Founded in 1987, the Young Parents Program (YPP) is a place for parents or parents-to-be under the age of 25 to meet and connect with other parents in a friendly, casual, and inviting atmosphere. The YPP is a space for parents to share experiences and resources as well as their hopes and fears.
YPP meets every Wednesday and Friday from 12:00 to 3:30 and includes a free hot lunch at the beginning of each day. In 2016-17, the program held 68 Community Meals for parents. YPP also hosts events for the community throughout the year.
At the YPP you can participate in a wide range of activities, workshops and discussions while your kids join in the childcare program. As a YPP parent you will also have access to free children’s clothing, toys, and accessories.
All of the YPP activities are free unless noted, and two bus tickets are available for each parent at the end of every session.
If you want to find out more about the YPP or get involved, call Allyson at (514) 481-0277, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.