DC Healthy Start is a federally funded program for the residents of the District of Columbia that provides support and referrals for services and resources for all women, parents and infants up to 2 years of age. The program aims to improve birth outcomes for infants and women of child bearing age. You can receive the following services through DC Healthy Start: - Care Coordination/Case Management Services - Reproductive Life Planning - Health Education - Health and Wellness...
899 N Capitol St NE, Washington, DC, 20002
Young Adults (20-30) Understand Mental Health Mental Health Evaluation One-on-One Support Health Education Parents Pregnant Family Planning Home Visiting Age Group Families With Children Health Conditions Navigating the System Household Role Pregnancy Tests Infants and Toddlers (0-2) Teens (13-19) Parenting Education Adults (31-54) Health Care Disability Screening Education
Martha’s Table offers a nationally accredited early childhood education program for students 6 weeks to 3 years of age. The full-day program runs year-round at two of our locations The Commons (Southeast D.C.) and The Maycroft (Northwest D.C.). Our teachers focus on whole child development (physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development) to ensure children are on track and ready to learn in Pre-K and beyond.
2375 Elvans Rd. SE, Washington, DC, 20020
Infants and Toddlers (0-2) Education
The Office of Early Learning provides direct center-based services to Early Head Start children and families. We focus on the first 1,000 days of a child’s life — from birth through age 2. We are passionate about helping children learn and develop fundamental skills, which promotes families’ well-being. All of our children are screened within the first 45 days of entry for health and developmental delays. (Approximately 10% of the children served are diagnosed with...
2907 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20032
Youth (6-12) Infants and Toddlers (0-2) Education
WIC is a program that provides the following services to pregnant women, new mothers, infants, and children up to age 5: Nutrition counseling and education Breastfeeding resources and support Nutrient-rich foods (Foods provided by the program supply calcium, protein, iron, and Vitamins A, D, and C.) Immunization assessment and screening Referrals to health and social service providers For women and children over 1-year-old, WIC also provides fresh fruits and vegetables (May...
Young Adults (20-30) Nutrition Education Pregnant Geography Citizenship Disease Screening Government Food Benefits Age Group Low-income Checkup & Test DC Resident Health Conditions Navigating the System Household Role Women/Girls Infants and Toddlers (0-2) Teens (13-19) Undocumented Parenting Education Adults (31-54) Vaccinations Health Care Money Gender Mothers Young Children (3-5) Education Families Income