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For more than 40 years, the Margaret Hudson Program (MHP) has helped pregnant and parenting teens complete high school, deliver healthy babies, and gain valuable parenting and life skills. The Margaret Hudson Program is a non-profit,Tulsa Area United Way agency dedicated to providing young teen families the skills necessary to be healthy, self-sufficient members of the community. Pregnancy and parenting bring many new and unexpected challenges to an adolescent’s life, but with encouragement and support, teen families can and do succeed.

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The program provides and is a resource for: Academic and Vocational Education, Health Services, Counseling and Outreach, Parenting and Life Skills Education, and an on-site DHS Three Star Rated (the highest rating) Childcare. In addition, an on-site Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) office provides nutritional assistance to those who qualify.

Through a collaborative partnership with the Broken Arrow Public Schools, students of the Margaret Hudson Program can continue their education in a school setting with other pregnant and parenting teens who share similar concerns and interests. MHP offers pregnant and parenting teens an opportunity to move forward with their lives in a very positive manner and can help turn a life-changing challenge into a life-changing opportunity.

The Margaret Hudson Program is now accepting applications for the 2015-2016 school year. Pregnant and parenting teens that live in Broken Arrow or students who can transfer into the Broken Arrow Public School District are eligible to attend. Enrollment packets may be picked up at Margaret Hudson from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Margaret Hudson is located at 751 W. Knoxville in Broken Arrow. For additional information, please call 918-251-2647.

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