Mommies In Need's main purpose is to support parents experiencing a health crisis by providing childcare, community, and compassion. No parent should have to choose between taking care of their own health and having safe and loving care for their children. 

For families that qualify, Mommies In Need provides full-time, in-home nannies at no cost, for up to six months. We also connect parents and children with resources to help cope with the unique challenges of these health situations and with other families facing similar difficulties. 

** Due to the current public health crisis, we are pausing our in-home service and launching the MIN Virtual Community to serve families where a parent is seriously ill, with a focus on those affected by COVID-19. For these families, we are providing daily schedules and content, as well as "virtual nannies" who provide one-on-one education and entertainment via videoconferencing. We are also seeking funding to purchase tablets to loan to families who do not have home access to technology and will be dropping off curriculum supplies, educational toys and books, and healthy snacks weekly for low-income families in quarantine because of a COVID-19 diagnosis.**

What was born out of one Mom's personal experience and passion, has grown into a powerful source of hope in our community. In four short years, MIN has provided over 23,000 hours of free childcare. Join us as we continue to serve and grow. 

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Mommies In Need's main purpose is to support parents experiencing a health crisis by providing childcare, community, and compassion. No parent should have to choose between taking care of their own health and having safe and loving care for their children. 

For families that qualify, Mommies In Need provides full-time, in-home nannies at no cost, for up to six months. We also connect parents and children with resources to help cope with the unique challenges of these health situations and with other families facing similar difficulties. 

** Due to the current public health crisis, we are pausing our in-home service and launching the MIN Virtual Community to serve families where a parent is seriously ill, with a focus on those affected by COVID-19. For these families, we are providing daily schedules and content, as well as "virtual nannies" who provide one-on-one education and entertainment via videoconferencing. We are also seeking funding to purchase tablets to loan to families who do not have home access to technology and will be dropping off curriculum supplies, educational toys and books, and healthy snacks weekly for low-income families in quarantine because of a COVID-19 diagnosis.**

What was born out of one Mom's personal experience and passion, has grown into a powerful source of hope in our community. In four short years, MIN has provided over 23,000 hours of free childcare. Join us as we continue to serve and grow.