New Hope Maternity Home
New Hope Maternity Home was located in American Fork, Utah <Ref>The former facility on Google maps</Ref>.
It closed down around January 2007, after three girls escaped the facility in order to save their unborn children from forced adoption <Ref>3 Pregnant Teens Attack Utah Group Home Director With Frying Pan, Flee in Stolen Van, Foxnews, January 19 2007</Ref>. One of the girls was never found.
What remains clear was that the girls were held there against their will either for economical or religious reasons and they were forced into a situation where they had to act in order to keep their child <Ref>Update on Utah Maternity Home Story, Birth-First Parent Blog, Adoption blogs </Ref>.
- The Girls Who Went Away, a book about adoption and banished teens <Ref>The Girls Who Went Away, website for the book
Tonight there's gonna be a jailbreak, feministing.com</Ref>
- Info: Second Pregnant Teen from Utah Maternity Home Arrested, Woman Health News, april 2007
- Info: Three pregnant teens escape New Hope Maternity Home in Utah, Coalition against Institutionalized Child Abuse (Referral company)
- Info: Response Regarding New Hope Maternity Home Records, Women's Health News January 2007
- Info: Sent Away: A New Look at Maternity Group Homes, by Lindsay Beyerstein, RH Reality Check, June 21 2007
- Info: UPDATE; NEW HOPE MATERNITY GIRLS STILL RUNNING!, The Daily Bastardette, January 24 2007
- Info: Pregnant Teens Escape, So Does "Maternity Home" Website, Women Health News, January 29 2009
- Survivor group: Moms love is forever Support group on Yahoo for Stolen Babies, Exiled Parents, and Siblings missing brothers and sisters to provide support and healing to those who were affected by forced and coerced adoption.
- Forum: Follow up on the "New Hope Maternity Home" escapees, a thread on the Democratic Underground message board