The Morning Edition - K-W | Sep 27, 2013 | 8:17

Teen mothers find safe haven at Monica's Place in Cambridge

Chanyce Edwards was thrown out of her house when she told her mom she was pregnant at 17 on top of stares and rude comments from strangers. She turned to Monica's Place for help and has lived there for the past 2 years and now wants to be a social worker.

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