MOM works to equip single mothers with emotional resilience and problem solving, increase natural support, break generational cycles of teen mothers, and to help young mothers develop skills to be self-sufficient. Participants receive:
Mentoring: One on one peer mentoring to assist young single parents with problem solving of daily challenges. Participants (ages 18-25) gain guidance, knowledge and share lessons learned from their experiences support and wisdom from peers who have overcome similar circumstances. Graduates from the mentoring program are eligible to attend a six month Peer Mentoring Training and become a peer mentor to new program participants.
Resource Connections: MOM provides comprehensive access through referrals to educational, financial, governmental and spiritual assistance by partnering with various civic, religious and other community organizations. Open to moms of all ages.
Resource Giveaways: MOM hosts events periodically throughout the year to provide single parents with basic needs such as school supplies, children’s and adult clothing, food, toys, and beds. Open to moms of all ages. Please visit our website for information about upcoming dates, times and locations.
Workshops, Conferences, Retreats: MOM’s workshops, conferences and retreats (open to moms of all ages) focuses on understanding healing and changing one’s life through spirituality, religion, and God. These dynamic biblically based forums provide participant with opportunities for pro-social engagement, knowledge, leadership and hope.
MOM provides a limited number of scholarships for participants to attend MOM’s annual international retreat.