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Brockton Coordinated Family and Community Engagement program - CFCE
The CFCE program serves families with children Birth-school age. Let us help you access comprehensive services and supports that help to strengthen families and provide optimal child development
Brockton Public Schools - School Registration and Parent Information Center
60 Crescent Street
Help available in Cape Verdean Creole, English, French, Haitian Creole, Portuguese, and Spanish.
BPS Early Childhood and Special Education at the Barrett Russell Center
45 Oakdale Street
Programs, resources, screening and evaluation information for young children ages 3 and 4.
Project Grads Program at Brockton High School
Project Grads provides free onsite child care and school transportation for the child of any student who is enrolled full time in a Brockton Public School (through state subsidized teen parent child care slots). Teen parents must be under 20 years of age. Project Grads also provides case management and advocacy services to support the teen while they complete their high school education.
Parent Child Home Program – PCHP
A home visiting program focused on early literacy and child development for young children
The Family Resource Center of Community Connections of Brockton
1367 Main Street, Brockton, MA 02301
The Family Center at Community Connections of Brockton
Community Connections of Brockton (CCB) seeks to actively partner with parents, residents, community groups, service agencies, businesses and others who want to strengthen Brockton's families, neighborhoods and community.
Head Start Program for Children - Self Help Inc. Head Start
Head Start Program provides a comprehensive developmental service for low-income, pre-school children ages 3 to 5 years of age, primarily. Head Start also provides social services for their families.
Early Intervention - EI
EI provides support to families with infants and toddlers who have developmental delays or are at risk for such delays due to family or environmental challenges. for families with young children Birth -age 3
BAMSI - 508-586-5977
South Bay – 508-559-0473
PACE Child Care Works
For families seeking financial assistance with child care - vouchers, subsidies, and the Waitlist.
A home based family support and coaching program that supports young, first-time parents and helps them create stable, nurturing environments for their children.
Early Head Start
A program that provides comprehensive services to expectant families and families who have children age Birth-age 3.
Brockton Young Parents Service (YPS)
508-583-3005 ext. 5010
A program servicing young adults 23 or under who are pregnant or parenting with a child(ren).
Brockton Neighborhood Health Center - BNHC
63 Main St. and 158 Pleasant St.
BNHC is a multicultural organization that collaborates with community agencies and residents to provide high quality comprehensive health care.
Women, Infants, and Children – WIC
795 Pleasant St.
WIC is a public health program that benefits low- and moderate-income pregnant and parenting women and their families.
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