Best Parent Resource Pregnancy/Childbirth
An everyday resource for teen parent families in the palm of your hand.
This site was created to help you along your journey to master self-leadership: bringing your baby home, first job, first apartment, certification programs, and more!
Thank you to our generous sponsor
Rosemary's Babies Co. provides a safe space, education, and financial support for teen parents & families in Ohio, Kentucky,
& Indiana. Free Service.
(Moms & Dads 13-19 years)
9-12 years olds accepted
"Rosemary's Babies Co. mission is to help teen parents master the concept of self-leadership to leave a legacy."
PROGRAM & RESOURCES: Best In Class
Seeds to Inspire
Tuesdays at 5:30-7:00 pm
Pickup Available Text by 3:30 pm
FREE. Food/Snacks provided. Focus on parenting, professional, and personal behaviors. Peer Support. Babies & Fathers welcome. Learn more.
Holloway House & Resource Center
a future managed site for teen parent families. The facility will provide business & educational resources as well as transitional housing, a continuation of care, workforce development, and address any/all needs related to teen parents. Learn more.
35% of teen parents in Hamilton County are homeless with their babies.
These children have no place to go.
Holloway House & Resource Center is an expansion of our current services with a NEW facility. HH will be a unique managed facility that provides supportive housing and educational resources for teen parent families in Greater Cincinnati. This 6,400 sq ft. facility will offer respite, wellness, a state-of-the-art tech lab, and a safe space for the entire community.
This premier facility will be the first in the area wholly focusing on teen parent homelessness and the eradication of the cycle of pregnancy and poverty. (Learn more)
Total Families Served
100% of parents had healthy pregnancies / 0% infant mortality for teens in our program
100% of parents enrolled in school, attended regularly, or received GED
100% of parents increase their ability to support their child’s development
100% of program participants gained access to appropriate healthcare including mental healthcare
99.97% of teen parents reported no intended repeat pregnancies.