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Student Parenting and Family Services

Last Updated: 11/11/2014 11:26:59 AM


Student Parenting and Family Services


181 Mitchell Dr

New Haven, CT 06511-

Primary Phone

(203) 497-7455

Primary Fax

(203) 946-2938

CEO/Executive Director

Robin Moore Evans

Board Chair

Bonnie Bayuk

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Organization received a competitive grant from the community foundation in the past five years




 Student Parenting and Family Services’ (SPFS) mission is to help teenage parents remain in school and achieve academically and to support the emotional, cognitive, social and physical development of members of adolescent families. SPFS works to accomplish this mission by achieving the following goals:

1)  To facilitate the access of teenage parents to public education;

2)  To provide school-based, integrated support services for teenage parents and care for their children, including early childhood and parenting education, and social services;

3) To foster the emotional, educational, social and physical development of the children of teenage parents; and

4) To improve the academic, social and economic outcomes of teenage parents.

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Elizabeth Celotto Child Care Center

Parenting Students Support Program

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