Since 1860, St. Ann's has provided a refuge for needy women and children in the Metropolitan Washington area. Our children's program provides residential care and services to infants and children who have been removed from home due to abuse, abandonment and neglect. Our Teen Mother-Baby program provides at-risk pregnant and parenting teens between the ages of 13 and 19 a home, supportive services, and the chance to continue their education at our on-site, fully accredited high school. Faith House is subsidized housing, child care and support services for single mothers between the ages of 18-25 who are struggling to build a stable home life and financial stability for themselves and their children. Lastly, St. Ann's provides developmental day care for the children of working families.