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Safe Haven for Newborns
Pennsylvania Safe Haven Helpline
Safe Haven gives parents a safe, legal, and confidential alternative to abandoning their baby: a parent of a newborn may leave a child not older than 28 days who has not been harmed to any: •Pennsylvania hospital •Give to a police officer at a police station, or •An emergency services provider at an EMS station without being criminally liable.
P.O. Box 90035
Harrisburg, PA 17109
Eligibility: Anyone
Hours: 24/7
Barnes Kasson County Hospital
Safe Haven for Newborns-Barnes Kasson County Hospital
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
2872 Turnpike St.
Susquehanna, PA 18847
Hours: 24/7/365
Bucktail Medical Center
Safe Haven for Newborns-Bucktail Medical Center
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department at Muncy Valley Hospital and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Lycoming County Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Lycoming County Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
1001 Pine Street
Renovo, PA 17764
Hours: 24/7
Commonwealth Health
Safe Haven for Newborns - Berwick Hospital Center Emergency Room - Commonwealth Health
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems.
701 East 16th Street
Berwick, PA 18603
Hours: 24/7/365
Commonwealth Health
Safe Haven for Newborns - Moses Taylor Hospital - Commonwealth Health Systems
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems.
700 Quincy Avenue
Scranton, PA 18510
Hours: 24/7/365
Commonwealth Health
Safe Haven for Newborns - Regional Hospital of Scranton - Commonwealth Health
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems.
746 Jefferson Avenue
Scranton, PA 18510
Hours: 24/7/365
Commonwealth Health
Safe Haven for Newborns - Tyler Memorial Hospital - Commonwealth Heath
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems.
5950 State Route 6
Tunkhannock, PA 18657
Hours: 24/7/365
Commonwealth Health
Safe Haven for Newborns - Wilkes-Barre General Hospital - Commonwealth Health Systems
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems.
575 North River Street
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18764
Hours: 24/7/365
Endless Mountains Health Systems
Safe Haven for Infants Endless Mountain Health Systems
Safe Haven A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
Endless Mountain Health Systems Emergenc
100 Hospital Drive
Montrose, PA 18801
Hours: 24/7/365
Evangelical Community Hospital
Safe Haven for Newborns-Evangelical Community Hospital
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
1 Hospital Drive
Lewisburg, PA 17857
Hours: 24/7/365
Evangelical Community Hospital
Evangelical Community Hospital - Emergency Department -Safe Havens for Abandoned Newborns
1 Hospital Drive
Lewisburg, PA 17857
Hours: Open 24 hours, seven days a week
Geisinger Health System
Safe Haven for Newborns - Geisinger Hospital - Bloomsburg
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department at Muncy Valley Hospital and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Lycoming County Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Lycoming County Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
549 Fair Street
Bloomsburg,, Pa 17815
Hours: 24/7/365
Geisinger Health System
Safe Haven for Newborns - Geisinger Community Medical Center - Scranton
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department at Geisinger and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
1800 Mulberry St
Scranton, PA 18510
Hours: 24/7/365
Geisinger Health System
Safe Haven for Newborns - Geisinger Medical Center - Danville
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
100 North Academy Avenue
Danville, PA 17822
Hours: 24/7/365
Geisinger Health System
Safe Haven for Newborns - Geisinger Shamokin Area Community Hospital
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
4200 Hospital Rd
Coal Township, PA 17866
Hours: 24/7/365
Geisinger Health System
Safe Haven for Newborns - Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center - Wilkes-Barre
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
1000 East Mountain Blvd
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711
Hours: 24/7/365
Guthrie Health System
Safe Haven for Newborns-Robert Packer Hospital-Guthrie Health System
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
1 Guthrie Square
Sayre, PA 18840
Hours: 24/7/365
Guthrie Health System
Safe Haven for Newborns-Troy Community Hospital-Guthrie Health System
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
275 Guthrie Drive
Troy, PA 16947
Hours: 24/7/365
Guthrie Health System
Safe Haven for Newborns-Towanda Memorial Hospital-Guhrie
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems.Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
91 Hospital Dr
Towanda, PA 18848
Hours: 24/7/365
Jersey Shore Hospital
Save Haven for Newborns-Jersey Shore Hospital
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department at Jersey Shore Hospital and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Lycoming County Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Lycoming County Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
1020 Thompson Street
Jersey Shore, PA 17740
Eligibility: Infant must be under 28 days old.
