information for Parents

In the past, we have held a Mother Daughter Tea to celebrate strong women in our young ladies lives

Even though YoungLives is especially for teenage mothers and their children, parents and other adults in the community are important to YoungLives. Adults can support in a variety of ways — by becoming a volunteer leader or committee member, by attending a YoungLives fund-raising event, by hosting YoungLives, or by simply telling others in the community about YoungLives and its commitment to teens, and by committing to pray for this ministry & the lives it can impact .

Our Meetings 

We hold weekly meetings in Richmond. The meetings we host are:




We minister to girls from: John Marshall High School, Highland Springs High School, Henrico High School, Huguenot High School, Armstrong High School, James River High School, Performing Learning Center and Meadowbrook High School. Our goal is to include other area high schools in the Richmond area. 

In our RVA Community
unnamed-1.jpg August 2016, Seven of our ladies went through training and are Certified Lay Health Promoters

One of our meetings, "4-Life" is about connecting our teen moms with resources and having them learn about their community, different jobs and opportunities in order to provide hope. We have had guests come in and speak about their job, as well as guests like doctors and physical therapists that have come in to speak about postnatal care and taking care of their bodies. On this 4-Life night we also take the opporunity to learn and give back to our community. For example, we visit local nursing homes and enjoy learning about history in Richmond, such as going on a tour of Maggie Walker's home. 


YoungLives Richmond | PO Box 7189 Richmond, VA 23221-0189

Phone: (804) 301-9031

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