PCHP in the News

  • Parent-Child Home Program will serve more families thanks to large increase in state funding

    CONTACT: Kristi Murray Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis 952-417-2120     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Parent-Child Home Program will serve more families thanks to large increase in state funding MINNETONKA, MN, June 23, 2016 –   Thanks to a substantial boost in state funding, Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis (JFCS) will soon…Read More

  • Alex

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      Alex and his son Kevin enrolled in the Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP) because Alex wanted to ensure his son started learning at a young age.  Alex is from a small village in Guatemala.  His parents who never learned to read or write, encouraged him and his siblings to get an education, and now, he…Read More

  • PARENT-CHILD HOME PROGRAM WELCOMES STEPHAN OPPENHEIMER TO ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

    June 6, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Parent-Child Home Program Welcomes Stephan Oppenheimer to Its Board of Directors New York, June 6, 2016 – The Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP), a leading early literacy/school readiness organization that focuses on ensuring that underserved families have the knowledge, skills, and materials to support their children’s’ language and literacy development and prepare them for…Read More

  • Best Starts for Kids

    “Matching language, and culture between families and home visitors is a hallmark of PCHP, which prioritizes families who are challenged by poverty, isolation, limited educational opportunities, language and literacy barriers, and other obstacles to healthy development and educational success.”   Best Starts for Kids is an initiative to improve the health and well-being of King…Read More

  • United Way approves over $1M in grants for nonprofit programs, including PCHP

    The United Way of Wyoming Valley’s board of directors approved 39 grants providing $1,576,500 to 20 local nonprofits. The organization awarded the grants to programs focused on reducing childhood poverty across the Wyoming Valley along with support for safety net services. Each project met criteria under one of four impact areas: education, income, health and…Read More

  • Expert insight: Early learning gives Dublin’s Docklands kids a chance

    Half of the world’s top 50 banks and top 20 insurance companies have premises in Dublin’s International Financial Services Centre, while IT businesses mushroom on the other side of the River Liffey in the area known as ‘Silicon Docks’. For Docklands residents deprived of opportunity across generations, the nearby business bustle can seem a world…Read More

  • Two Cities, Two Children, Two Very Different Paths

    Ella is three months old, a firstborn child. She lives with her family in Seattle zip code 98118 in the Rainier Beach neighborhood in the city’s far southeast corner. Her mom and dad both work two jobs to make ends meet but still fight to rise above the poverty line. As new parents, they struggle…Read More