House of Hearts, Inc. mission is to provide resources within our community that will strengthen motherhood by offering services to pregnant teens and young mothers to enhance, develop, and create exceptional outcomes.
Strengthening our community by empowering pregnant teens and young mothers, through coaching, self-realization, and financial stability.
House of Hearts, Inc. 501(c)3 non-profit organization focusing on the needs of pregnant teens and young mothers. We provide a safe environment and comprehensive program of change. Our goal is to empower our young women and provide the needed tools for a better life. Our goal is to have a continual referral base for women we serve within the social services system who require assistance in the development of motherhood, to conduct charity events to ensure financial stability for our various programs and payroll, and have successful stories of House of Hearts graduates from school, in addition to our program. We offer continual programs beneficial to the growth and development of our young women such as parenting, nutritional cooking and financial literacy classes, and peer sessions. To offer continual enrichment program through tutoring, music, art, fitness and yoga. This program will assist in building confidence and encourage self-expression, allowing clients to become responsible and productive role models, as young mothers..
House of Hearts, Inc strives to empower young mothers to make better choices for a brighter tomorrow by making their welfare and the welfare of their children our first priority and centering out programs around proven interventions that are practical and feasible in Charlotte.
Preconception Health Model—works to reduce the risk of maternal, and infant death and pregnancy-related complications by increasing access to quality preconception (before pregnancy) and interconception (between pregnancies) care; seeks to improve health behaviors that lead to a healthier female entering pregnancy.
Access to comprehensive family planning and reproductive health services.
Pregnancy Care Management—offers entry into a pregnancy medical home and case management services for pregnancy through two months after delivery to all Medicaid eligible women.
Intensive home visiting programs such as Nurse Family Partnership and Healthy Families America – work to improve prenatal care utilization and birth outcomes, increase parenting skills and decrease child neglect and maltreatment.
Parenting support through validated models such as Triple P.
NC Care Coordination for Children—a free and voluntary program that works to connect families with services for children and families.