The Teen and Tot Program (TTP) is a program focused on adolescent pregnancy and parenting, located within Boston Medical Center’s Adolescent Center. It serves pregnant and parenting people under age 23 and their children.
The TTP provides a full range of postpartum, adolescent, and pediatric primary care for both you and your baby at the same visit. We also provide mental health support, family planning, and case management services. We work closely with your prenatal provider to make sure you receive the right care before and after you give birth.
Our goal is to help your whole family stay healthy, and we’ll work with you to make sure you have all the tools and resources you need to be strong parents.
Programs and Services
Centering Parenting Group
Treatments & Services
- Primary care
- Mental health care
- Support with resource needs (e.g., transportation, food, clothing, or housing for the family)
- Referrals to community programs
- Family planning, including birth control
- Breastfeeding support
- Nutrition counseling
- Tracking your child’s growth and development
- Parenting support, coaching, and education
- Coordination of care with prenatal provider
- Mental health services
- Centering Parenting Group (currently on pause due to COVID-19)
Below is the monthly calendar for free activities for parents and children. Activities are offered at select Boston Children's Libraries.
To sign up for a free Boston Public Library Card, click this link
Activities and Education for Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults
Help with Employment, Food, Housing, and More
Care Transition Assistance
Mental Health Resources
This program is supported in part by the Boston Public Health Commission, Boston Healthy Start Initiative.
You can learn more about recent program highlights on HealthCity.