Overview

  • Being a parent is a tough job at times. Being a teen parent is even more challenging. That’s why the ELECT Teen Parenting Program is offering support to young moms and dads attending participating schools in the Midwestern IU service area. 

    The primary focus of this program is to:
      • assist young parents to stay in school, or to return to school and graduate,
      • assist young parents to plan for their future, and
      • become contributing citizens

    Services provided include, but are not limited to:
    • Academic support
    • Parenting education
    • Labor and delivery information
    • Summer programs
    • Career preparation/Job training
    • Transition services
    • Post-secondary planning
    • Home visits

Teen Parenting Brochure PDF

  • Teen Parenting Brochure

    The ELECT Teen Parenting Program provides support services to pregnant and parenting teenagers who are working to obtain their high school diploma or GED certification.

    The focus of the program is to help the students graduate from high school or earn their GED, prepare for their future and become contributing citizens.

    The ELECT program is available to both female and male students and can be a valuable resource for families of the young parent involved in the program.

    Services provided include, but are not limited to:
    Academic support
    Parenting education
    Pre-natal care
    Summer programs
    Career preparation/Job training
    Transition services
    Post-secondary planning
    Home visits

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Teen Parenting Brochure

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