ED 313 169. PS 018 458.
|Statement||John Bradwell...[et al.].|
|Series||ERIC reports, Bulletin / Alabama State Department of Education -- 1982,No.5|
|Contributions||Alabama. Education Department., Educational Resources Information Center.|
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A personal nurse will come to your home to provide prenatal care, parenting education, and referrals, and counseling when you need it most through your pregnancy and until your baby is 2 years old. NFP has been proven to improve pregnancy outcomes, child and parent . The Your Child online library, a resource provided by the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital at the University of Michigan Medical School, addresses these issues and many more. The library was designed to provide parents with helpful, U-M pediatrician-approved information on . Scholarship for Single Parents. Scholarship for single parents to continue post-secondary education Contact: Children & Family Resource Center Case Street, Hendersonville Steps of Courage. Faith-based shelter for women and their children facing family violence Contact: South Grover Street. including pregnant and parenting teens, in order to promote an optimal transition through adolescent developmental milestones into a healthy young adulthood. • Advance a comprehensive and sustainable local community effort to improve the community environment for adolescents through the development of a coordinated community plan.