Teen mothers who come to St. Ann's range in age from 13-21. Some are in the foster care system, others are runaways or are trafficked, all are homeless. The residential Teen Mother-Baby Program ensures the health of mother and child while the teen continues her education. Tutoring, GED preparation, internships, and a parenting and life skills curriculum help teen moms move on with their lives. For adult women experiencing homelessness and instability, transitional and supportive housing along with a dynamic employment program supports them in their job search and helps them overcome barriers to career mobility. Serving the children of working families in greater Washington as well as those in its residential programs, the child care center provides a rich learning environment that prepares kids for success in school. St. Ann's is there every step of the way for families that need support.
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