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Catholic Charities of Buffalo

525 Washington Street
Buffalo, NY 14203

Target: Erie County

Young Parents Program

The Young Parents Program promotes nurturing families by providing education and support to pregnant and/or parenting individuals ages 12-25 living in Erie County. Methods include in-home assessments and training, prenatal/parenting classes, short term supportive counseling and referral and linkage. The home-based parenting support service is designed for first-time or young parents who need assistance in order to develop the parenting skills and knowledge to care for their new child.

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Catholic Charities of Franklin County

57 Rennie Street; PO Box 896
Malone, NY 12953

Target: Franklin County

Parenting Support

Catholic Charities of Franklin County (CCFC) provides parent education and support to pregnant and parenting women and families to increase their knowledge and skills in labor and delivery, infant and early childhood development, and parenting to promote the overall well-being of the mother and child. CCFC supports young, pregnant youth by establishing positive behaviors for healthy deliveries and promoting a nurturing, safe environment with quality parenting.

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Catholic Charities Livingston County

34 East State Street
Mt. Morris, NY 14510

Target: Livingston County

Community of Caring

The Community of Caring program provides parenting education services, mental health counseling, and intensive case management to women who are pregnant or parenting to help ensure healthy births and healthy moms. They also provide transportation to necessary appointments, information, advocacy, and referrals. The Mentor Moms component matches trained adult mentors with moms in need of a little extra support. The Community of Caring programs also provides parenting education services for inmates at the Livingston County Jail along with intensive case management services upon their release.

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Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services

Catherine Sheridan Senior Housing
31-41 23rd St
Astoria, NY 11106

Target: Astoria & Corona, Queens; Bay Ridge & Brownsville, Brooklyn

Parenting Program

Through workshops and individual sessions, Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services provides education on nutrition, early prenatal care, baby safety, developmental milestones, positive parenting, health and wellness. Parents are taught effective parenting, discipline and communications skills. Parents are encouraged to complete their education, and achieve their goals for a better life for themselves and their children.

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Catholic Charities of Onondaga County

1654 West Onondaga Street
Syracuse, NY 13204

Target: Onondaga County

Lullaby League

The Lullaby League provides prenatal and infant care education, home-based case management, and support groups to pregnant and parenting teens and young adults. The goal of the Lullaby League is to ensure that every young woman delivers a healthy baby and receives the support necessary to bond with her baby in a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment.

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Catholic Charities of Rockville Centre

Regina Residence
29 Kirkwood Avenue
Merrick, NY   11566

Target: Nassau County

Regina Maternity Services

Regina Maternity Services supports homeless and at-risk pregnant and postpartum young women by providing case management and intervention services. The goal of Regina Maternity Services is to transition the young women into a stable living environment, and to provide parent education to program participants during and after their residency at Regina, as well as to young women in the community.

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Community Maternity Services

290 Canada Street
Lake George, NY 12845

Target: Warren & Washington Counties

Parenting Education Program

Community Maternity Services provides comprehensive case management services and home-based parenting support to pregnant and parenting women in Warren and Washington Counties with an emphasis on prenatal, postpartum and well-child care, child development, and development of personal capabilities with the end goal of healthy birth outcomes and self-sufficiency. Community Maternity Services is a licensed adoption agency and will provide adoption counseling to appropriate clients.

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Cornell Cooperative Extension Association of Jefferson County

203 North Hamilton Street
Watertown, NY 13601

Target: Jefferson & Lewis Counties

Strengthening Family Foundations

Strengthening Family Foundations utilizes a variety of strategies to meet the many needs of the diverse families, including teens and single parents, across Jefferson and Lewis Counties.  Educators work with community agencies and the target families in order to provide in-home educational visits and community workshops which will focus on parenting, nutrition, healthy relationships, home safety, financial management, information regarding adequate prenatal and pediatric care, and educational and/or employment support.

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Delaware Opportunities Inc.

35430 State Hwy 10
Hamden, NY 13782

Target: Delaware County

Better Beginnings

The Better Beginnings program consists of a series of parenting education classes for pregnant and parenting at-risk families. The program will increase parental knowledge and skills in infant care and development (up to one year of age).

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Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc.

31 West Main Street, Suite 300
Patchogue, NY 11772

Target: Suffolk County

Teens as Parents

Teens as Parents is an innovative school-based and home-visiting parent education program which encompasses prenatal and parenting education, as well as labor, delivery, and postpartum doula support services. The program is specifically designed for pregnant and parenting teens and gives them a safe place to share, to gather support, and to gain knowledge and encouragement in the art of parenting.

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Little Sisters of the Assumption Family Health Service (LSA)

333 East 115th Street
New York, NY 10029

Target: East Harlem

Maternity Outreach Program

Through LSA’s Certified Home Health Agency, registered nurses provide prenatal and postpartum home nursing visits, newborn follow-up assessments, infant growth and development monitoring, parent and mother support groups, maternal health education, and breastfeeding workshops and classes. Services are available in English and Spanish.

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MOMMAS, Inc.

1857 Wantagh Avenue
Wantagh, NY 11793

Target: Nassau & Suffolk County; Greater NYC Area

MOMMAS House

MOMMAS House provides pregnant or parenting young women (ages 18-24) with a stable home environment for approximately two years. Residents can learn the practical skills necessary to parent effectively and become an independent working parent.

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Oswego County Opportunities, Inc.

239 Oneida Street
Fulton, NY 13069

Target: Oswego County

OPTIONS

OPTIONS provides services to pregnant and parenting teens in Oswego County to promote the physical, emotional, and intellectual growth of pregnant and parenting teens and their babies.  Services are designed to engage youth in early connection to prenatal health care and development of parenting and self-reliance skills.

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Society for the Protection and Care of Children

148 South Fitzhugh Street
Rochester, NY 14608

Target: Monroe County

Reaching Young Parents

Reaching Young Parents strengthens local infrastructure to support teen parents, connects pregnant teens with services, and provides comprehensive support to teen parents and their infants. Services include PAT, health connections, strengthening parent-child relationships, father engagement, employment and educational support, and case management.

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YWCA of Jamestown

401 North Main Street
Jamestown, NY 14701

Target: Jamestown; Southern Chautauqua County

Teenage Education and Motherhood (TEAM)

The TEAM program provides support, case management and parenting education to pregnant and parenting teens and their families. The Parent Educator provides monthly home visits and promotes healthy brain development through the use of the PAT curriculum. Group meetings, developmental assessments, family nights and referrals are provided.

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