The Margaret Hudson Program

Creating healthy futures
for teen families

Congratulations! Tulsa Seniors Graduate
On May 17th, at 3:00 PM, MHP Tulsa Seniors gathered at the Mabee Center to receive the diplomas which they worked hard to achieve. Through the contributions of donors and the support of the community, these graduating seniors had the opportunity to attend a school that gave them the resources and care they needed to succeed. We sincerely congratulate all of our 2016 graduates and alumnae, and we thank the supporters who made their achievements possible. MHP Tulsa Valedictorian, Naeyli Orozco, amazed the crowd with her heartfelt speech. "We have persevered and overcome difficulties," she said. Nationally, only 50% of teen mothers graduate high school by age 22, but Naeyli and her peers proved that they are more than a statistic. We wish all of the 2016 graduates the best of luck as they continue on to college or their careers! Families and friends gathered on May 16 to celebrate with the Tulsa MHP seniors. SEE MORE PHOTOS ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE!  
Contratulation to our Broken Arrow Class of 2016!  
On May 10, Broken Arrow seniors and their families and friends gathered to celebrate their success.   SEE MORE PHOTOS ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE!  

Our Mission: The Margaret Hudson Program provides comprehensive academic and family support services to help teen mothers succeed in life and parent healthy families.

Our Vision: Empowering Teen Families for Lifelong Success.

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To make a donation with a check, please mail to: Margaret Hudson Program, 1136 S. Allegheny Ave., Tulsa OK 74112. Attn: Dayna Smith.

Your support helps us provide the services pregnant and parenting teens need to create healthy futures for themselves and their children.

If you wish to donate items to our childcare area, please see our wishlist.

The Margaret Hudson Program is a nonprofit, Partner Agency of Tulsa Area United Way. The Margaret Hudson Program provides to pregnant and parenting teen mothers. MHP helps teen mothers achieve healthy pregnancies, raise healthy infants and learn child development concepts. Our programs prepare students to support stable, nurturing and self-supporting families through comprehensive academic, childcare, healthcare and social support services.