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Young Parent Support

The Michigan Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenting Program (MI-APPP) supports young parents by offering strength-based 1:1 case management and support services designed specifically for young parents. The program funds several local community agencies across Michigan to provide these services to both mothers and fathers individually, or together if preferred.

The goal of MI-APPP is to create an integrated system of care to improve the education, health, and social outcomes of young parents and their families in high-need Michigan communities. Through this integrated system, MI-APPP aims to reduce unplanned repeat pregnancies; strengthen access to and completion of secondary education; improve maternal and child health outcomes; and strengthen familial connections and community support networks.

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CONTACT
Hillary Brandon, MPH (she/her)
Parenting Youth Programs Coordinator
E: brandonh@michigan.gov
P: 517-388-1860 (call or text)