chose to continue their pregnancy and provides its supportive services for up to five years following the birth of the baby. The Center desires to break the negative cycle that often is passed down from generation to generation and to assist women in becoming the best mothers they can be. The Lennon Pregnancy Center is a 501(c)3 organization. All donations to the center are tax deductible to the fullest extend of the law. The Center accepts gently used baby clothing, baby furniture and baby items, as well as, new items. All donations directly benefit the Lennon Pregnancy Center’s clients. Please contact the office at (313) 277-5637 if you have any baby clothing, bouncers, walkers, strollers or other baby items.
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for women, men, children & families
The Lennon Center provides free pregnancy tests with same-day results at any time during our office hours. No appointment necessary.
A ‘verification of pregnancy’ form is required to apply for WIC or Medicaid through the state of Michigan. After having a positive test at the Lennon Center, we will supply women with a pregnancy verification. This document can then be taken to your local DHS office to begin the process of applying for WIC or Medicaid.
The women and men who come to The Lennon Center are not alone. Our center is dedicated to meeting the diverse needs of those who face unplanned pregnancies. We offer non-judgmental assistance by peer counselors to all who enroll in our program(s).
A positive test (including a home test) is an indication of pregnancy, but not a confirmation. The test result should be confirmed by an ultrasound exam. An ultrasound can confirm a pregnancy and ensure the pregnancy is healthy. It can be a great indicator of how far along women are by using measurements to estimate the gestational age of the fetus.
The Lennon Center offers a FREE limited OB Ultrasound for pregnant women between 6-21 weeks. However, we DO NOT reveal the gender of the baby. Pictures included!
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Weekly Parenting Classes
It’s about knowledge — We offer parenting classes 6 days a week. Through our program, those who continually attend classes are able to receive material assistance based on what baby items are available.
Parents who enroll in our programs and regular attend class can earn credits to take home gently used and new baby clothing, baby furniture and baby items from our supplies.
If you have any baby clothing, bouncers, walkers, strollers or other baby items you would like to give as a tax-free gift to The Lennon Center, click the “DONATE” button below to see our current needs.
The Lennon Center feels an obligation to women who, through our influence, chose to continue their pregnancy and provides its supportive services for up to 5 years following the birth of the baby. Our desire is to break the negative cycle that often is passed down from generation to generation and to assist women in becoming the best mothers they can be.
The Lennon Center maintains a repository of education materials in print form, as well as refers clients to online resources. We have multiple resources for dads and men in addition to our parenting classes. While classes can be hands-on, parents will also have accompanying educational content to take home.