Good Counsel Homes


Good Counsel Homes

Bradley Mattes   |   April 17, 2020

One of the nation’s Coronavirus hotspots is New York City, and in and around it, the work to help homeless pregnant and parenting women quietly continues.  In the face of lockdowns all around them, Good Counsel homes remain open, operating under new, safer guidelines.  Here’s where women can find a secure environment to learn parenting and other life skills.  Those without a high school diploma receive help returning to school and finding a job.  Chris Bell, one of its co-founders, and his team operate four homes.  In the face of uncertainty and fear, they’re reflecting the love of Christ and keeping their doors open to women who are homeless and desperate for help.  Good Counsel homes demonstrates the pro-life movement’s love for women and their babies.

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