Founded in 1883, the YWCA of Rochester & Monroe County provides support for pregnant and parenting teens and their babies. Located in Rochester, N.Y., it is a nonprofit organization that offers housing facilities for disadvantaged women of all ages. The organization serves women who face several problems, such as poverty, hunger, unemployment, homelessness, teenage motherhood, and drug and alcohol dependency. The YWCA of Rochester & Monroe County provides emergency, transitional, long-term and affordable housing options. Its supportive living residential program assists women in rebuilding self-esteem and developing problem-solving skills. The organization s Nutrition Outreach Project helps families prescreen for Food Stamps and other food programs eligibility. The YWCA of Rochester & Monroe County additionally offers case management services to pregnant and parenting teen girls between the ages of 13 and 19.