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...
children and teens through academic, after-school, summer and work readiness programs
young adults served by SCO are in college this academic year