Serving Washington County

The Family Center’s mission is to build resourceful families and healthy children to create a strong community.

For Children

Children are our most valuable resource. What a child doesn’t receive he can seldom later give.

For Youth

Increasing the active participation and partnership with young people, to better serve them.

For Families

Each family has strengths and can take a primary role in its own development.

Conoravirus Resources

Let’s Grow Kids
Building Bright Futures
Washington and Northern Orange Counties Regional Response Newsletters
April 18 Newsletter
April 25 Newsletter

 

Family Center News and Events

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Using 3SquaresVT can help you make the most of your grocery budget, ensuring you’re able to put enough food on the table so that your children can get the daily nutrition they need to grow
up strong at a critical time in their lives. Plus, 3SquaresVT benefits are simple and convenient, allowing you to shop where you want to shop. Learn more and see if you qualify at vermontfoodhelp.com.

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Using 3SquaresVT can help you make the most of your grocery budget, ensuring you’re able to put enough food on the table so that your children can get the daily nutrition they need to grow
up strong at a critical time in their lives. Plus, 3SquaresVT benefits are simple and convenient, allowing you to shop where you want to shop. Learn more and see if you qualify at vermontfoodhelp.com.
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Using 3SquaresVT can help you make the most of your grocery budget, ensuring you’re able to put enough food on the table so that your children can get the daily nutrition they need to grow
up strong at a critical time in their lives. Plus, 3SquaresVT benefits are simple and convenient, allowing you to shop where you want to shop. Learn more and see if you qualify at vermontfoodhelp.com.

☀️We love sharing inspiring stories! ☀️Read the story of Betsey Stockton, an African American freedwoman living in the 19th century, who had remarkable 40-year teaching career. Her teaching life serves as an exemplar for teachers in the present in two powerful ways: she had an adaptive and flexible teaching style that showed an openness to new ideas and innovations, and she had a passion to work with a great variety of families and their children, including Hawaiians, Aboriginal Canadians, and African Americans. Learn more: NAEYC.org/betsey-stockton #BlackHistoryMonth ... See MoreSee Less

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What We Do

For Children

Child development is a process that involves learning and mastering skills like sitting, walking, talking, skipping, and tying shoes.

For Youth

Positive youth development services engage young people in intentional, productive, and constructive ways, while recognizing and enhancing their strengths.

For Families

All families should have access to economic and parenting supports to ensure all children have nurturing and stable relationships with caring adults.

Take Action

Every year, Vermont saves $2,131,041 when each of Vermont’s 15 Parent Child Centers prevents:

  • One woman from entering a correctional facility;
  • One teen pregnancy.
  • One child from needing foster care placement; and
  • One mother and child from requiring public assistance.

Help children thrive

3,877 individuals served in Central Vermont from July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019