Adolescents and Young Adults
We want to make sure young mothers and fathers have the support they need to raise healthy, happy children.
The Healthy Generations Program is a "teen-tot" program that provides medical care, family planning, case management, social work, and mental health services for teenaged parents and their children.
The program is family-centered, educating parents during their child’s well visit. This promotes hands-on interaction between parent and child and strengthens the relationship between patient and provider.
We also connect parents with community resources and services, such as the Women, Infant, and Children program.
Last year, Healthy Generations served over 375 families. Teen parents in the program are more likely than average to be in school, graduate, and not become pregnant again.
- 82 percent of adolescents enrolled in the program graduated or stayed in high school
- 74 percent of parents reported the use of contraceptives – just shy of the program goal of 80
- Only 9 percent of participants became pregnant again– much lower than the 15 percent goal
- Participating children also have higher rates of immunization and Head Start enrollment
Parents can participate in the Healthy Generations program at the following locations:
Care for Teens & Adolescents
For more details on the care and wellness resources we offer teens, explore our:
Through the Healthy Generations program, we offer healthcare and related services for young parents up to 18 years old and their children and for parents up to 19 years old with a special needs child.
Care for Infants and Children
- Well-child physicals
- Developmental assessments
- Care during illnesses
Care for Teen Parents
- Family planning services/birth control
- Gynecologic care
- Parenting education
- Psychosocial and nutritional services
Teen pregnancy web sites for teens and their families include: