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Our Mission

We are dedicated to providing stability, support, and a community for our clients. Our goal is to enable our young parents to reach their full potential as a whole family unit. To lead them to be productive, responsible parents. We aim to prevent poverty, substance abuse, and lessen the need to depend on government assistance.

Our Vision

To create a program that assures each parent is within reach of success. Giving each parent the tools and opportunity to not only graduate from high school with a plan but with a support system that will encourage a healthy lifestyle.

Our goal is to remove the stigma of the absent father and avoid the school to prison pipeline. If we can intervene in the beginning when these parents need us most, we can be a dramatic change.


Our Commitment To Inclusion

We believe every parent has what it takes. A Mother’s Love Foundation supports all youth parents of every race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, social economic status and religion in search of reaching their full potential.

So many young parents have lost their way simply because they don’t know where to start. They can’t or don’t have the resources, family, or experiences.


Tiffany Johnson-Minor

As a parent of a special needs child, I know firsthand how difficult it is and almost impossible at times to make all the meetings, return all the emails, find all the classes, and on top of that keeping a full time job. This led me to depression, caused me to become angry, stressed and withdrawn. I felt like a failure as a parent. The burden that I carried on my shoulder was unbearable no one understood what I was going through because no one around me had been through it. So, I took a leap and changed my career around a little and made it, so I was available to attend the meetings and pick up the calls, but it did not matter because I was lost, I had no idea what I was hearing I needed help I had no Idea how to advocate for my child. I want to break those boundaries and connect the parents with the school in a way that they are partners. Many times, the schools have an assumption that parents do not care about their children’s education or behaviors but that is not it they just do not have the ability to get off work and its destroying parents to have to choose between keeping a roof over their family’s head or fighting for their child’s education. I understand the need to have a second pair of eyes, a helping hand to assist with all the leg work it takes to get results.