Programs for Single Mothers and Single Mother Parenting

By: Medina Childrens Home  09-12-2011

Helps motivated single mothers and their children transition into successful, independent futures by providing parenting skills, career training and a home in a peaceful and safe environment.

Appropriate referrals to the program include mothers who:

  • Are having difficulty providing for the physical needs of their children.
  • Can make use of the resources and opportunities provided in order to return to a community with greater ability to provide for their family.
  • Are seeking educational and/or job training opportunities in order to become financially independent.
  • Are willing to grow spiritually and participate in worship and spiritual activities on a regular basis.

Services Provided:

  • A home and necessities
  • Education or trade school training
  • Public school system located close to AOH campuses for their children
  • Case management services for mothers and their children
  • Counseling services and psychological testing for mothers and children
  • Parenting and life skills training
  • Spiritual activities and functions

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