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Due to technical difficulties that are out of our team’s control, we will immediately shift our digital space to a new page.
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Thank You

On August 3, 2022 the Seventh District AME Church delivered 276 packages of baby wipes as part of their annual conference. 

We are incredibly grateful for their donation and partnership.  Pictured here is Rev. Vant, who coordinated the donation.

For more information about the Seventh District AME Church, please visit:

Seventh District AME Church Website

Bowling for Babies - Postponed

Our Bowling for Babies Event has been postponed.
Please watch for information for our new date in the fall.

Little Steps Navigates COVID-19

Our Care Coordinator, Melena Hood, discusses how Triple P services have continued to help young parents during the pandemic. 

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Upstate Biz SC Highlights Little Steps 

In February of 2021, Upstate Biz visited Little Steps to get the scoop on all things Little Steps for their Non-Profit Minute segment. Our Program Director, Becca Turner, explains the history of Little Steps and our program offerings. 

Watch the segment here

Little Steps Receives Healthy Greenville 2036 Initiative Grant

Little Steps to receive part of Greenville Health System’s Healthy Greenville 2036 grants. This will enable Little Steps to provide more individualized case management to help young families determine their best path forward.

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WYFF Segment

Little Steps helps and educates teen mothers. Watch Video

Loaves and Fishes:
Nourishing Young Families

Seventeen-year old Tyra has many responsibilities that other teenagers don’t have. She is a mother to four-month-old Harmony, a beautiful, happy baby girl with hazel eyes. Tyra must provide for herself and her daughter now – and ensure a future that includes financial stability for both of them.

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Greenville County First Steps Supports Teen Mothers & Helps Reduce Barriers to High School Graduation through BabySteps

THE most successful teen mom drop-out prevention effort the District has undertaken in 20+ years.

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