There, the 17-year-old
The Moms2B Baby Shower on Wednesday at the
Wednesday's event featured about 15 vendors that provided information about the different resources available to mothers and collaborated to build a healthier community, said
"A lot of people just don't know where to go for the services, so we bring them all under one roof," said
Veronica was part of a group of teen moms who attended the baby shower.
They connected with the Penn State Extension, which provided information about healthy meals for children, a dentist who spoke to the mothers about child dental health and other community organizations including
"When I was pregnant, I just moved to the school and I felt like it was only me," said Veronica, who has a 2-year-old son. At the baby shower, she met other teen moms while discovering all the maternal support available in the
"I know there's a lot of people out there willing to help," said
Wednesday was the first Moms2B Baby Shower in
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