July 22, 2024


Blue Hills Healthy Families and
Young Parents’ Initiative
210 Winter St., Suite 306, Weymouth 02188
Provides home visiting services to first time
teen parents for the first three years of their
child’s life.
Click here for website.
(Click on “Programs and Services”)

Jewish Family & Children’s Services
Family & Children's Services offers
a comprehensive group of programs
designed to strengthen families and
support individuals through
challenging times.
Click here for website.

Massachusetts Mothers of Twins     781-646-8946
29 Fairmont St., Arlington 02474
Click here for website.

Milton Early Childhood Alliance     617-696-2262
495 Canton Avenue
Offers a variety of parent education
workshops. Watch for flyers distributed
through preschools, public schools,
family child care homes and the
Parent Resource Center at the
Milton Public Library.
Click here for website.

Parent Resource Center     617-698-5757
476 Canton Avenue
Located in the Milton Public Library
Children’s Room. A cooperative project
between the Milton Early Childhood
Alliance and the Milton Public Library.
Contains over 500 books, tapes and
magazines for parents and
Click here for website.

Families First Parenting Programs
99 Bishop Richard Allen Dr
., Cambridge 02139
Strengthens families of all backgrounds
and life circumstances by providing
parenting education and support
through seminars, workshops and
Click here for website.

Seaside Mothers of Multiples
45 Pond St., Norwell
Meets the second Wednesday of
each month from September to June.
Click here for website.

South Shore Mothers of Multiples
A non-profit support group for mothers
and expectant mothers of twins and higher
order multiples. The group meets on the second
Monday of every month in the community
room at Roche Bros. in Quincy.
Click here for website.

Stroller Strides
Stroller Strides and LUNA Moms Club of Milton
and Braintree help give you the strength for
motherhood. Stroller Strides is a fun and effective
fitness program for moms that they can do
with their stroller-aged children. The first class
is free. The schedule and venue change with
the weather and demand, so visit their website at: