Adolescent Family Life Program AFLP addresses the social, health, educational and economic challenges of adolescent pregnancy by providing comprehensive case management services to expectant and parenting teens and their children. Case managers work closely with youth to improve the health and well-being of themselves and their children. This approach to working with adolescents aims to develop their resilience by strengthening their developmental assets.
Cherish is a Local Outreach Ministry at CityLink that provides spiritual, physical and emotional support to pregnant teens and young mothers. This ministry demonstrates the compassion of Christ through long-term caring relationships and opens the door of opportunity for a new life available through Jesus. We want each mom who comes to Cherish to know that Jesus loves them with a love that lasts forever and that they can trust Him completely.
Click to talk to a trained teen volunteer. Everyone adapts differently to being a young parent. You may have lots of support or you may be overwhelmed by your new role.
Department of Justice estimated that there are 1, homeless and runaway youth under eighteen years of age in the United States. This means that there could potentially be almosthomeless and pregnant young women in this country. For pregnant and parenting youth who are currently homeless or lack adequate housing options, there are various programs through local governments and private organizations that can provide housing and other services.
The perinatal program for urban youth at The Door, located in New York City, provides accessible, comprehensive, high-quality prenatal services to pregnant teens. Through a holistic, family-centered, youth-development approach, the program seeks to counteract the adverse medical risks and psychosocial consequences of early childbirth and child rearing in order to improve the immediate and long-term futures of the mother and her new family. The Door's services are presented, along with a description of the agency's service model and an analysis of pregnant teens enrolled in its perinatal program.
Support raising healthy, happy kids, finishing school, finding childcare, getting health insurance, and more. Are you pregnant with your first child and living in San Mateo County? The Nurse-Family Partnership NFP program can help you get health insurance, stay in or go back to school or get a job, learn how to raise healthy kids and prevent illness, connect you with other community resources and more, all for free.
Starting Out Right provides health education and supportive services to pregnant and parenting adolescents ages 21 and younger, regardless of their financial situation. With help from Starting Out Rightadolescent parents are setting up both themselves and their children for future success and happiness. Click here to sign up for Starting Out Right.
Nevada has some of the highest rates of teen pregnancy in the country and teen mothers typically are not ready to parent on their own. More specifically, seven out of every ten pregnant teens drop out of high school. This holistic and comprehensive program provides that intervention.