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Teen Parenting

ELECT Teen Parent Classrooms

ELECT (Education Leading to Employment Career Training) Teen Parent Classrooms help pregnant and parenting teens finish their high school education and plan for college and/or employment after high-school. The ELECT staff provides academic and social service support, case management, home visits and group activities. For more information call 215-400-4250.
ELECT Referral Form

The Lighthouse

Program that seeks to empower young mothers 13-21 years old with the skills necessary to compete in the workforce- GED prep., money skills- 152 West Lehigh Ave.- 215-425-7800, ext 309

Project Peace

A comprehensive teen-mother education and life skills program for teen mothers ages 13-21- can receive education planning, parenting skills, life skills, employment skills, and housing assistance- meets at 4700 Wissahickon Ave- 215-462-5998 and 215-921-9672

Educating Communities for Parenting

Provides a wide variety of Power to Parent workshops for parents including teen mothers and fathers. Classes consist of year long school based programs, 12 week sessions, and assorted short term workshops. Programs focus on helping both parents and their children achieve their full potential. All services are provided free of charge. For information call 215-496-9780 X 203

Turning Points for Children-Time Out for Teens and Tots

Offers a free 20 week parenting education program designed for teens 15-19 years old, who are caring for their children ages 3 and under- also operates The Family Project that helps all families with young children by offering various career programs, public assistance and food resources, day care referrals and housing information- 415 S. 15th Street-215-875-8200

Child, Home and Community (CHC)

CHC sponsors free childbirth classes, support groups, career counseling and other advocacy services to teens throughout Bucks & Montgomery Counties at dozens of locations. Call (215) 348-9770 or visit website