Alexandria's House

Teen mother and baby

Alexandria’s House is a transitional living facility for pregnant and parenting teenagers (ages 16-20) and their babies. The home, established in 1990, has six furnished bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms as well as shared kitchen, living and laundry facilities. 

At Alexandria’s House:
  • moms and babies live in a safe, supportive and nurturing home (for up to 24 months or until the mother’s twentieth birthday)
  • babies get a healthy start with pre-natal and well-baby care 
  • young mothers learn independent living and parenting skills 
Alexandria’s House offers comprehensive case management and 24-hour staff supervision and is licensed by the state of Washington to serve pregnant and parenting teenagers who are: homeless or in transition to living independently; low-income and seeking stability and progression in school, employment or treatment services; and are unable to live with family.


While living at Alexandria’s House, resident mothers:
  • attend school and/or work 
  • work toward individual goals with a case manager 
  • meet with public health nurses 
  • participate in the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program 
  • contribute to their room and board expenses 
  • provide proper supervision and care for their babies
  • contribute to shared cooking and cleaning responsibilities 

Office: 509.489.0349
Fax: 509.487.3863

*Henshaw, Kenney, Somberg, & Van Vort, 1989