The Early Childhood and Family Services program provides for a full range of prevention, early intervention and treatment services for families with young children from pregnancy through age five.
We believe that a child’s earliest relationships and care provides the foundation for healthy growth and development. Therefore, we are dedicated to providing services that nurture, strengthen and empower parents & caregivers, promote positive attachment relationships and encourage the development of young children to their highest potential.
Developmental assessment, home visits and service coordination for children under age three with developmental delays.
Birth to age six, home visiting program to provide support and nurture healthy social, emotional development
For expectant women, infants, toddlers, preschoolers ages birth to five.
Help your child be ready for school with the best possible start in the early years … and much more!
Home based and center based early childhood care and education, health and family services. Apply online!
The Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) is Michigan’s state-funded preschool program for four-year-old children. Center based education available.
An initiative to raise awareness and improve vocabulary for children under age 5 and their families in the Brightmoor community.
Free play and learn groups for parent and child. Options include Parents As Teachers home visits, and playgroups – birth to age four.
Training and consultation for a network of licensed caregivers of children birth to age five in the Brightmoor community.