The YWCA Teen Parent Mentor Program (TPMP), serving mothers ages 19 and younger, has participated in ongoing efforts that promote the reduction of racial, ethnic, or socioeconomic health disparities among program participants and within the community. Participants receive individual and peer group support while learning about health and social factors that impact their families such as the importance of education, nutrition, prenatal care, positive parenting, child neglect and abuse, breastfeeding, safe housing, and job readiness skills.

Participants benefit from positive encouragement through case managers and mentors who help teen mothers succeed in school. Our volunteer doulas are trained to provide emotional, informational, and physical support before, during, and after childbirth. The information and support offered through group connections helps moms deliver healthy babies, raise school-ready children, and postpone subsequent births to beyond adolescence.

The Teen Parent Mentor Program receives generous support from United Way of Greater Greensboro, Cone Health Foundation, and Guilford County.

Components of the Teen Parent Mentor Program include:


Pack ‘n Play Initiative


Our Pack ‘n Play Initiative is an effort to raise awareness about the dangers of co-sleeping. Utilizing Pack ‘n Plays encourages safe sleeping, reduces the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), and other sleep-related causes of infant death.

How You Can Help

Financial investments in the Teen Parent Mentor Program are always appreciated.  Your support will make a difference in the lives of young mothers committing to growing as young leaders in their families and in our community.

Become a mentor to offer one-on-one guidance to TPMP participants:  Volunteer – YWCA of Greensboro Eliminating Racism, Empowering Women (

Make a Referral

If you or someone you know could benefit from the services our Parenting Case Managers offer, submit a referral using the button below:

Teen Parent Mentor Program Needs:

New or Gently Worn Clothes (sizes preemie to 5T)

New or Gently Worn Shoes (sizes 1 to 11)

Pack ‘n Play

Car seats


Diapers (sizes newborn to 6)

Pull-ups (sizes 2T – 5T)



Feminine products

Bottles and nipples



(Please keep in mind that due to liability and the risks of the unknown history of car seats, pack n’ plays, infant furniture, and infant feeding supplies, we cannot accept used/open box items. Please call to confirm your infant needs donation.)

Jessica Green, Parenting Programs Service Coordinator
Desiree King, Parenting Programs Service Coordinator