Teen Moms Anonymous

A support group program for young mothers.

Teen Moms Anonymous

Do you ever feel isolated? Alone? Overwhelmed? Maybe unsure of your future? Becoming a mother when you are still an adolescent, still finding and establishing yourself, has its challenges:

  • How do I manage it all? School, parenting, a part-time job.
  • How can I still enjoy being a teenager and a young woman?
  • How do I deal with uncomfortable feelings and emotions - anxiety, depression, hopelessness?

Don't despair. Teen Moms Anonymous can help. 

We are a Christ-centered support group program for teen moms (young mothers) and women who have been teen moms. We are a safe place where you can (1) meet others who have walked a similar path, (2) find emotional and moral support, and (3) learn skills and find resources to help you grow into a more confident, skilled woman and mother. 

Where We Are Now and What We Offer

We are a volunteer program and have few volunteers trained. In light of this, at this moment, we are only able to offer our monthly blog, support groups, and our bi-weekly podcast (Coming soon!). We will be posting blogs and episodes on our podcast about single parenting, health and wellness, relationships, dating, and more. Our goal is to help you grow into a more confident and skilled woman and mother. We hope what we offer now will help you do that.

          ---Dr. Chris

Testimonial --

Teen Moms Anonymous has profoundly impacted me in so many ways since I joined the July cohort. The founder Dr. Chris's dedication and the resources provided within her organization have been nothing short of inspirational. Throughout the program, I've delved into motherhood, using "The Emotionally Absent Mother" as a guiding tool, which has given me valuable insights into effective parenting. Additionally, the weekly discussions covering a wide range of topics, particularly those related to situations of abuse and parenting, have proven to be an invaluable source of support and empowerment. Through this group, I am looking forward to not only gaining new knowledge but also supporting other teen moms to feel a sense of belonging and solidarity while fostering personal growth and resilience. 

       --Toni, 31 years old (was a teen mom)

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