We are here to help any Hardin County resident needing assistance with a pregnancy.
Heartbeat is a non-profit organization. We are a pregnancy resource
center helping men and women who are facing a pregnancy or other family crisis. We are here to help men and women preserve life by either raising their baby or placing their baby for adoption.
Our assistance is provided free of charge and there are no income requirements.
Free and Confidential Pregnancy Test
We offer free and confidential pregnancy tests. No appointment is needed during office hours. Appointments can be made for off-hours. We can provide a proof of pregnancy form for Job and Family Services and WIC.
We provide limited emergency assistance to walk-in clients. We can help with formula, diapers and clothes.
Infant Car Seat and Crib Programs
Classes are on Wed. from 4:00-6:00 pm and Thurs. from 4:00 -5:30 pm. Clients must attend both days to get a car seat. The program is available as long as we have car seats.
The Crib Program works similar to the car seat program. Contact the office for details.
These programs are based on availability.
Both programs are funded from a grant from the Hardin County Community Foundation.
Bridges is a long-term support program for parents. Parents attend monthly meetings for which they earn points. The points are then used to purchase items they need for their baby.
Points are earned by attending meetings, doing homework, reading books, attending church, grades at school, having a savings account, having a job and more.
There is a Bridges class for both men and women. Both classes meet the last Tuesday of the month at 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm. Classes last an hour. You can not bring children to the meeting.
Relationships Under Construction and Dating Violence Education
Youth in grades 7th to 12th can join the classes at anytime. The complete program lasts for eight weeks and will repeat during the school year.
Topics that will be covered are the importance of protecting your fertility, relationships, drug & alcohol awareness, self-esteem, and future goals.
Classes will include discussions, videos, worksheets, crafts, and much more.
Weekly incentives will also be offered. After attending four meetings, girls will receive a charm bracelet. At each meeting they attend, they will earn gems for their bracelet.
Call for class times and more information.
Adoption information, referrals, parent programs, peer to peer counseling, 24-hour hotline, maternity clothes, and a resource library.
Get In Touch
220 E Franklin St. Kenton, Ohio 43326
Let us know how we can help. All information you provide is strictly confidential and will never be given or sold to anyone.