Teen Mothers Program
The Teen Mothers Program is a structured and therapeutic environment where homeless teen mothers and their babies can remain together and receive support and guidance. Residents are referred by the DC Child and Family Services Agency. The Teen Mothers Program serves teenage mothers who are the victims of abuse and neglect and are wards of the District of Columbia. The program works to keep mothers and their babies together, break the intergenerational cycle of abuse, and help young mothers develop the skills to be self-sufficient for life. Residents receive educational and vocational guidance, assistance with housing and employment, training in parenting and life skills, and pre- and post-natal medical care.
Address: 3039 30th Street, SE, Washington DC 20020
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