Teenage mothers who walk into Alley’s House enter a portal of hope. Formed in 1997, the organization exists to empower teen mothers and their children to achieve independence through support services, education, and mentoring. The vision of Alley’s House is to break the generational, economic, and social impact of teen pregnancy in the community.
The services, which are offered free to pregnant and parenting teens aged 13 to 21, include academic tutoring, career counseling, computer and office training, life skills development, and mentoring for support and guidance. Without help, teen mothers typically drop out of school and pass on a cycle of poverty to their children. With Alley’s House, they cross the threshold to a successful life.
To learn more, visit the Alley’s House website.