Prenatal care and resources:

Below is a listing of organizations and agencies in our diocese, particularly those inspired by Catholic principles, that provide affordable—and in many cases, free—services to pregnant women, particularly those who are underinsured and uninsured. Recommendations for additional resources to include in this directory may be made here.

Location: Fort Wayne, South Bend, Auburn




915 South Clinton St.

Fort Wayne, Indiana 46802   

Phone: (260) 422-5625



1817 Miami Street

South Bend, Indiana 46613
Phone: (574) 234-3111


107 West 5th Street

Auburn, Indiana 46706
Phone: (260) 925-0917



For a full list of services Catholic Charities provides, visit their website.


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Helpline: 877-908-2341

Linea En Español: 800-944-3350

Free services:

  • Pregnancy Testing
  • Pregnancy Verification
  • Ultrasounds
  • Parenting classes
  • Material support (diapers, clothing, etc)
  • Prenatal support

Fort Wayne locations

419 E. Wayne Street

Fort Wayne, IN 46802



921 W. Coliseum Boulevard

Fort Wayne, IN 46808



4600 W. Jefferson Boulevard

Fort Wayne, IN 46804



South Bend/Mishawaka locations


360 N. Notre Dame Avenue

South Bend, IN 46617



3530 Lincoln Way West

South Bend, IN 46628



1635 N. Ironwood Drive

South Bend, IN 46635



607 Lincolnway West

Mishawaka, IN 46544



Other Locations in the Diocese


918 W. 7th St.

Auburn, IN 46706



224 N. Michigan Street

Plymouth, IN 46563



229 W. Marion Street

Elkhart, IN 46516

Phone: 574-296-6603


For a full list of services, visit their website.

Fertility and Midwifery Care Center

10228 Dupont Circle Drive East

Fort Wayne, IN 46825

Phone:  260-222-7401


Obstetrical services offered:

  • Routine and high-risk OB care
  • Holy Family Birth Center
  • Vaginal birth after cesarean section (VBAC)
  • Management of recurrent pregnancy loss
  • Progesterone supplementation
  • Comprehensive postpartum support including well-baby care & newborn screening testing
  • Gestational Diabetes
  • Breastfeeding support
  • Nutrition

Other services:

  • Creighton Model FertilityCare/NaProTECHNOLOGY
  • Diagnosis and treatment of infertility, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
  • For a complete list of services, see

Family Medicine Center

750 Broadway #350

Fort Wayne, IN 46802

Phone: 260-423-2675


Part of the Fort Wayne Medical Education Program, this medical practice uses a team approach to address patients’ medical needs. Their integrated healthcare team is made up of the following:

  • Physician
  • Clinical support staff
  • Certified diabetes educator
  • Pharmacist
  • Psychologist
  • Social worker

Neighborhood Health Clinics

Phone: 260-458-2641


Part of Parkview Hospital’s community health improvement program, these clinics provide medical, dental, optometry, WIC, social services, and insurance enrollment— all in one central location.  Services are available to anyone regardless of their ability to pay.  These clinics offer a sliding fee discount to anyone who has not met their insurance deductible, whose insurance does not cover the service provided, and anyone uninsured.  Prenatal and pediatric care is also included among the services offered. 

Main location:

1717 S. Calhoun Street

Fort Wayne, IN 46802

SouthEast location:

3350 East Paulding Rd.

Fort Wayne, IN 46816

St. Joseph Ob/Gyn Specialists and Midwifery

611 E. Douglas Rd., Suite 408

Mishawaka, IN 46545

Phone: 574-335-6440



This practice is committed to providing a holistic approach to women’s health, working cooperatively with a woman’s fertility. Each midwife at Saint Joseph OB/GYN Specialists & Midwifery specializes in natural birth while also providing primary healthcare for women of all ages. Together with the obstetricians/gynecologists and partner physicians at Saint Joseph Health System, they provide a continuum of care for their patients.


Both obstetricians/gynecologists in the practice also provide Creighton Model FertilityCare/NaProTECHNOLOGY. which is a cutting-edge science of women’s reproductive health used to diagnose and treat a range of reproductive issues, including endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and infertility.


St. Joseph Family Medicine Center

611 E. Douglas Rd., Ste. 407
Mishawaka, IN  46545
Phone: 574-335-6500



The Family Medicine Center functions as a private office with regularly scheduled office hours. In all cases, patients are selected as family units in order to provide the experience of caring for an entire family. Their proximity to the hospital increases convenience and access for the medical residents and faculty who serve at the clinic. In addition, it gives their patients access to expanded care, including laboratory, X-ray, pharmacy and a full array of other outpatient services within the Medical Office Building and connected hospital. Their clinical pharmacist organizes a program which provides a variety of prescription medications to patients at a reduced cost. 


