Teen Moms Anonymous

Support Groups

Due to unforeseen circumstances, our summer support groups will not meet. Our Fall support groups will begin October ‘24.

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 IMPORTANT MESSAGE

We have moms who reach out to us because they are having a hard time being a new mom and need support. We hear you and are working on your behalf. Our next support group is not until July, so to find immediate support, please contact your local United Way and YMCA. They have resources to help you. 

To find your local United Way, visit their national website - United Way Worldwide. Click on FIND YOUR UNITED WAY in the upper right corner. Enter your zip code and the contact information for your local United Way will appear. They can help you.

Contact your local YMCA. The YMCA is a Christ-centered organization just like us. They have resources to help you take care of your physical, mental, and spiritual health and well-being. If your income is limited, don't worry. They have scholarships. You may be able to get a membership for $20 a month. They offer childcare so you can exercise and socialize with others in a nurturing and positive environment. 

To find your local YMCA, visit their national website - YMCA of the USA - A Leading Nonprofit Organization. In the upper right corner, click FIND YOUR Y. Enter your zip code and contact information for your local YMCA will appear. 


Reach out to these organizations. Don't try to do it all on your own.

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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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Important Message

Current Pregnant and Parenting Students in High school and College.


If your high school, college, or university offers a teen parenting program or parenting classes, please take advantage of those resources. Your school is offering those resources to help you succeed. Legally, because of Title IX, the school cannot mandate that you participate, but it is in your best interest and that of your child to participate. You will find emotional and moral support and learn parenting skills to help you be the best parent you can be.

Contact your Guidance Counselor or the Counseling Department to find out what programs your school or college or university offers. You must get CONNECTED. You were not designed to do this alone. 


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