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A Family Place free

A Family Place is a 28 unit congregate family shelter that provides a number of services to assist families in locating and securing stable housing. Case management is available as well as workshops, classes, referrals, activities for children, homework assistance, and much more. Their goal is to assist each family in becoming self-sufficient and transitioned into stable housing as quickly as possible.

288 Oak Street
Holyoke, MA 01040

A Family Place free

A Family Place is a 28 unit congregate family shelter that provides a number of services to assist families in locating and securing stable housing. Case management is available as well as workshops, classes, referrals, activities for children, homework assistance, and much more. Their goal is to assist each family in becoming self-sufficient and transitioned into stable housing as quickly as possible.

ABCD Head Start and Early Head Start free

ABCD's Head Start programs serve more than 2,200 pre-kindergarten children throughout Boston. Head Start services offer free services to families who reside in Boston and meet federal low-income guidelines. Families who receive public assistance or other benefits may also be eligible. Those who are not eligible for free services may qualify to enroll for a small fee.

178 Tremont St
Boston, MA 02111

ABCD Head Start and Early Head Start free

ABCD's Head Start programs serve more than 2,200 pre-kindergarten children throughout Boston. Head Start services offer free services to families who reside in Boston and meet federal low-income guidelines. Families who receive public assistance or other benefits may also be eligible. Those who are not eligible for free services may qualify to enroll for a small fee.

Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD) free

ABCD’s Head Start and Early Head Start programs helps children and their families prepare for success in school and life by providing high-quality early education. Children ages 3-to-5-years-old attend 23 Head Start sites across the city. Infants, toddlers and pregnant mothers get the support they need at Early Head Start Centers in Dorchester, East Boston and the South End. Year-round, extended-day programs enable parents to go to school or work. They offer comprehensive support for parents and children—including health services, nutrition and social services. Because Head Start knows that parents are the most important teachers; parents are deeply involved in the program. Parents are leaders in making policy and guiding programs, volunteering in the classroom and advocating for the needs of young children.

Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD) free

ABCD’s Head Start and Early Head Start programs helps children and their families prepare for success in school and life by providing high-quality early education. Children ages 3-to-5-years-old attend 23 Head Start sites across the city. Infants, toddlers and pregnant mothers get the support they need at Early Head Start Centers in Dorchester, East Boston and the South End. Year-round, extended-day programs enable parents to go to school or work. They offer comprehensive support for parents and children—including health services, nutrition and social services. Because Head Start knows that parents are the most important teachers; parents are deeply involved in the program. Parents are leaders in making policy and guiding programs, volunteering in the classroom and advocating for the needs of young children.

Adams Cheshire Regional School District Early Intervention free

Adams Cheshire Regional School District Special Services system provides special education, IEPs and other special education services for children from pre-kindergarten to 12th grade. Students enrolled in any Adams Cheshire public school are able to access these services

Agawam Family and Community Program (CFCE) free

Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Programs (CFCE) are locally based programs serving families with children birth through school age. Funded through the Department of Early Education and Care, CFCE programs provide a variety of services which include: providing families access to child development information, assistance with meeting basic needs, timely support in periods of family crisis, and family and community events. The Agawam Family and Community Program is organized through Agawam Public Schools.

108 Perry Lane
Agawam, MA 01001

Agawam Family and Community Program (CFCE) free

Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Programs (CFCE) are locally based programs serving families with children birth through school age. Funded through the Department of Early Education and Care, CFCE programs provide a variety of services which include: providing families access to child development information, assistance with meeting basic needs, timely support in periods of family crisis, and family and community events. The Agawam Family and Community Program is organized through Agawam Public Schools.

Agenda for Children's Literacy Initiative free

The Agenda for Children Literacy Initiative is a free program based at the Cambridge Public Health Department that works with parents and caregivers to support the development of children’s language and literacy skills so that new kindergartners will enter school ready to learn how to read and write. The Literacy Initiative supports parents and caregivers in their role as primary teachers of language. The program also shares strategies parents can use to have a positive influence on their children’s education from birth onward. One program offered is Let's Talk, provided by Literacy Ambassadors – multilingual, multicultural parents who serve as a link between the Agenda for Children Literacy Initiative and families in the community.

Agenda for Children's Literacy Initiative free

The Agenda for Children Literacy Initiative is a free program based at the Cambridge Public Health Department that works with parents and caregivers to support the development of children’s language and literacy skills so that new kindergartners will enter school ready to learn how to read and write. The Literacy Initiative supports parents and caregivers in their role as primary teachers of language. The program also shares strategies parents can use to have a positive influence on their children’s education from birth onward. One program offered is Let's Talk, provided by Literacy Ambassadors – multilingual, multicultural parents who serve as a link between the Agenda for Children Literacy Initiative and families in the community.

Anne Sullivan Early Childhood Program free

The Anne Sullivan Early Childhood Program offers early intervention services to children birth to three years of age who exhibit developmental delays, have a diagnosed condition or who are at-risk for developmental delays due to biological, medical or environmental risk factors. Services include developmental screenings and evaluations, service coordination, referrals and consultations, and much more. There are no out-of-pocket costs to families for these services.

126 Phoenix Avenue
Lowell, MA 01852

Anne Sullivan Early Childhood Program free

The Anne Sullivan Early Childhood Program offers early intervention services to children birth to three years of age who exhibit developmental delays, have a diagnosed condition or who are at-risk for developmental delays due to biological, medical or environmental risk factors. Services include developmental screenings and evaluations, service coordination, referrals and consultations, and much more. There are no out-of-pocket costs to families for these services.

Anti-Displacement Project

The Anti-Displacement Project strives to organize and empower low-income families in order to build political and economic power, achieve residential control of afforadable housing, promote economic development, and create lasting social and economic change. Services provided are economic development, emergency food, housing for the homeless, and more.

130 Union Street
Springfield, MA 01103

Anti-Displacement Project

The Anti-Displacement Project strives to organize and empower low-income families in order to build political and economic power, achieve residential control of afforadable housing, promote economic development, and create lasting social and economic change. Services provided are economic development, emergency food, housing for the homeless, and more.

Ashburnham-Westminster (CFCE) free

Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Programs (CFCE) are locally based programs serving families with children birth through school age. Funded through the Department of Early Education and Care, CFCE programs provide a variety of services which include: providing families access to child development information, assistance with meeting basic needs, timely support in periods of family crisis, and family and community events. The Ashburnham-Westminster CFCE is organized through the Ashburnham-Westminster Regional School District.

9 Academy Hill Road
Westminster, MA 01473

Ashburnham-Westminster (CFCE) free

Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Programs (CFCE) are locally based programs serving families with children birth through school age. Funded through the Department of Early Education and Care, CFCE programs provide a variety of services which include: providing families access to child development information, assistance with meeting basic needs, timely support in periods of family crisis, and family and community events. The Ashburnham-Westminster CFCE is organized through the Ashburnham-Westminster Regional School District.

Associates for Human Services Inc. free

The Associates for Human Services Inc.'s Early Intervention Program provides services to children (and their families) from birth to 3 years of age who have, or are at risk for, a delay in their development. Services focus on the family unit and are delivered in the context of the family's daily routines. The staff supports and encourages the family's use of and access to community-based resources to support and enhance the child's development.

68 Allison Avenue
Taunton, MA 02780

Associates for Human Services Inc. free

The Associates for Human Services Inc.'s Early Intervention Program provides services to children (and their families) from birth to 3 years of age who have, or are at risk for, a delay in their development. Services focus on the family unit and are delivered in the context of the family's daily routines. The staff supports and encourages the family's use of and access to community-based resources to support and enhance the child's development.