MN Community Resource List

Teen Resources

Becoming Program- for Pregnant and Parenting Teens

The Becoming Program provides young women information on how to stay healthy throughout a pregnancy and prepare for parenting or adoption. This program is available for individuals ages 12-26 who live in Carver, Scott, or Western Hennepin county and is a free program offered by myHealth. For more information:

Between Us & Aqua Para Ti

Are you a teen or young adult looking for confidential care in a non-judgmental environment? For pregnancy tests, family planning, sexually transmitted infection testing and treatment – anything sexual health related. We can bill your insurance, or cover it for free if you need it to be private. You can bring your parents or come alone. Aqua Para Ti info here.

Bright Beginnings Youth Parent Program (Family Wise)

Family Wise's Youth Parent Program offers a program for pregnant and new parents ages 12-21. Free to participants.  Email Questions and Referrals to their Youth Services Case Manager  or call 612-877-7835.

TeenHOPE (Hennepin County Residents) (note: after clicking link, click on "learn more" under Family Health, and scroll down to bottom of page)
TeenHOPE provides Public Health Nursing case management to parents under the age of 20 who live in Hennepin County, do not have a high school diploma or GED, are currently enrolled in MFIP OR Non-MFIP parents who are 17 years old or younger or under 19 and have an infant younger than 6 months of age. Provides support, parent education, future planning and much more. Contact 612-617-4600 ext. 2.

Rural Area Resources

Bright Futures Program- Rochester

A teen pregnancy and parenting support program.  Teens may work with a public health nurse and/or social worker. Call (507) 328-7500.

Mental Health Emergency?  
  Go to the nearest Emergency Room
       Call 911      NAMI MN Crisis Resources (click here).

PPSM (PSI-MN) Mailing address:
701 Washington Ave N
Ste 111-167
Minneapolis 55401

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