Our Second Story for Young Mothers program provides housing, counseling and training to homeless women age 16 to 24 who are pregnant or have young children. We put an emphasis on parenting skills, completing an education, job readiness, and basic self-sufficiency so that young women will be able to support themselves and their children, breaking the cycle of poverty, abuse, or homelessness.
Ages 16-22. Residential services for pregnant or parenting young women and support services for minors who are pregnant or parenting. For residential services, young mothers must be in need of housing and agree to participate in counseling services along with other program expectations.
All services are provided in and around Fairfax County, Virginia. To find out if you qualify, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Single Mother Help can help connect you to the services you need. There may be resources available in your area such as housing assistance, food stamps and other grocery programs, scholarships and grants to further your education, help with credit card debt and financial planning, classes and guidance, and more.
Single Mother Help is a website to help you navigate the resources available to you. Just visit their website and plug in your zip code to find local resources. Read More.