HOPE Helping Our Parenting students Excel

Trauma-Resilient Educational Communities (TREC)

HOPE supports teenage and adult students who are pregnant or parenting, with personalized learning, safe spaces, community connections, and resources. The program includes curriculum, child-friendly areas, support groups, and material resources.

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About the Program

HOPE (Helping Our Parenting students Excel) exists to create a child-friendly and supportive environment where our teenage and adult students who are pregnant or parenting can be successful in their educational and parenting journey. We provide a safe personalized learning environment, which includes one on one attention, flexibility, connection to community resources, and workforce and college and career planning. The HOPE program provides curriculum, child-friendly areas, support groups, and material resources for parenting teens and their children.

Learning Outcomes

  • Enhanced resilience and adaptability
  • Improved academic achievement and motivation
  • Increased self-awareness
  • Improved social skills and relationships
  • Increased send of purpose and meaning in life
  • Improved communication skills
  • Greater sense of connection and belonging

Opportunities

Schools

Schools

Social Services

Social Service Agencies

Community-Based Organizations

Community-Based Organizations

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Students become teen mothers every year1
1 CDC
Teen mothers receive a high school diploma by age 222
2 Source
Unmarried teen mothers relying on public assistance3
3 U.S. Census Bureau
Teenage mothers experience depression, anxiety, and other mental health problems4
4 Journal of Adolescent Health
I like the attention they give. Even if you are not seeking it, they always make sure you're good. Your family's good, your kid's good, whatever they could help with, they do.
Andrew Diaz
Parenting Student

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We have a team of experts here to assist you throughout the entire process of training and implementing your own TREC Resiliency Program.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Who is eligible to participate in the program?

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The HOPE Program is open to pregnant and parenting teens and young adults.

What types of resources and support are provided?

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Resources and support provided  include personalized learning plans, access to child-friendly spaces and supplies, individualized attention, and connections to community resources and services.

Are fathers of the children also able to participate in the program?

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The eligibility of fathers to participate may vary based on the organization's decision, but most programs include services for fathers and/or refer them to other support services.

Are there any costs associated with participating in the program?

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Participation in the HOPE Program is free for its participants; however, there may be associated costs for some community-based services.

Are there any childcare options provided during class time?

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The HOPE Program provides a child-friendly area which allows the children to be present and with their parent through their participation.

What types of community resources are provided to participants?

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Community resources provided may include access to healthcare, housing assistance, financial assistance, and childcare resources.

How is progress and success measured in the program?

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Progress and success is measured through attendance records, academic performance, and the overall well-being of the student and their child(ren).

Are there any post-program resources available to program participants?

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Post-program resources may include referrals to other community services, ongoing support services, and networking opportunities.

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