The YWCA of Greensboro offers a variety of programs for our community.

Supporting adolescent parents to get an education, acquire job skills, and improve parenting abilities helps them become self-sufficient and better able to support themselves and their families.

A family-friendly one-stop-shop to access services that help people along their journey to financial stability and career success.

Pregnant women and their partners are invited to take our adult childbirth education classes. The classes are taught by certified instructors and provide health information for women, newborn care information, breastfeeding education and support, a hospital tour and a meal during the class.

Our onsite Emergency Family Shelter serves families with minor children experiencing homelessness. Families receive meals, case management, a safe place to stay, and connections to community resources to help them obtain and maintain permanent housing.

Serving pregnant or parenting teens (ages 19 and younger) and their children through case managers, mentors, doula support, and peer group support.

Classes provided by certified instructors for our teen parenting program participants. Class Topics include: childbirth preparation, needs of expectant mothers, fitness activities, breastfeeding education and support, and newborn and postpartum care information.

Volunteer training to provide practical and emotional support to pregnant women and their families before, during, and after birth.

Working with young women aged 20 to 30, YWCA staff offer childbirth education, doula support, case management, and peer group education during pregnancy and beyond.

Community Engagement

Events for the public are held from time to time to address important issues of the day. YWCA Greensboro invites members of our community and experts to inform and educate the public on issues. The participants are encouraged to respond with questions and concerns.