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Lehigh Valley Hospital - Safe Haven - 17th and Chew
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
17th and Chew Streets
Allentown, PA 18104
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Lehigh Valley Hospital - Safe Haven - Cedar Crest Boulevard
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
1200 South Cedar Crest Boulevard
Allentown, PA 18103
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Safe Haven - Hazleton - Lehigh Valley Health Network
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
700 East Broad Street
Hazleton, PA 18201
Hours: 24/7/365
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Lehigh Valley Hospital - Safe Haven - Muhlenberg
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
2545 Schoenersville Road
South entrance
Bethlehem, PA 18017
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Lehigh Valley Hospital - Safe Haven - East Norwegian Street
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
700 East Norwegian Street
Pottsville, PA 17901
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Lehigh Valley Hospital - Safe Haven - South Jackson Street
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
420 South Jackson Street
Pottsville, PA 17901
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
National Safe Haven Alliance
National Safe Haven Alliance
Dedicated to support states' efforts to prevent infanticide and unsafe newborn abandonment through safe-haven relinquishments. Pennsylvania Safe Haven Law: Cons. Statute Title 23, 6502; 6503 You can leave your baby, up to 28 days old, with an administrative, managerial or security personnel at any hospital in Pennsylvania.
120 North Lee Street
Falls Church, VA 22046
Eligibility: Parents in crisis desiring a way to give up an unwanted infant safely, legally and anonymously
Hours: 24/7
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
Safe Haven - Lancaster County
Safe Haven of Pennsylvania states a parent of a newborn may leave a child in the care of a hospital or a police officer at a police station without being criminally liable as long as the child is no older than 28 days and is not harmed. Safe Haven gives parents a safe, legal and confidential alternative to abandoning their baby. Lancaster County Safe Haven drop off stations include: - Lancaster General Hospital, 555 N Duke St, Lancaster PA - Women and Babies Hospital, 690 Good Dr, Lancaster PA - UPMC Pinnacle Lancaster, 250 College Ave, Lancaster PA - WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital, 169 Martin Ave, Ephrata PA - UPMC Pinnacle Litiz, 1500 Highlands Dr, Lititz PA The law stipulates: - Newborns may be no older than 28 days - A parent may leave their child at the hospital - Hospital employees will not ask parents for ID, but parents may provide information willingly. Parents are given an opportunity to provide information if they desire by talking with hospital staff or filling out and anonymously returning the medical information form found at the bassinette sites - Criminal charges will not be filed if the newborn shows no sign of abuse or neglect - Baby's mother or father has a specified amount of time to reclaim a baby through the county's child protective services - If a parent does leave their name with the hospital, county agencies are required to try to locate the baby's next of kin. CYA has been charged to do this, so a family member may have the opportunity to reclaim and parent the baby - Some hospitals provide bassinettes near their emergency department's entrance, but an employee should be notified when a parent leaves a baby. This can be accomplished by ringing an emergency button at the ER door or by the Safe Haven bassinette - After a parent leaves a baby at a hospital Safe Haven, the newborn will be examined by hospital staff and then a county agency is notified to place child in foster care - Babies eventually are placed in adoptive homes
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Lancaster, PA 17602
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24 hour availability at Safe Haven Stations; Contact Staff: Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm
Sacred Heart Health Care System
Sacred Heart Hospital - Safe Haven
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
421 Chew Street
Allentown, PA 18102
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
Somerset Community Hospital
Somerest Community Hospital Safe Haven for Abandoned Newborns
Accept, without questions, newborn babies delivered by mothers who are unwilling or unable to care for an infant and are thereby at risk for abandonment. Police reports are generally not filed and no attempt is made to contact the mother's family, even in situations where her identity is known. Infant safe haven statutes vary by jurisdiction with regard to who may leave a baby at a safe haven, the age of the baby at the time of relinquishment, the facilities that can be designated as safe havens, the responsibilities of safe haven providers, anonymity protection for parents and the consequences of relinquishment.
225 South Center Avenue
Somerset, PA 15501
Hours: 24/7
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's Hospital - Safe Haven - Allentown Campus
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
1736 Hamilton Street
Allentown, PA 18104
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's Hospital - Safe Haven - Anderson Campus
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
1872 St Luke's Boulevard
Easton, PA 18045
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's - Safe Haven - Lehighton Campus
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
211 North 12th Street
Lehighton, PA 18235
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's Hospital - Safe Haven - St Luke's Miners Campus
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
360 West Ruddle Street
Coaldale, PA 18218
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's Hospital - Safe Haven - Palmerton Hospital
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
135 Lafayette Avenue
Palmerton, PA 18071
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's Hospital - Safe Haven - St. Luke's Quakertown Campus
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
1021 Park Avenue
Quakertown, PA 18951
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's Hospital - Safe Haven - St Luke Monroe Campus
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
100 St Luke's Lane
Stroudsburg, PA 18360
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's Hospital - Safe Haven - Bethlehem Campus
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
801 Ostrum Street
Bethlehem, PA 18015
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
St. Joseph Regional Health Network
Safe Haven - St. Joseph Medical Center
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
2500 Bernville Road
Bern Township Campus
Reading, PA 19605
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
Tower Health
Reading Hospital - Safe Haven
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
625 Parkside Drive North
Ambulance Entrance of Emergency Departme
West Reading, PA 19611
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
UPMC Altoona
UPMC Altoona Safe Haven for Abandoned Newborns
Safe haven for abandoned newborns.
Altoona Hospital Campus
501 Howard Avenue, Bldg A, Suite 106
Altoona, PA 16601
Hours: Open 24/7.
