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Family Education and Support
Thompson Child & Family Focus
6800 St. Peters Lane
Matthews, NC 28105
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Phone: 704-376-7180, ext. 162
Link: Thompson Child & Family Focus
Provides a series of education classes, support groups and community referrals to parents of children ages birth to five utilizing the Making Parenting a Pleasure (0-2), the Incredible Years: BASIC Parent Training Program (3-5), and the Circle of Parents, Family Support groups model (0-5). Parents from Mecklenburg County will participate in role-playing/group discussion and practice activities within sessions and at home to learn additional approaches to supporting positive parenting outcomes.
Infant Toddler Family Support and Education Program
3115 Kalynne St.
Charlotte, NC 28208
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Phone: 704-391-0600
Link: Lakewood Preschool Cooperative
Using the Parents as Teachers (PAT) curriculum model, the bilingual parent educator will provide: 1)home visits 2)regular group meetings 3)annual developmental screenings and functional assessments, and 4)referrals to community resources provided to at-risk families as needed.
Nurse-Family Partnership
Care Ring
601 E. 5th St., Suite 140
Charlotte, NC 28202
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Phone: 704-375-0172
Link: Care Ring
Improves the health, well-being and self-sufficiency of low-income, first-time parents and their children by providing intensive parenting education and support. Mothers receive home visits from registered nurses beginning prior to the 28th week of pregnancy until the child is two years of age.
Raising a Reader
Child Care Resources Inc.
4600 Park Rd., Suite 400
Charlotte, NC 28209
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Phone: 704-376-6697
Link: Child Care Resources
Promotes daily book sharing between parents and children by providing rotating bags of 4 high quality books to children enrolled in high-quality child care centers and offering onsite early literacy workshops.
Resource & Referral
Child Care Resources Inc.
4600 Park Rd., Suite 400
Charlotte, NC 28209
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Phone: 704-348-2181
Link: Child Care Resources, Inc.
Helps families select quality early care and education that meet their needs and preferences. Parents are informed about child development issues, quality indicators, program options and features. Offers referrals to programs and providers, financial assistance and community resources.
Right Start-Parent for Life
Children's Home Society of North Carolina, Youth Homes Division
2200 E. 7th St.
Charlotte, NC 28204
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Phone: 800-632-1400
Link: Children's Home Society
Provides parenting skills, and education using the Parents As Teachers Program (PAT) curriculum for parents with minimal or no family or financial support who are presently in foster care, or who are already out of foster care, had recent involvement with the Department of Social Services (DSS), or are a father primary custody. Services are designed to help provide a safe, stable, nurturing environment for their children and to help these parents regain or maintain custody.
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