We are a nonprofit 501(c)(3) specialty care nursery providing 24-hour medical care to substance exposed newborns experiencing withdrawal symptoms at birth. We provide immediate, short-term medical care between the hospital NICU and home for infants with prenatal drug exposure.

Our desire to bring substance-exposed infant care to Arizona began in 2016. Many obstacles were overcome, and in 2019 we opened our doors to our first group of babies. Even though the COVID-19 pandemic closed our doors for 17 months, we reopened for infant care in 2021.

The team at Jacob’s Hope have much to be thankful for. With the support and effort of amazing community groups, individuals, and organizations, we are here providing medical care for newborns and support for families in search of hope.

Below is our gallery where we continue to document not only our journey, but the newborns, mothers, families and all those involved with Jacob’s Hope.

Our Gallery

Our Story

Jacob’s Hope is dedicated to the son of Brian and Jo Jones, the founder of Jacobs Hope, in the desire that children, through proper care and nurturing, can be given loving and competent care as they struggle through drug withdrawals in the first weeks of their lives.

Our Facility

Our facility is an inpatient, home-like setting.

  • Sensory friendly, calm, and quiet environment.

  • 24-hour medical staff on site providing individualized care.

  • Medically equipped facility to meet infant needs.

  • Volunteer Baby Cuddlers

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The King will reply, “Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least
of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.”
– Matthew 25:40.