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childcare and early education

Childcare and Early Education programs support family self-sufficiency by providing nurturing, safe and supportive programs for families with children ages birth through middle school age. Its programs help low-income families meet their children’s educational, social, nutritional and health needs and encourage parents to participate fully in shaping these programs and services to best meet their needs.

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School Age

Community Teamwork’s School Age Programs provide a safe and enjoyable place for 5 to 13-year old children to make friends, play games, practice sports, receive educational guidance, and engage in a variety of creative projects. View Program
family child care

Family Child Care

We provide family child care services to low-income families whose children are receiving state childcare subsidies. We focus closely on matching the family’s unique childcare needs within our network of Child Care Homes.  View Program
Early Learning: Head Start/Early Head Start Learning Programs

Early Learning: Head Start/Early Head Start Learning Programs

Community Teamwork also offers the home-based Home Visiting Program for Early Head Start and Head Start where the focus of service delivery is in the home. View Program
Coordinated Family and Community Engagement

Coordinated Family and Community Engagement

Providing Resources, Referrals, Support, Parenting Education, Family Events and more. View Program

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Child and Family Services

Child and Family Services
Coordinated Family & Community Engagement, Early Learning: Head Start/Early Head Start Learning Programs, Family Child Care, School Age
Phone: (978) 454-5100

Gail Fortes

Family Resource Network
Coordinated Family & Community Engagement
Phone: 978-654-5704

Lynne Eriksen

Family Child Care
Family Child Care
Phone: 978-654-7173

Tanya Mead

School Age
School Age
Phone: 978-654-7178

A Family Flees Violence and Creates a New Life

A Family Flees Violence and Creates a New Life

Melissa, a U.S. Veteran and construction trade employee, has overcome domestic violence, homelessness and the temporary loss of her children. During one of her lowest points, she and her daughters were living in their car. View Program

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