Thanks to place
matters funding, every first-time Avondale
mother can enroll immediately in the award-winning Every
Child Succeeds program, which uses home visits
to help parents creating a healthy, nurturing environment
from pregnancy to a child’s third birthday.
Unique to Avondale is the Avondale Moms on a Mission
Program. AMOM, as it's called, is a network of residents,
the faith-based community and human services intended
to meet the needs of moms in the neighborhood. In addition
to the neighborhood moms, neighborhood fathers, granparents
and surrogate parents are also engaged in the AMOM program,
connecting all aspects of family life for those who qualify.
For more information or to get connected to the network,
contact Anita Brentley of Every Child Succeeds at 513-636-0062
Covington engages in the development of quality early
childhood partnerships through the efforts of the Center
for Great Neighborhoods of Covinton, Covington
Independent Public Schools, Northern
Kentucky Community Action Commission, Children
by Six and local residents to increase the
percentage of children ready for kindergarten. For more
information, contact Kristin Baker of the Center for Great
Neighborhoods at 859-491-2220 or email@example.com.
Convened by Santa
Maria Community Services, a Price Hill early
childhood network seeks to advance best-practices in the
development of quality early childhood learning resources.
In addition to home visitation services, a Child Development
Associate (CDA) class, sponsored by 4C
and the University
of Cincinnati, seeks to improve the quality
of child care available in the neighborhood..
For more information contact Christine Bull of Santa
Maria Community Services at
513-557-2700 ext. 222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.