School Based Teen Parent/Pregnant Teen Programs

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    Programs, usually available within the regular high school curriculum, that provide opportunities for pregnant teens and teenage students who are parents to complete their high school education and receive diplomas. Classes which focus on child development, infant care, mother/infant nutrition and childbirth preparation are available in addition to the basic graduation requirements and academic electives. Students who are enrolled in the program may also receive nutritionally balanced meals (breakfast and lunch), prenatal care, family planning and counseling services.

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    Allentown School District - ELECTOffers services designed to meet the unique needs and challenges faced by young parents in the Allentown School District. Students develop skills to become self-sufficient adults, capable parents and contributing members of the community. Services include: - Case management - Individual and group support services - Health care and nutrition education - Home visits - Parenting and child development education - Child care on-site - Tutoring/Mentoring - Referral services LehighAllentown School DistrictAllentown School District
    ARIN Intermediate Unit 28 Pregnant and Parenting Teen ProgramParenting education and support program for pregnant teens (both mom and dad) or teens who are already parents. Helps participants to ensure good health and development of their children, to obtain a diploma or equivalent and transition to employment or higher education.IndianaPregnant and Parenting Teen ProgramARIN Intermediate Unit 28
    BCIU - Pregnant and Parenting Teen ProgramStudent will receive ongoing education, referrals, and support from a program caseworker while they remain in school and work towards his/her high school diploma.BerksBerks County Intermediate UnitBerks County Intermediate Unit
    BCIU - Project Elect/Fatherhood InitiativeStudent will receive ongoing education, referrals, and support from a program caseworker while they remain in school and work toward his high school diploma. Opportunity to participate in a fathering support group.BerksBerks County Intermediate UnitBerks County Intermediate Unit
    Communities in Schools of Philadelphia - ELECTEducation Leading to Employment and Career Training (ELECT) program provides students in need of pregnancy support with referrals to health care and child care services. The program also provides academic support services such as tutoring to ensure that students work toward graduation and transition into jobs, vocational training or college.PhiladelphiaCommunities in Schools Philadelphia - Philadelphia; Art MuseumCommunities in Schools of Philadelphia
    Education Leading to Employment and Career Training (ELECT) and ELECT Fatherhood InitiativeAssist pregnant and parenting teens to stay in school, earn a high school diploma or GED,transition to employment and/or post-secondary plans, gain economic independence and become effective parents.BerksCommunity Prevention Partnership of Berks CountyCommunity Prevention Partnership
    Education Leading to Employment & Career Training (ELECT)The ELECT program helps teenagers understand parenthood while also giving them support to graduate high school through group and individualized services. ELECT focuses on attendance, graduation and then transition to the work place or higher education. ELECT services include Fathering support groups, life skills training, family budgeting, academic/homework assistance, attendance tracking, child development and parenting skills.CumberlandCapital Area Intermediate UnitCapital Area Intermediate Unit
    Family Care Solutions - Child Care Access Means Parents In SchoolChild Care Access Means Parents In School (CCAMPIS) awards stipends to Pell-eligible male and female students with children under the age-of-15. CCAMPIS, funded by the U.S. Department of Education, pays for early care, after-school or evening care at an accredited childcare facility, or a facility working toward accreditation. The availability of affordable and reliable childcare can often mean the difference between a parent quitting school or graduating from college. Those who continue their education and earn a college degree are better able to advance in the workplace, earn higher salaries, and become financially self-sufficient.PhiladelphiaFamily Care Solutions, Inc. - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaFamily Care Solutions
    Family Services of Montgomery County - Pottstown Family CenterOffers family support programs and services including: - Parents as teachers home visitation; - Parent-child playgroup; - Fatherhood program; - Parent education workshops; - Pregnant and parenting teen program; - SHARE food program; - Time-limited family reunification; - Toy and book lending library; - Pottstown Early Action for Kindergarten Readiness (PEAK)MontgomeryPottstown OfficeFamily Services of Montgomery County
    Gwen's GirlsOffers a comprehensive continuum of care. Services include Prevention Services, After-School Program, School-Based Services, Summer Program, Volunteer/Mentor Program, Foster Care Program and a Residential Facility for delinquent and dependent girls with a specialty in pregnancy and parenting, Work Force Development and Job Shadowing Program, academic enrichment, health and wellness workshops and psycho-educational groups.AlleghenyGwen's GirlsGwen's Girls
    Pittsburgh Public Schools - ELECT Teen Parenting ProgramProvides pregnant and parenting teens support that is needed to overcome barriers to attendance while obtaining a high school diploma or GED. Some of the services include: parenting groups, assistance with bus tickets to appointments, referral for in-home providers to help prepare home for child, assistance with completing housing and job applications, and other supports according to the needs of the student. Students will earn Baby Bucks to purchase diapers, wipes, and other items needed for themselves and their child while participating in ELECT activities. Provides transitional services for up to 120 days for students who have graduated, or successfully completed an education program. The Transition Program is available to further aid with employment, and/or exploring post-secondary education options, housing, child care, etc.AlleghenyELECT Teen Parenting ProgramPittsburgh Public Schools
    UPMC Susquehanna - Education Leading to Employment and Career Training (ELECT) and ELECT Fatherhood Initiative (EFI)Provides support for pregnant and parenting teens. Helps male and female teen parents in Lycoming County stay in school and graduate. Support involves case management of the student, including parenting, child development and prevention of a second pregnancy. Educational group sessions are conducted weekly, as well as one-to-one counseling sessions, home visits and summer programs.LycomingUPMC Susquehanna - Family Center for Reproductive HealthUPMC Susquehanna
    YoungLives - Support for Teen MomsTeen moms face many challenges because they are truly living in two worlds. They have a desire to be a teenager, yet they have all the responsibilities required of motherhood. They feel alone, and often are abandoned by the significant people in their lives once their child is born. The world sees a teen mom and her child. We see a girl who needs Jesus. YoungLives is about loving teen moms in the midst of the circumstances they're in - no matter what they are. Because we've experienced mercy, compassion and grace through a relationship with Christ, we desire to love teen moms in the condition they come to us. WHAT YOU WILL FIND AT YOUNGLIVES Love Support Encouragement RespectChester*Main Site (YoungLives)YoungLives

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