Teen Parent Services

By caring for both teens/young parents and their children, we can improve developmental milestones and school readiness for babies and dramatically increase high school graduation rates for parents.


Teen Parent Services provides long-term housing options for homeless pregnant and parent teens and their children.

We assist pregnant and parenting teens in becoming self sufficient. The program is available to teens/young parents under the age of 24.

Teen Parent Services also provides transitional housing for homeless pregnant and parenting teens and their children – where families can live for up to 18 months, Rapid Re-Housing rental assistance and utility deposit for homeless teen parents and youth, for up to 24 months.

Rapid Re-Housing

We rapidly move youth ages 18-24 into permanent housing with rental assistance for 3-24 month

  • Literally homeless
  • 16 units and 24 beds
  • Focus on life skills and self sufficiency
  • Rental assistance
  • Security deposit
  • Supportive services

Affiliated with Healthy Families America and Parents as Teachers.

Long-Term Housing

for Teen/Young Parents

  • For homeless teens/young parents 17-21 and their children
  • Staffed 24/7/365
  • Connecting parents with
    • Health care services
    • School, job training and employment
    • Parent education and children’s developmental milestones
    • Assistance with food, diapers and personal need items
    • Follow-up services
  • 100% of those we serve are employed, attending school or participating in job search/life skill building activities

Project Home

In collaboration with United Way, we provide rent and utility assistance for eligible Saginaw County residents.

Teen Parent Services

2806 Davenport, Saginaw, MI 48602
(989) 755-0937

Focus on 5: Youth Protection Council – Part 1

Watch our interview on WNEM TV5 to learn more about the Youth Protection Council. (Part 1 of 2)

Focus on 5: Youth Protection Council – Part 2

Watch our interview on WNEM TV5 to learn more about the Youth Protection Council. (Part 2 of 2)