The Parent-Child Home Program
The Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP) is a nationally recognized, early literacy, school readiness and parenting program that encourages verbal interaction and educational play between parents and their preschool-aged children. Trained SCO home visitors visit families twice a week, bringing carefully selected toys and books, facilitating play and reading activities for both parents and children. PCHP is a research-based model that improves parenting skills, prepares children for school success and links families to needed resources in their community.
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This program is associated with...
Support for individuals with special needs
“The confidence Nick has grown in the short time he’s been at the group home is amazing." Learn More
students in our transfer high schools who were at risk of dropping out graduated with a Regents diploma
of children in our early education centers met or exceeded national literacy performance standards