Sister Maura Brannick Health Center

326 Chapin Street

South Bend, IN 46601

Phone: 574-335-8222



The Sister Maura Brannick Health Center is a primary care clinic that targets medically underserved patients in St. Joseph County. The clinic’s workforce is made up mostly of volunteers, including students, nurses, primary care physicians, and specialists.


To be eligible for treatment, patients must be residents of St. Joseph County and completely uninsured. They cannot be covered by Medicare, Medicaid, or any private or employer-based insurance, and they must have an income that falls below 150% of the poverty level.  


Our Lady of the Rosary Health Center

234 S. Chapin Street, Suite I

South Bend, IN 46601

Phone: 574-335-8250


Our Lady of the Rosary is an extension of St. Joseph Health System, designed to serve insured community members on the west side of South Bend. It is a primary care practice offering family medicine, prenatal and obstetrical care, as well as laboratory and X-ray services.


Indiana Health Centers

Indiana Health Centers, Inc. (IHC) is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that provides affordable, patient-centered health care to underserved areas of Indiana. IHC provides medical, dental, and behavioral health care to all who seek care, regardless of their ability to pay.  IHC health centers serve people who have Medicaid, Medicare, HIP, most commercial insurance companies, and provides a sliding fee scale for those without insurance.


IHC Community Health Center of Bendix

1010 N. Bendix Drive
South Bend, IN 46628
Phone:  574-245-4980


IHC Michigan Street

765 S. Michigan Street
South Bend, IN 46601
Phone:  574-235-7990


IHC at South Bend

1901 #B Western Avenue
South Bend, IN 46619
Phone:  574-234-9033

St. Martin’s Healthcare 

1359 South Randolph Street

Garrett, IN 46738

Phone:  260-357-0077


St. Martin’s Healthcare, Inc. provides quality medical and dental care for acute and chronic conditions, optometry and medication assistance services to uninsured and underinsured residents in DeKalb and Noble counties. It is a full-service clinic that meets the needs of its residents and is impacting many individuals and families who would otherwise have no access to healthcare. All services provided at the clinic are at no charge to their patients.

Hannah’s House



518 W 4th St.
Mishawaka, IN 46544

Phone: (574) 254-5309


Hannah’s House is the only maternity home in the Michiana region. It is a faith-based agency offering a continuum of shelter, staff support and programming for the physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of pregnant and parenting single/homeless young women. Their 24-hour staff offers structure, safety, mentoring and accountability, as well as access to existing community resources for pregnant women and single moms.


Their transitional, independent housing across the street from the maternity home is available for women who complete their maternity program. For six to 12 months, residents learn to adjust to the demands of being a working, single mother with the familiar support of Hannah’s House staff.


A Mother’s Hope

Mailing address:

P.O Box 15926
Fort Wayne, IN 46885

Phone: (260) 376-0097


A Mother’s Hope is a refuge for homeless, pregnant women that strengthens their opportunities for stability.


Their residential maternity and parenting program is for pregnant homeless women who want a new start. At A Mother’s Hope, residents have the opportunity to participate in a goal-oriented program that offers a supporting and safe living environment during pregnancy and after baby is born.  


A Mother’s Hope assists residents with obtaining health insurance, finding a doctor, attending prenatal appointments, nutrition, safe sleep education, mental health support, addiction services referrals and other medical referrals as needed. Residents also participate in individual and group counseling on site and received weekly education on various topics such as baby care, parenting, finances, healthy relationships, and life skills. Residents are assisted, supported and guided with securing and maintaining adequate employment. All residents are required to be employed, in a job skills program, seeking employment, or in school.

Great Lakes Gabriel Project






Location:  South Bend, Mishawaka IN


Helpline:  833-937-4968


Free Services: Guidance and support in the form of material needs for baby and general needs

Community Resource Directories


In Allen County, the Community Health Resource Directories are a compendium of free and low-cost healthcare services, compiled by the St. Joseph Community Health Foundation.

baby, mother, infant


Find resources and support in Steuben County and the surrounding counties. Compiled by St. Anthony Parish, Angola.


HerMichiana is a network of resources to connect mothers in the Michiana area to compassionate care that meet their specific needs. Many national resources are also included.


915 S. Clinton St. 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 46802