Aurora’s commitment to improving the health and well-being of our community includes providing a safe place for new moms and babies to call home.
Aurora Health Care has been serving the needs of survivors since 1986 and we are always striving to do more. Our Safe Home Environment program helps pregnant women and new moms whose lives have been affected by domestic violence. We go beyond providing shelter: We guide survivors along a path of healing and personal growth that allows a smooth transition to the next chapter in life.
Aurora’s healing and advocacy services serve hundreds of survivors each year. This volume of service translates to a level of expertise that helps anyone who comes to us feel understood and cared for.
As part of a large integrated health system, our services allow survivors to get more of the care they need in one program. We offer medical care, round-the-clock access to experts and support. Find out more about our healing services.
Safe Home Environment is an extension of an Aurora program dedicated to helping pregnant women and new moms move forward after domestic violence. Safe Mom Safe Baby combines advocacy and support services to help new moms give their babies a good start in life. Read more about Safe Mom Safe Baby.
It takes a lot of courage to come forward as a survivor of domestic violence. This is why we make it easy for you to access our services. Get help now.
If you are pregnant or a new mom and domestic violence has affected your life, here’s how to reach us:
Everyone deserves peace of mind and a safe place to call home. Our program provides housing and so much more to pregnant women and new moms. We provide one-on-one assistance and support that helps young families pave the way toward a bright future.
Generous donations from the Junior League of Milwaukee make our services possible. Support available through our Safe Home Environment program may include:
We hold everything you share with us in the strictest of confidence. This policy means that we will not share anything you say with others unless you ask us to do so, or we are required by law. If required, we share only the minimum necessary information and only with people who need it, like the police.
Make a difference in the lives of the survivors we care for. Contact us for Volunteer Opportunities.
Get help at a healing center or forensic nursing location – you do not need an appointment.
Most of our services are available at no cost, thanks to generous donors.