Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information:

Experiencing fever or cough with bodyaches? Please consider calling your doctor's office. If you are healthy and are in need of our help, Life Connections will continue to be available to our clients, but with the hours of Monday 10-5, Wed 10-2:30, and Friday 10-4:30. DIAPER CLUB is OPEN.


If another client is in the office, we will ask you to wait in your car until the office is cleared. We are not accepting donations of clothing or toys at this time. But we are very much in need of monetary donations, as well as unopened and not expired formula, baby food, diapers and wipes. We hope that you will be patient with us as we try to remain open under difficult circumstances, so that we may be able to help as many people as possible safely.

THANK YOU and please stay safe for yourselves and your family!

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What Are My Options?

I'm NOT SURE If I Want This Baby or Not…
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I DON'T WANT To Be Pregnant!
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I HOPE I Can Keep This Baby, But I Need So Much Help.
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Life Connections believes that we can all have healthier, happier families if we make connections with each other and with the supportive community around us. By connecting, we join a support system of both professionals and volunteers that want to help moms and dads make the best decisions they can for their kids, so that we all grow stronger.

We know that when people are isolated, they feel they have fewer choices and their stress goes up. But if they create friendships and mentorships with people who can help, then they become empowered.

We are here to educate, train, refer, guide, coach, encourage and lift everyone who wants more for themselves and more for their families: more knowledge, more options, more love, more peace.


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The MN SAFE HAVEN LAW for Newborns

No shame. No blame. No names.

In Minnesota, a mother or someone acting with her permission, can safely surrender her unharmed infant (born within the past 7 days) to a designated "Safe Place". A Safe Place includes a hospital, an urgent care facility (during its hours of operation), or an ambulance that is dispatched in response to your 911 call. Personnel at the safe place must not and will not try to determine the identity of the mother, or the person leaving the baby, or call the police.

You have 3 days in MN after your baby is born to find a Safe Place to turn them over to someone else without it being a crime. It’s the healthiest and safest choice for you and your baby, if you should decide that you can’t take care of your child. Leaving them anywhere that is NOT a designated Safe Place is a crime.

Minnesota Safe Haven Law >

Section 145.902 Minnesota Statutes >

Frequently Asked Questions

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Life Connections is amazing...from the friendly staff that help with everything, to the diapers, to the clothes - it's so appreciated. Honestly, I don't know where I would be without them. THANK YOU SO MUCH!
- Ashley