Many Mothers

Tumbleweeds | No Mama is an Island

The Many Mothers postpartum parenting group sheds loneliness and spreads laughter: a drop-in weekly gathering offers a space where new caregivers–mostly moms–connect with each other. Many Mothers started this group for parents and children from birth to preschool age.  It came at the request of many of the 100-plus families we support annually, who described coming home from work stressed, not spending enough time with their children, and feeling isolated from friends and family.
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The Santa Fean | Parenting doesn’t have to be done alone

“Changes in the structure of our society mean that mothers often don’t have the support from extended family or religious communities the way they did in the past,” Nancy Guthrie says.
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Radio Interview for National Volunteer Week

Listen to our Program Director, Melissa Willis, talk about the importance of volunteers during National Volunteer Week on the Ricard Eeds Show.
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