Young Mothers Program

The purpose of this program is to enlist young mothers, ages 16-23, who are in need of guidance and support to guide them through channels that will promote their overall well-being and the well-being of their children. Resource personnel and staff meet twice a month with the young ladies to help them become more focused and proactive in their lives.

Our first group of young mothers graduated in June 2013. Many of them are attending college or working full time.

Our new program is set to launch in 2015.


Teen Girls Program:


This program is geared towards girls ages 12-17 that live in the Alexandria Area. This program meets every first and third Thursday from 6:30p.m.-8:00p.m. at Cora Kelly Recreation Center in Alexandria, VA. Some of the topics include: etiquette training, lessons on self-esteem, self-respect and self-worth, setting goals, respect for others, sex education, relationships, study skills and much more. Each girl must register for this program.


With the growth of the Alexandria Teen Girls Program, there became a demand for a teen girls program in Arlington, VA. Our pilot program was in launched in February 2014, focusing on many of the same topics as the Alexandria Teen Girls program.

Young Girls Program (Drew Model School):

This program is for 4th and 5th grade girls at Drew Model School in Arlington, Va. This is a two year program in which the young ladies enter in the 4th grade and continue the program into the 5th grade. This program meets every Monday from 3:45-4:45p.m. Each girl is selected by the school counselor and principal based upon need. This program provides each young girl with personal development skills for everyday living and the transition into middle school.

As Jireh’s Place is expanding, there are a host of other programs that the organization is looking to launch in the next few years.