Mother and Unborn Baby Care is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving women in crisis pregnancies and their families since 1984. MAUBC operates a Problem Pregnancy Center conveniently located in Southfield, Mich., serving women of all races and religious backgrounds. Most of our clients reside in Oakland County or Wayne County.
Our goal is to reach women who, because of the difficult obstacles they face, are deciding whether to continue their pregnancies. Each year, hundreds of women come to us in search of alternatives to abortion or when they see no option but abortion. We provide free pregnancy tests and free ultrasounds; peer counseling that is Christ-centered, informative and honest, without pressure or judgment, and always sensitive to the woman’s emotional and material needs; significant material support; and comprehensive referrals for other needs such as medical care, housing or professional adoption services.
We offer meaningful, life-affirming options to each woman who walks through our doors. Through the true compassion and care our clients find here, each month, many women decide to continue their pregnancy and welcome this new life. And, if desired, we accompany the woman for up to two years following her baby’s birth with additional support.
Our Problem Pregnancy Center offers our clients:
• Free pregnancy tests
• Free ultrasounds
• Confidential peer counseling
• Medicaid/Insurance referrals
• Abortion information
• Morning-after Pill information
• Immediate appointments
• Material support such as cribs and mattresses, car seats, clothing, diapers, formula, books and more
• Referrals to other services and programs as needed
We are committed to serving women who are in a crisis pregnancy situation and offering encouragement and hope.
MAUBC receives no government funding. We depend on donations to fund our lifesaving services. Learn how you can get involved in our mission.
Mission Statement: Mother and Unborn Baby Care is dedicated to preventing abortions by helping mothers to continue their pregnancies through Christ-centered peer counseling, ultrasound and significant material support.