Crittenton Programs and Services
We have worked throughout our history to support and empower pregnant adolescents and women in North Carolina. Founded in 1903, we offer four primary programs.
Through a comprehensive continuum of services, Crittenton provides support and services to help women and families thrive. By using an array of residential, counseling, education, treatment, and preventive services for women and children, our focus is to break cycles of trauma, neglect and abuse. These programs and services are specifically designed to support the health, safety and futures as we counsel and empower our women.
Maternity- a comprehensive program designed to provide security and healing for expecting mothers of all ages. Learn More
Mother/Child “Sarah’s House” – a residential parenting program educating and preparing young mothers to build a better future. Learn More
Independent Living “Legacy Hall” – a residential program supporting non-pregnant teens currently in foster care. Learn More
Parenting Education – a program for women who have participated in our Maternity or Sarah’s House program providing ongoing support as they transition into the community. Learn More
At Crittenton we provide an array of services designed to ensure the safety and health of our clients, ultimately equipping and empowering them to live independently.
Health Care and Prenatal Care
Life Skills Development
Group & Individual Counseling
Career and Vocational Training
Substance & Alcohol Abuse Prevention
Individual Plan Development
Education & Tutoring
Early Childhood Development
Financial Support & Scholarships
Healthy Relationships Curriculum