85% of a child’s brain development occurs before they are five.
Yet children born into poverty often do not have access to the physical, emotional, or cognitive support they need to grow up and lead healthy, happy, productive lives.
We support parents caught in an inter-generational cycle of poverty. Our programs promote healthy development, and school readiness for children. We help parents provide consistent nurturing to their children and build supportive connections in their communities.
Our Programs & Services:
Parent-Child Therapeutic Services works to reduce the effects of domestic violence on children by strengthening the parent-child relationship.
Early Childhood Fathering Project consists of weekly father-child interaction groups, and monthly workshops and outings, working to increase fathers’ confidence, competence, and to connections with other dads and their community.
Healthy Families consists of home visits to families with newborns. We provide information, screenings, and resources on child development and infant care.
Parent-Child Development Services provides fun, interactive home visiting services and parent-child interaction groups for parents and children prenatal to age five that focus on child and family health and increasing protective factors.
Safe & Together works with families with children ages birth to eight who are in foster care. Our goal is to reunite families and prevent future occurrences of foster care placement.