We currently partner with several community agencies to help us provide quality services to our families and children.
Our partnership with this branch of the Opportunity Council allows us to provide additional services to eligible families within our program, through the Early Childhood Education Assistance Program (ECEAP) or Head Start. To receive these services, children must be age eligible and families must be income eligible. To find out more about our ELAFS partnership, or find out if your family is eligible, please contact our Deputy Director, Trisha Lewis.
Additional staff, resources, curriculum, and support are provided to our classroom by ELAFS. This benefits all children in our program, whether they are enrolled in ECEAP/Head Start or not.
Connections provides a Speech Language Pathologist that visits our Center on a weekly basis. They screen all children for speech and language and provide assessments for families. Children that qualify will receive speech and language therapy services through this partnership. Connections takes most medical insurance plans.
The Unity Care Northwest (formerly known as Interfaith) Mobile Dental Clinic comes to our Center every three months. They provide dental exams, teeth cleaning, and fluoride treatments. Parents must fill out a registration form for their child to be seen (one registration per school year). These services are available to all children, regardless of insurance coverage.