Welcome to Birthright

At Birthright, we understand the challenges related to unplanned pregnancies. Birthright is available to women for as long as they need us. We offer love, friendship, and support to women who are pregnant or think they may be pregnant.  Birthright is interdenominational and is not involved in any political activities, or lobbying. Birthright’s focus is on loving the mother, reminding her that there is hope and ensuring she is not alone.

Get involved

Birthright relies on the dedication, time and talents of volunteers. We welcome any and all individuals who share our philosophy and commitment to offer loving, confidential, nonjudgmental support to those who are pregnant or think they may be pregnant. There are many volunteer opportunities available and we would gladly discuss our volunteer program with you. Full training and mentorship is provided for our volunteers so you can best help the women who need you.

Contact Us

    Hours Of Operation

    We look forward to a return to our pre-COVID schedule soon. At Birthright it is the right of every pregnant woman to give birth, and it is the right of every baby to be born. Need to talk to someone? Birthright of Hattiesburg phone is 601-606-7054. Need to talk to someone right now? There is a volunteer around the clock and around the calendar 24/7 at our helpline 800-550-4900. They will talk to you and call us and let us know you need us. There is always a friend waiting at Birthright.

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    Birthright of Hattiesburg


    Chartered by Birthright International July  25, 2008

    Opened March 25, 2009

    Happy, Happy 13th Birthday!

    Birthright International 1968             Birthright USA 1969


    Helpline (24/7/365) 1- 800-550-4900

    Always someone there to speak to.....


    "We Love Them Both-Mother and Baby!!"

    If you had a baby and you don't have a plan to care for your baby or your plan has changed, there is a

     Safe Haven Law by State:

     In Mississippi

    What are the age restrictions? The infant must be three (3) days old or younger. Who can relinquish the infant? The unharmed newborn may be anonymously relinquished by the parent and did not express an intent to return for the child. Who are Mississippi Safe Haven Providers?

    Any on-duty staff member at a: Hospital Fire/EMS Provider Licensed Adoption Agency Infant must be directly handed to provider. Provider to notify the Department of Human Services within 24 hours.

    You are not alone. There is help nearby.

    The parent may choose to have someone else bring in the infant. It can be a family member, a friend, a priest or minister, a social worker--practically any responsible adult.
    The parent can call the Safe Haven Helpline
    1-888-510-BABY  (1-888-510-2229)
    to receive counseling and get details on the address and details to the closest safe haven in your state.