This national guide has been compiled by the organization Feminists for Life. The Pregnant on Campus Initiative is looking into getting it at ASU or the Aid to Women Center. Until then, you can order one for $5. Here's what Feminists for Life says about it:
"Feminists for Life’s issue of The American Feminist® magazine, “Raising Kids on a Shoestring,” is a holistic national guide filled with free and frugal resources, smart and creative solutions, and practical support that pregnant women, expectant fathers, and parents deserve" (emphasis added).
“We’ve never said that being pregnant, placing a child for adoption, or parenting is easy, but we are going to do our best to make it easier,” said Serrin M. Foster, President of Feminists for Life. “‘Raising Kids on a Shoestring’ builds on — and goes well beyond — our earlier resources, like the 2001 ‘Raising Kids Cheap’ issue of The American Feminist and the ‘You Have Better Choices’ brochure of 2008.”
"'Raising Kids on a Shoestring,' the largest-ever issue of FFL’s magazine, features eighteen articles with links to additional resources and support covering pregnancy, child birth, postpartum care; adoption information for both prospective adoptive parents and birthmothers; help for parents of children with special needs; housing, feeding, and clothing a family economically; and many other topics."