2017 Fashioning the Future

Ascentria Care Alliance directs two programs for teenage mothers and their children. Both offer transitional living in a supportive environment for low income and often homeless mothers who, with the help of staff, gain the skills necessary to manage life successfully when they leave. Teen parents find support, counseling, training, advocacy and transitional housing within two Ascentria Teen Parent programs. The Florence House in Worcester, Massachusetts, and the Ruth House in Brockton, Massachusetts, provide housing in safe, therapeutic residential environments that build upon individual strengths in order to help young families move toward self-sufficiency.

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