Teen Parent Support

About the Program

The Teen Parent Program provides support and services to pregnant or parenting teens.  Teen parent services were established to assist young mothers in making a plan for themselves and their baby and to access additinal support and services.  Teen parent services are voluntary.  


  • Teens who are under the age of 18 and pregnant.
  • Teens who are under the age of 18 and already parenting.

Provided Services

  • Assistance for the pregnant or parenting teen in establishing a plan for herself and her child.
  • Outreach assistance to pregnant or parenting teens for service/resource referrals. A sample of these include: counseling, financial and medical assistance, housing options, childcare options, and paternity or child support services. 
  • Case management services to help identify individual and family strengths, areas of growth, and identify supportive adults to help the teen parent thrive. 

Referral Contact

 Kaitlyn Mabusth

Teen Parent Social Worker

Email: kaitlyn.mabusth@co.wright.mn.us

Phone: 763-682-7498

Fax: 763-682-7701