Hotlines and other helpful resources
Teen Mothers Program
YWCA of Bucks County
2425 Trevose Road
Trevose, PA 19053 215-953-7793
Group program open to teen/expectant teen mothers to help them stay in school, learn life and parenting skills, prevent repeat pregnancy; individual counseling, peer support and some recreation; transportation provided in Lower Bucks; telephone counseling by social worker available.
Call for information 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday.
Now what do you do? Here are some answers to your questions:
Where can I get a pregnancy test?
1) Your local doctors office.
2) You can go to a store and get an in-home pregnancy test. They cost around 10 to 20 dollars.
3) Check out this link:
After a pregnancy test has confirmed
that you are indeed pregnant, you need to decide if you will keep your baby,
put the baby up for adoption or terminate your pregnancy.
You need to:
Some local schools offer on-site licensed daycare and alternative education such as:
The Teen Outreach Programs
call 591-4504 for programs in your area
Being a parent at any age is hard work. It is more difficult as a teen because you have to juggle many other things. School for one. Ask for help...
* Check your telephone book.
* Ask your local doctors office.
*Ask a parent or friend.
What will you learn in these classes?
Parent Hotlines and Internet sites
Being a Teen Parent