Coordinated Family & Community Engagement

Providing Resources, Referrals, and Support


About This Program

Funded by the Department of Early Education and Care, Community Teamwork’s Coordinated Family and Community Engagement program (CFCE) provides resources, referrals and support to families with children from birth to age 8. The program’s goals are to provide community-based information and resources for all families in order to increase knowledge of and accessibility to high-quality early education and care programs and services, in order to reach and meet the needs of children, especially those with multiple risk factors and/or living in are hard to reach venues. We provide families with access to comprehensive services, evidence-based early literacy and family literacy opportunities, and we provide families with supports that allow for continuity through early childhood transitions. The program visits local libraries each month to provide resource sharing and support to families with children and provide such services as playgroups, parent workshops, family enrichment.


Kids Activities from ASQ

Mental Health Resources for Families

Infant and Toddler Activities – Zero to Three Years

Helping Your Child at Home with Vocabulary Building

Activities for When You’re Stuck at Home

How Stress Affects Children’s Behavior – a post from a CFCE Coordinator – From a Psychology Specialist

Fun with Water

Library Resources and Online Storytime

List of indoor activities that burn kid’s energy


Click here for the latest CFCE Newsletter – March-April 2020

Click here the Events Calendar 2019-2020


FREE Parent Workshop – Sponsored by Community Teamwork’s Coordinated Family & Community Engagement Program:

Helping Your Child Manage The World


We watch closely as our children grow taller, making sure that theyare reaching the milestones they need to achieve in order to becomehealthy adults, but are we monitoring their social and emotional growth as well? This class will show you what you can do to helpyour children learn how to be accepted and manage life’s difficult circumstances.

Date: Wednesday, Nov. 1st Time: 6:30-8:00PM

Location: Chelmsford Public Library

Please call or email Gladys at
978-654-5673 or

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Lowell, MA 01852
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