Early childhood programs at no cost to eligible families.
• Early Head Start - ages prenatal – 2.9
• Head Start - ages 2.9 - 5
• Migrant/Seasonal Children – ages prenatal - 5
There are also parenting programs, health & mental health services, nutritional programs & services and healthy relationships programs for adults.
A program for young, first-time moms and dads that partners with you to help you tackle parenting challenges, find resources in your community, and know what to expect during pregnancy and parenting your child. Call (413) 858-3119 for more information.
Provides a number of resources for families in the Springfield community all in one convenient location. Help with navigating through housing, education, courts and legal systems as well as health insurance, EBT and behavioral health services.
Provides a wide range of family-friendly education and support services including early education and care at Springfield centers, home-based and after school care in addition to parent education, support and training programs.
Provides pregnancy, newborn support, and early intervention services. Offers home visits that focus on helping pregnant women access pre-natal care and engage in healthy behaviors. After the baby is born, helps new parents to do what's best for their babies' optimal growth and development through the first year.
Helps young parents get GEDs, jobs, parenting skills, and additional education. Part of the MA Department of Transitional Assistance Employment Services Program.
1628-1640 Main Street, 3rd Floor , Springfield, MA 01103, 413-272-2388
Medicaid and CHIP provide no-cost or low-cost health coverage for eligible children in Massachusetts so that they can get routine check-ups, immunizations and dental care to keep them healthy. They can also get doctor visits, prescription medications and hospital care when they’re sick, and much more.