Early Intervention at ChildStrive

ChildStrive educators, speech, occupational, or physical therapists and counselors provide therapies to children age birth to three in their home or daycare. ChildStrive provides developmental assessments free of charge.
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Nurse-Family Partnership

Transforming lives of young, first-time pregnant mothers by pairing them with home visiting nurses to help provide support and guidance throughout pregnancy and until the child turns two.
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Parents as Teachers

ChildStrive educators partner with parents to play, reflect and connect with community resources in order to support their child’s healthy development and school readiness.
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ChildStrive partners with families to support young children's success in daily life and in the community.

Our vision is that all children will be ready to succeed in school and in life.

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Our Programs

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Meet the Staff

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Our Parents Say It Best

“I truly don’t know where he would be had we not gone to ChildStrive. I know that our son’s progress is in very large part due to the caring, committed, knowledgeable staff at ChildStrive. I have always called them his angels, because the work they do for kids is truly a gift.” ChildStrive Parent

We are so thankful for the services provided by ChildStrive. Having therapists come to our home and show us how to help our child reach the goals we set for her was an amazing experience. We really appreciated their encouragement and know that the tools we learned will help our family for many years to come. ChildStrive Parent

Watch the Journey of Hope

This video depicts ChildStrive’s four programs:

  1. Early Intervention for children from birth to three who have disabilities or developmental delays
  2. Outreach to families living in poverty or traumatic circumstances
  3. Nurse Family Partnership for young first time moms
  4. Parents as Teachers for families who are experiencing homelessness, chemical addiction, domestic violence, mental health issues or other difficult circumstances.