PCHP in the News

  • WJCS PARENT-CHILD HOME PROGRAM CELEBRATES 45 YEARS OF BRIDGING THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT GAP FOR WESTCHESTER CHILDREN

    Contact: Colleen R. Brathwaite Communications Manager 914-761-0600 x204 cbrathwaite@wjcs.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE White Plains, May 3, 2017 — Deputy County Executive Kevin Plunkett, right, joined in the 45th Anniversary celebration of the WJCS Parent-Child Home Program today, offering congratulations to the program’s home visitors who lay the foundation that bridges the academic achievement gap between…Read More

  • PARENT-CHILD HOME PROGRAM TESTIFIES BEFORE THE NEW YORK CITY COUNCIL

    PCHP’s NY Program Director, Andre Eaton, Advocated for City’s First Readers NEW YORK, NEW YORK March, 2017 – Parent-Child Home Program’s (PCHP) NY Program Director, Andre Eaton, testified in front of the New York City Council on Monday, March 6, advocating the importance of City’s First Readers and PCHP. This initiative supports the expansion of…Read More

  • PCHP’s Child Care of the Berkshires Site in MA Awarded $250,000 Grant

    MASSACHUSETTS February 2017 – The Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP), a leading early literacy/school readiness organization working in 14 states across the country with 114 partner agencies, is proud to announce that Child Care of the Berkshires was awarded a $250,000 grant from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. These funds will allow the…Read More

  • This nonprofit has a knack for turning clients into employees

    Twenty-five percent of home visitors with early childhood education nonprofit Parent-Child Home Program are former parents in the program. Pennsylvania chief Malkia Singleton Ofori-Agyekum shares some secrets. The pre-K readiness and parent engagement nonprofit isn’t completely new to Philadelphia: It had an operation here as recently as 2008 in partnership with the School District. PCHP…Read More

  • Even in Homeless Shelters, Leake & Watts Parent-Child Home Program Prepares Toddlers for Success in School

    Despite Lacking a Permanent Home, Preschoolers in the Program Have Shown a 121% Gain on Average in School Readiness and Social, Emotional Development (Yonkers, New York)… Parents are their children’s first teachers, introducing their little ones to the world around them, and encouraging them to learn. Talking to toddlers, encouraging them to respond back, and…Read More

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