Springfield Pregnant & Parenting Teen Project.
SPPTP offers teen parents case management, educational support and group services.
The Springfield Pregnant and Parenting Teen Project (SPPTP) is a network of Springfield based service providers established by the YEAH! Network and coordinated through Partners for a Healthier Community to deliver comprehensive, integrated services that address the broad needs of pregnant and parenting teens.
This program was created to increase the self–sufficiency of pregnant and parenting teens and young adults ages 12-24 by providing supports that enable them to graduate high school or earn a GED, delay subsequent pregnancies and ensure that their infants & children are on track for optimal development.
The organizations in the SPPTP Network include Behavioral Health Network,Gandara, Square One, and other community based organizations and public service agencies. The SPPTP team currently has the capacity to serve 100 Springfield pregnant or parenting teens annually and is working to identify the true need in Springfield and expand our capacity to meet that need.
For more information contact us at (413) 732-5183