This AAPI Heritage Month, CPC ECLW Infant Toddler Mental Health Team will be facilitating two Wellness workshops called “Lighting Our Way: Building the Path to …
Last week, our Early Childhood Learning and Wellness Team Network Team went on Talk Radio to introduce ECLW and discuss the services ECLW offers in Mandarin and Cantonese. We discussed how to become a family-based child care provider, introduced the Child Care Desert Grant, and introduced the Parental Referral Service.
Interested in Opening a Family-Based Childcare Program? Our CCR&R team will be hosting Orientations on Becoming a Licensed Family Day Care Provider in English on …
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Early Childhood Learning & Wellness Services (ECLW) is one of the programs offered by CPC’s Manhattan Community Service. It is also part of the New York City Child Care Resource and Referral Consortium that is composed of four culturally diverse child care resource and referral agencies in New York City. Our service goals are to serve the child care needs of families through
providing education, information and referrals, as well as to increase the supply and improve the quality of child care services through coaching,
assessment-based & intensive technical assistance, health care consultancy and training.
Our staff members are multi-lingual in English, Chinese and Spanish. We
provide parents with Free education and information on quality and
affordable child care and assist them in navigating New York City’s complex child care delivery system. In addition, ECLW offers quality orientations, training, technical assistance, health care consultancy, grants to potential and licensed child care programs/providers as well as early childhood educators, in order to increase the supply and improve the quality of child care service
in New York City.
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