UPMC Susquehanna
Safe Haven for Newborns-Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
32 Central Ave
Wellsboro, PA 16901
Hours: 24/7/365
UPMC Susquehanna
Safe Haven for Newborns-Muncy Valley Hospital-UPMC Susquehanna
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department at Muncy Valley Hospital and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Lycoming County Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Lycoming County Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
215 East Water Street
Muncy, PA 17745
Hours: 24/7
UPMC Susquehanna
Safe Haven for Newborns-Williamsport Regional Medical Center-UPMC Susquehanna
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department at Williamsport Regional Medical Center and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Lycoming County Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Lycoming County Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
700 High Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
Hours: 24/7
UPMC Susquehanna
Safe Haven for Newborns-Divine Providence Hospital-UPMC Susquehanna
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses Divine Providence Hospital and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Lycoming County Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Lycoming County Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
1100 Grampian Blvd.
Williamsport, PA 17701
Hours: 24/7/365
UPMC Susquehanna
Safe Haven for Newborns-Lock Haven Hospital-UPMC Susquehanna
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
24 Cree Drive
Lock Haven, PA 17745
Hours: 24/7/365
Wayne Memorial Health System
Safe Haven for Newborns - Wayne Memorial Hospital - Wayne Memorial Health System
A parent of a new baby under 28 days of age, who feels that they cannot care for the baby, can give the baby to one of the nurses in the Emergency Department and simply leave without giving name or address. If they choose, they may give the nurse a medical history of the baby. The baby receives a check up to be sure it receives medical care for any health problems. Children and Youth Services and one of their employees will come to the Emergency Department and see that the baby is placed in a loving, caring home. Both the parent and baby receive an identification bracelet with a confidential medical record number from the Emergency Department. This allows the parent to contact Children and Youth Services if they want information on the baby after leaving it in the Emergency Department.
601 Park St
Honesdale, PA 18431
Hours: 24/7/365
WellSpan Health
WellSpan- Safe Haven - Good Samaritan Hospital
If a parent is unable to care for their newborn, they may surrender the baby at any hospital or police station as long as the infant is unharmed and less than 28 days old. No one will ask their name, and they will not be in trouble. Safe Haven is a federal law, but each state has different requirements. In Pennsylvania, a parent can take the baby to any hospital emergency room or police station. they may place the baby in the Safe Haven bassinette at a hospital emergency room and ring the bell if there is one nearby. Some hospitals provide medical forms to share their confidential family medical history. They also may place the baby in the arms of an employee in the emergency department who is wearing a hospital identification badge, or in the arms of a police officer at police stations. No one will ask their name, and they should not voluntarily give it if they want to remain anonymous.
4th and Walnut Street
Lebanon, PA 17042
Eligibility: Mothers of newborns no older than 28 days
Hours: 24/7
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Pennsylvania Safe Haven Helpline
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Commonwealth Health
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Endless Mountains Health Systems
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Evangelical Community Hospital
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Geisinger Health System
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Safe Haven for Newborns - Geisinger Medical Center - Danville
Geisinger Health System
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Geisinger Health System
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Guthrie Health System
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Guthrie Health System
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Guthrie Health System
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Jersey Shore Hospital
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Lehigh Valley Health Network
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Lehigh Valley Health Network
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Lehigh Valley Hospital - Safe Haven - Muhlenberg
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Lehigh Valley Hospital - Safe Haven - East Norwegian Street
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Lehigh Valley Hospital - Safe Haven - South Jackson Street
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
Safe Haven - Lancaster County
Sacred Heart Health Care System
Sacred Heart Hospital - Safe Haven
Somerset Community Hospital
Somerest Community Hospital Safe Haven for Abandoned Newborns
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's Hospital - Safe Haven - Allentown Campus
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's Hospital - Safe Haven - Anderson Campus
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's - Safe Haven - Lehighton Campus
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's Hospital - Safe Haven - St Luke's Miners Campus
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's Hospital - Safe Haven - Palmerton Hospital
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's Hospital - Safe Haven - St. Luke's Quakertown Campus
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's Hospital - Safe Haven - St Luke Monroe Campus
St Luke's University Health Network
St Luke's Hospital - Safe Haven - Bethlehem Campus
St. Joseph Regional Health Network
Safe Haven - St. Joseph Medical Center
Tower Health
Reading Hospital - Safe Haven
UPMC Altoona
UPMC Altoona Safe Haven for Abandoned Newborns
UPMC Susquehanna
Safe Haven for Newborns-Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital
UPMC Susquehanna
Safe Haven for Newborns-Muncy Valley Hospital-UPMC Susquehanna
UPMC Susquehanna
Safe Haven for Newborns-Williamsport Regional Medical Center-UPMC Susquehanna
UPMC Susquehanna
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UPMC Susquehanna
Safe Haven for Newborns-Lock Haven Hospital-UPMC Susquehanna
Wayne Memorial Health System
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WellSpan Health
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