Families of multiples need all the support they can get! Check out some of these DFW groups to meet other parents and families dealing with the challenges and joys of raising multiples.
Texas Mothers of Multiples
Area: Multiple locations including Allen/McKinney, Arlington, Dallas, Garland, Fort Worth, Mid-Cities, and North Dallas.
Texas Mothers of Multiples is a state organization of local clubs for the parents of multiple birth children. The purpose of the organization is to promote awareness of multiple births, participate in research and exchange ideas and information with parents of multiples throughout the state of Texas.
Plano Area Mothers of Multiples
Cost: Club membership is $30 annually due in June of each year.
Membership dues also include membership to the National Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs (NOMOTC) and the Texas Mothers of Multiples (TMOM).
The Plano Area Mothers of Multiples organization (PAMOM) is for MOMs of multiples as well as expectant MOMs of multiples. PAMOM is dedicated to providing support to any parent or guardian of multiple-birth children. PAMOM strives to enhance knowledge and understanding of multiples through an exchange of ideas, information and communication between parents, educators, doctors and others.
Fort Worth Mothers of Multiples
Area: Fort Worth and surrounding cities
Fort Worth Mothers of Multiples (FWMoM) is an educational and support organization for the mothers of twins, triplets and more.
Dallas Mothers of Twins and Triplets
Area: Dallas and surrounding cities
The Dallas Mothers of Twins and Triplets Club (DMOTTC) is a support organization for Mothers of Multiples (M.O.M.s). DMOTTC provides an opportunity to meet other M.O.M.s and share information on how to succeed in the trials of raising multiples.
Metrocrest Parents of Multiples
Area: Carrolton, Lewisville, Coppell, Flower Mound, Highland Village and surrounding areas.
Cost: $30 annuallly
MPOM is a support group for parents of twins, triplets, and more. The group’s goal is to provide support, education, and friendship by offering meetings and programs that help address the challenges of raising multiples.