The Center for Family Development is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping families. We have a number of programs, all of which complement one another to provide a holistic approach to meeting the needs of families. Take a look and see how this holistic approach works at The Center for Family Development.

Our Programs

Healthy Families Program

Are you pregnant or a new parent and not only want to parent, but be the best parent you can be? Healthy Families Program provides a unique visitation program that helps you have the tools you need to parent through those first few years. Our home visitors provide weekly home visitation that includes unique tools and resources to engage you and your baby. This fun learning environment enables you to gain information concerning all aspects of parenting, while enabling your child to reach those important building blocks for every stage of development.

Relative Caregiver Program

Life can be full of surprises! Do you find yourself raising a grandchild or extended family member? It can be a challenge to start over on this journey; sometimes with little or no additional resources to provide for that child. Relative Caregiver Program provides an incredible support system that includes regular visits, group activities, educational opportunities and referral services for needs that may arise.

Connecting Generations Program

Are you caring for a child who is not related to you? Are you a distant relative to the child, or children, in your care? Connecting Generations offers a variety of services for the family, including educational workshops, material assistance and more based on families’ needs.

Our newest program, Parents As Teachers, is a free, and voluntary, in-home visiting program for families with children three-years-old and younger. The program focuses on parent/child interaction, child development, and overall family well-being.
The Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention (CBCAP) program is dedicated to enhancing community efforts against child abuse and neglect. CBCAP initiatives coordinate resources to strengthen families and prevent instances of abuse. The program fosters inclusive approaches that respect diverse populations, promotes awareness and effective prevention strategies across the community.
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