St. Martha’s Baby Project

Welcoming every child into the world with life’s necessities.

What We Do

The smallest members of our community are often the neediest. Local hospitals identify new mothers in need and refer them to CCS. We then come alongside them in their new journey of motherhood to provide newborn supplies, case management services, and support.

How We Do It

St. Martha’s Baby Project assists and empowers new mothers by providing essential supplies and services as they enter into motherhood. The center provides new mothers in need with newborn layettes, case management services, as well as support group services.

Who We Help

Having a baby can be costly. Studies show that on average, an infant costs over $20,000 in its first year of life. St. Martha’s Baby Project relieves that burden on new mothers in need by providing the essentials they need to care for their newborns. The center provides new mothers in need with newborn layettes, case management services, and group support services.

St. Martha’s Baby Project

Program Details

Location & Hours
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3721 S 250 W Ogden, UT 84405

St. Martha’s Baby Project is temporarily closed to in-person appointments due to COVID-19.

Eligibility

Layettes are distributed to low-income mothers with newborns through our partner hospitals and through WIC in Brigham City and Tremonton.

Contact

Deborah Nielsen, Programs Coordinator

(801) 428-1325