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Boston Medical Center’s Adolescent Center provides all birth control and emergency contraception and it is free even if you have private insurance. Also, it has same day appointments, a Child and Adolescent Transgender Center for Health, and a Teen & Tot program for expectant and parenting youth.
During Covid-19, Boston Medical Center’s Pediatrics & Adolescent Clinic is conducting phone consultations before all in-person visits. A provider can determine if an in-person visit is necessary. Condoms are available after a phone call and appointment have been made.
850 Harrison Ave 6th Floor Boston MA 02118
Collaborative initiative of the Boston Public Health Commission and the Boston Housing Authority that helps to secure and retain housing for housing insecure, high risk pregnant and/or parenting families with a child under the age of 5 years, who has a complex condition requiring specialty care. The program includes intensive case management, aimed housing retention, and participant engagement in services and interventions.
Residential program for pregnant and parenting teens and young adults who have been victims of abuse. Participants receive intensive education in parenting their young children, attend high school or GED classes, enroll in vocational or job skills training, and participate in nightly group meetings. Residents stay for 12-14 months.
451 Blue Hill Avenue Boston MA 02121
The Priority Population Program at Children’s Services of Roxbury works directly with priority families, such as teen parents, to improve parenting skills, increase knowledge of child development and learning activities, expand social support, and promote positive parent-child interactions
504 and 520 Dudley Street Roxbury MA 02119
A national program for young people in need of immediate help and safety. A young person can go to one of the locations if they are in a crisis or need a place to stay.
Contact: Text 4HELP (44357) the word “safe” with current location to receive information on the closest Safe Place site.
St. Mary’s Home welcomes young women between ages 13 to 21 years old at any stage in their pregnancy or postpartum. Residents live at St. Mary’s Home for approximately one year, where they learn parenting skills and increase their independent life skills, while also pursuing educational, vocational, and personal goals.