Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Single Moms Club hews closely to a formula that other Tyler Perry movies follow: It's uplifting, mostly teen-friendly and, yes, formulaic. There's some mild swearing (mostly "hell"), open but superficial discussions about the hardships women face in and out of marriage; and some kissing -- nothing that most teens can't handle, really. Expect a bit of smoking and references to drug addiction too.
Couples kiss (sometimes while scantily clad), and there's talk of how much "action" each woman is getting. And there's one extended conversation between a man and a woman that's peppered with sexual innuendoes. Women go to a strip bar once, though no nudity (or anything close to it) is glimpsed.
A woman slaps a man. (It's played for a joke.)
Words like "hell" and "damn" are heard.
Single moms are painted sympathetically and their struggles are given some weight. The formation of their "club" underscores the importance of sisterhood, support, encouragement, and friendship among women.
Drugs / Tobacco /
One woman is shown smoking a cigarette. Some social drinking during single moms' gatherings -- mostly wine. Another character is described as a drug addict, but we don't see him using.