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Mom's House offers services to low-income student parents dedicated to completing their education. 

Students must be enrolled full-time at one of the following local programs:

  • High school
  • GED program
  • College or university
  • Vo-tech training program
  • Business school
  • Nursing school

Eligible students and their children ages 6 weeks to 5 years must also meet specific income requirements, maintain passing grades, volunteer two hours of service at the center, and attend at least one hour of parenting education at the center each week as well as embrace the mission and philosophy of Mom’s House.

Childcare Center

We provide the following services to low-income student parents dedicated to completing their education.

  • State-licensed childcare center as a 5-Star Step Up To Quality Initiative
  • Educated, loving and dedicated childcare staff
  • Low child-to-teacher ratios
  • Parenting and life skills classes
  • Quiet area for Mom's to study - with PCs
  • Mentoring, licensed counseling, and tutoring
  • Career, employment & life skills guidance
  • Referral services
  • Case Management Services
  • Encouragement, support and friendship


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Family Wellness Program

Mom's House believes it is crucial to provide a program that encompasses the whole family. It is our goal to support and educate our young parents through their challenges of balancing their own growth and development with responsible and effective parenting. 

  • Parent Education Classes
  • Licensed Counseling
  • Tutoring
  • Scholarship Assistance
  • Case Management
  • Legal Assistance

DADS Matter

DADS Matter stands for Dedicated Accountable Determined & Strong. The mission of the program is to engage and empower young men in the lives of their children through consistent and positive contact. The need for a father in the life of a child is critical. The goal of this program is to help fathers set priorities and develop effective parenting skills. During meetings, we emphasize the important role of fathers in supporting a child’s physical, emotional, and behavioral needs; the benefits of a positive relationship; and the risks of failing to fulfill responsibilities. This program is open to all dads who have a child in the Mom’s House program. Meetings are held the last Wednesday of each month from 10:00-11:00 am at Mom's House. Topics and speakers vary from month to month.

Sisters in Law

Sisters in Law is a group of female lawyers working towards the continued improvement of the lives of the moms and their children at Mom's House. They provide pro bono legal services as well as mentoring, life and career coaching to these young women. Meetings are held quarterly at Mom’s House.


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