Birth to Three

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At Chicago Child Care Society, we understand the importance of building a strong foundation and our birth to three programs do just that. These programs support children by providing healthy development services for children and their families, preparing them for future academic success.

 

Beyond Parenting

  • Prenatal and postnatal bi-weekly in-home services

  • Monthly parent/child socialization groups

  • Educational field trips

  • Child development education for children with/without a disability

  • Parent-child activities to increase attachment, bonding and to stimulate growth


For more information about Beyond Parenting contact:

Heshima Mance, Senior Director of Programs, at
(773) 643-0452 ext. 2418 or 
hmance@cccsociety.org.

Early Head Start

  • 90-minute weekly home visits

  • Nurse home visits

  • Developmental screenings

  • Referrals for developmental services

  • Child development education for children with/without a disability

  • Parent-child activities to increase attachment, bonding and to stimulate growth


For more information about Early Head Start please contact:

Anita Raspberry-Strong, Early Head Start Home Visitor Supervisor at
(773) 643-0452 ext. 2478 or 
araspberry@cccsociety.org.

Prevention Initiative -
South Suburbs

  • Serving the South Suburbs of Chicago

  • Bi-weekly in-home visits

  • Nurse home visits

  • Developmental screenings

  • Referrals for developmental services

  • Child development education for children with/without a disability

  • Parent-child activities to increase attachment, bonding and to stimulate growth


For more information about Prevention Initiative South Suburbs please contact:

Cerryn Lyles, Program Supervisor at (773) 643-0456 or clyles@cccsociety.org.

To find which birth to three program would fit you and your child best, please contact TeeNeka Jones at 773-643-0452 ext. 2484 or tjones@cccsociety.org.

“The Early Head Start program helped work on my goals of finding housing and a job, while also developing as a parent.”

—Ebony, Early Head Start program participant

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