For Torey Covington, motherhood was a journey that she expected to face alone. “I was 19 and pregnant and didn’t have any support from my child’s father,” Covington says. “I couldn’t even finish school.” “I was young and lost, and I didn’t know where I was heading.” “But as soon as I met my case worker from Baby University, MaryBeth Steffey, I knew I was in good hands.” Since 2015, Baby University has been partnering with expectant parents and those with young children to create sustainable futures so children can thrive. The Chattanooga-based program focuses on childhood development from prenatal stages to preschool. And it provides mothers and fathers with the tools to enhance a child’s stability while achieving their […]
The goal of Chattanooga Community Kitchen is to lessen the poverty and despair among the homeless in the city of Chattanooga and to restore dignity and self-reliance to those they serve.
Chattanooga Community Kitchen
717 E 11 Street
P.o. Box 11203
Chattanooga, TN 37401