CHC changes the lives of young parents and their children every day! We empower and educate young moms and dads, ages 14 - 26, both one‐on‐one and in groups. With our support, young parents will enjoy healthy pregnancies, give birth to full‐term babies, learn solid parenting skills, complete high school, and plan for higher education or a career.

Full-term pregnancies
Healthy birth weights
Fewer subsequent pregnancies
Knowledge of child development
Good parenting skills
Completion of high school
Post-graduation for school or work
Improved family stability
Economic self-sufficiency
Increased self-esteem

CHC changes the community as well! Without proper education, advocacy and support teen parents will have a significantly higher chance of using the social welfare system – cash assistance, food stamps, subsidized housing and involvement with Children & Youth protective services. We prepare these young parents to nurture their children and to become self‐sufficient and productive.

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CHC sponsors free childbirth classes, support groups, career counseling and other advocacy services to teens throughout Bucks & Montgomery Counties at dozens of locations. Through a practical and direct approach, this program brings the following to our community:

Education of pregnant teens to help prevent recurring pregnancies
Education of teen parents regarding preventive health practices to prevent costly medical problems
Education of adolescent parents regarding basic family skills so that their children will be able to enter school ready to learn
Support for pregnant teens to complete their high school program/GED and develop job skills to overcome barriers to employment to secure stable employment at a living wage
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3 Reasons to Donate to CHC Today:
100% of CHC's mothers receive prenatal care.
CHC's graduation rate is 94% vs. 25% nationally.
89% of our income goes directly to program.

Which Means:
Healthy birth weights for babies.
Babies are ready to learn.
Stable Families.

Growing Self-Sufficiency Today =
A Stronger Community Tomorrow

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I loved being able to interact with other teen moms with similar issues and problems.