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Teen Mother & Baby Program
Grace House is the home of St. Ann's Teen Mother & Baby Program, where pregnant and parenting young women are supported through their pregnancy and early motherhood.
Our dedicated support team offers Grace House clients structure and guidance as they sort through life options, develop new skills, and make important decisions about the well-being of their children and the future of their young family.
A Focus on Health
Adolescent mothers are often at higher risk of pregnancy complications, including premature and low birth-weight deliveries. In Grace House, expecting mothers receive comprehensive prenatal care to ensure a healthy delivery for mom and baby.
We schedule and transport residents to all of their routine and specialized health care appointments. Every Grace House resident receives on-site nursing support, one-on-one assistance with newborn care, and prenatal and post-partum wellness care from our partners, Providence Hospital and Fort Lincoln Medical Center.
Parenting Education and Support
Through daily parenting support and weekly parenting skills classes from our Child Care Center staff, new moms learn how to properly care for themselves and their infants.
St. Ann's Social Work Services team helps each of our residents identify goals for personal growth and offers opportunities for young women to explore their interests, express themselves and find support in their community.
Learn more about St. Ann's Life Skills Education and Support.