Michigan's so-called "Safe Delivery" law has resulted in 202 newborns being safely surrendered since 2001.
The law lets a woman give up a newborn, anonymously if she wishes, at police and fire stations and hospitals.
Nearly all of the infant surrenders have taken place at hospitals, and most of those were at the same hospital where the woman gave birth.
Program consultant Jean Hoffman says it's often the most desperate and frightened new mothers who have not heard about the law. So publicity efforts focus on trying to educate others who could help her.