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Commonly Asked Questions

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We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of common questions and answers for your convenience. Browse the section, and if you can’t find what you’re looking for, get in touch and we’ll be happy to help.

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How can I benefit from the programs you offer?

All services provided are offered to make life a little easier for our teen parents.

Our services are designed to support, strengthen, guide, educate, inspire, protect, uplift and to reform each and every young woman that enters our path. We are here to create a lifelong mentorship that you can call family. We are here to encourage you to be the BEST woman that you can be!

Our programs are structured to provide services that gives the skills for our young woman to elevate from any life situation that they may have experienced and to take it as a stepping stone and use it to take them to the next level.

Teen Parenthood is just one of the first steps to being a magnificent adult!

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Is there a fee to utilize your service?

The Supportive Transitional Living program has some fees attached. It is a program to set you up for self sufficiency. 

 However all other services we are able to offer free of charge. 

If there is ever any changes to services and or cost, all of our participants will be notified well in advance.

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Is there a deadline to register?

No. We are eager to assist you at any time you are willing to allow us!

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What are the requirements for Transitional living?

To be eligible for Transitional Living you have to meet the following criteria

  • Willing to follow the rules of the program and participate in the services designed to bring about self sufficiency

  • Aged out of Foster Care or have been in Foster Care

  • An expectant mother or parenting

  • Drug/Alcohol free and free of domestic violence and remain for the duration of the program

  • Have a Transitional Housing Voucher

  • Contact us at (520)775-1441 to learn more

*The Supportive Transitional Living Program is a future service we will offer, we will update the site when this service is available

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What happens when I sign up for services?

You will be contacted by one of our members. We will have a conversation about how we can serve you. Depending on which services you take advantage of we will create a goal plan and steps on how to assist you best and most efficiently.

Will there be transportation to support group or events?

We will provide transportation (public or private) to the support groups. The events will be reviewed case by case basis.

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I am 16 and pregnant. Am I able to be in your program?

Yes! Absolutely. We will need a parent or guardian to sign a consent form to give permission for you to participate. We may need permission throughout the program for different events or groups. If you are emancipated you would have to show proof of emancipation.

Parents/Guardians may also enroll their teen in the program. Sometimes as a parent of a teen mother it can be a bit overwhelming and we understand. Or maybe you just feel that we can be a great resource that she needs. We are able to be a support for you as well and help you with your teen's needs.

When I donate, where will my donation be applied?

The great thing about our donation link, you can choose which program your donation supports. 

Mentor Her: A donation to Mentor Her will help support the needs of each teen mother. If she is in need of diapers for her baby or maybe she needs bus fare until her next paycheck, providing services to the moms to educate them in different areas to help them develop or an opportunity to spend time with their child outside the home. Whatever the need is we want to be able to provide.

Reunification Assistance: A donation will go towards helping the mother complete her plan with DCS to return her children home or prevent them from being removed. This maybe transportation to work or appointments, purchasing appliances, helping pay her rent or security deposit, buying items her children may require or purchasing food. 

Supportive Transitional Housing: Your donation will go toward obtaining a building so that we are able to provide transitional housing to our teen moms aging out of foster care. It will also provide for their everyday living and any services in their care plan to put them on the right path to self sufficiency.

We are a Non-Profit in the State of Arizona and have our 501(c)(3) with the IRS. Our TAX ID number is 92-0282684. Our program relies on your generous donations to be able to support these teen mom's so that they can focus on being a strong mother for their children. When you can take away some of a teen mother's worries, it will build their confidence and provide the security that everything will be okay. Your donation can help save their child from entering into the foster care system, it can prevent child abuse or neglect and will lead to a healthy future for both mom and baby. Your donation IS IMPORTANT and WILL CHANGE A LIFE!

We cannot thank you enough for supporting our mission!

Mother and Son


5123 W Maldonado Rd

Laveen, AZ 85339





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