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Due to the recent changes in legislation and licensing, effective September 1, 2019, we are no longer housing young girls who are pregnant. As much as we have loved helping each and every individual girl get through the trying time in her life that she was facing in her unplanned pregnancy, our long term goal has always been to find a way to prevent them from ever finding themselves in that situation. We are, therefore, transitioning our focus to prevention and awareness/education of childhood sexual abuse where we feel we can have a much greater impact.

Our aim is to shine a spotlight on the realities of childhood sexual abuse and bring it to the forefront where God can shine His light on it to begin the healing process. Childhood sexual abuse has taken root in every aspect of our community and is no respecter of persons. Girls and boys of all ages, races, religions, etc. are being sexually abused every 9 minutes, most likely by someone they know and trust. Someone must be their voice because most of them never come forward or tell anyone.

Did you know that the risk of teen pregnancy is much higher for girls with a history of childhood sexual abuse. Girls who are sexually abused are 2.2 times more likely as their non-abused peers to become a teen mom. About 90% of children who are victims of sexual abuse know their abuser. Only 10% of sexually abused children are abused by a stranger. There are more staggering statistics and the problem is just getting worse.

Please pray for us and continue to support us in our efforts to stop the epidemic of childhood sexual abuse.

One-on-one counseling to help you deal with emotions and determine God's will in your life.

Job and life skills training with professionals who want you to become all God has created you to be.

Bringing physical and moral structure into the lives of the girls, Life Skills class introduces them to issues surrounding nutrition, pregnancy, childbirth, single parenting, adoption, and budgeting.

Mentorship with Godly ladies invested in you and training to prepare you to be a Godly mother for your baby. Sometimes we just need to know that there is someone we can count on. Our mentors will walk this journey with you, answer questions you may have, and help to prepare you for making a potentially difficult choice at this turning point in your life. They will pray with you and stick with you as you determine God’s will for you and your baby. They will also be there afterwards to encourage you as you enter a new phase of your life.

Due to the recent changes in legislation and licensing, effective September 1, 2019, we are no longer housing young girls who are pregnant. As much as we have loved helping each and every individual girl get through the trying time in her life that she was facing in her unplanned pregnancy, our long term goal has always been to find a way to prevent them from ever finding themselves in that situation. We are, therefore, transitioning our focus to prevention and awareness/education of childhood sexual abuse where we feel we can have a much greater impact.

Our aim is to shine a spotlight on the realities of childhood sexual abuse and bring it to the forefront where God can shine His light on it to begin the healing process. Childhood sexual abuse has taken root in every aspect of our community and is no respecter of persons. Girls and boys of all ages, races, religions, etc. are being sexually abused every 9 minutes, most likely by someone they know and trust. Someone must be their voice because most of them never come forward or tell anyone.

Did you know that the risk of teen pregnancy is much higher for girls with a history of childhood sexual abuse. Girls who are sexually abused are 2.2 times more likely as their non-abused peers to become a teen mom. About 90% of children who are victims of sexual abuse know their abuser. Only 10% of sexually abused children are abused by a stranger. There are more staggering statistics and the problem is just getting worse.

Please pray for us and continue to support us in our efforts to stop the epidemic of childhood sexual abuse.

It is the policy of The Magdalene Home to provide residents with a balanced presentation of all parenting options:

  1. Single parenting
  2. Parenting as a married woman
  3. Guardianship with extended family
  4. Placing a child for adoption into a loving family 

The intent of The Magdalene Home is not to promote one parenting option over another but to present all options

It is important that staff, board members and volunteers refrain from giving any advice about parenting options to residents. It is solely the responsibility and privilege of the House Parents and counselors to counsel with residents and present and discuss the benefits and difficulties involved with each parenting option. Residents will receive counseling from a professional counselor on a weekly basis in order to consider all the parenting options and develop a parenting plan. Residents are free from duress to make their own decisions about placing for adoption or parenting their babies.

Residents who choose the option of placing their child for adoption will be referred to and work exclusively with Chosen One Adoption.

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Admittance to The Magdalene Home is not based upon the resident’s ability to pay, but rather upon the facility’s ability to meet the individual need of the applicant.

There are no fees for the girls living at The Magdalene Home. All our funding comes from the Christian community, churches, private donors, and grants. Click above to learn more.
#1 Prayer. Please pray for ministry. Our leaders, our staff, our volunteers and especially our residents.
#2 Financial Support. One time giving, monthly support, or gifts in the form of gift cards, or wish list items are greatly appreciated.
#3 Volunteer. Many volunteers are needed to help with events, to provide respite care for our house parents, to teach life skill classes, to do maintenance around the house etc.
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Due to the recent changes in legislation and licensing, effective September 1, 2019, we are no longer housing young girls who are pregnant. As much as we have loved helping each and every individual girl get through the trying time in her life that she was facing in her unplanned pregnancy, our long term goal has always been to find a way to prevent them from ever finding themselves in that situation. We are, therefore, transitioning our focus to prevention and awareness/education of childhood sexual abuse where we feel we can have a much greater impact.
The intent of The Magdalene Home is not to promote one parenting option over another but to present all options. We offer Adoption counseling to provide residents with a balanced presentation of all parenting options. Click above to learn more.

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The Magdalene Home is an environment where young pregnant girls find loving support both emotionally and spiritually through their pregnancies.

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7363 Rockpoint Lane
7363 Rockpoint Lane
Tyler, TX 75703
Tyler, TX 75703