Jerri Hoffman Center: High quality early childhood education can transform and change life trajectories. Opened in 2015, the Jerri Hoffmann Child & Family Center is a state-of-the-art childcare center, serving approximately 230 children, aged six weeks to six years old, and their families annually through early childhood care, education, and supportive family services.
Palatine Township: The Community Child Care Center of Palatine Township offers an array of services dedicated to children and their families including center-based child day care and education services. At the Center, staff and parents form a partnership to promote the growth and development of children. The Center offers full-time care only and serves children of working parents ages 6 weeks to 6 years.
Mitzi Freidheim Englewood: The Mitzi Freidheim Englewood Child & Family Center provides early education, childcare, health services and meals to over 200 children aged six weeks to six years old. The Freidheim Center provides priority enrollment to children considered at-risk, including children of adolescent parents, victims of child abuse and/or neglect, and children from very low-income households.
Marletta Darnall Schaumburg: The Marletta Darnall Schaumburg Child & Family Center provides subsidized services to low-income, high-risk families living in Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates, and the surrounding areas. The Center provides early childhood care and education to over 100 children, enabling families to work and receive assistance to care for their children.
Rockford MotherHouse Crisis Nursery: MotherHouse Crisis Nursery provides 24-hour childcare in a safe, supportive environment for children under age seven during times of family crisis. MotherHouse Crisis Nursery works with over a thousand families each year to improve the long-term well-being of children and support family functioning.
Bloomington Crisis Nursery: The Crisis Nursery provides 24-hour childcare in a safe, supportive environment for children under age seven during times of family crisis. Each year, the Crisis Nursery works with nearly 400 families to improve the long-term well-being of children and support family functioning.
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Nurturing Parent Program: NPP is a 16-week program that supports the development of parenting skills through group sessions where parents learn healthy interaction skills with their children. Parent interaction is encouraged through teaching parents about educational play and engagement through reading. NPP helps to increase the bond between parent and child and supports healthy child development.