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MiEarlyYears offers a wide range of services to support families with young children from pregnancy through age five. These services include prevention, education, early intervention, and treatment to help you and your child thrive.

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Head Start and Early Head Start

Providing both home visits and classroom-based programs, Head Start/ Early Head Start is a free, federal funded program that is designed to promote school readiness for income eligible families by providing comprehensive services for pregnant moms and children ages 0-5

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Early On Services

Early On home-visitors provide developmental support services for children from birth to their third birthday that are either at risk of or showing developmental delays.

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Great Start Readiness Program

Michigan’s Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) is a state-funded preschool program for four-year-olds. GSRP programs provide opportunities for children to develop and grow using developmentally appropriate practice in a play base-curriculum to support school readiness. Your child will learn in a classroom

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Infant Mental Health

The goal of the IMH Home Visiting Program is to provide therapy and support to foster positive social and emotional development for children from birth to age six.

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Brightmoor Quality Childcare Initiative

Brightmoor Quality Childcare Initiative provides training and expert guidance to licensed caregivers, aimed at enhancing the quality of care for children from birth to age five in the Brightmoor community.

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Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation

Our experts work with early care and education providers and families through Michigan’s IECMHC, or Social Emotional Consultation. In our program, we team with caregivers, teachers, and parents to foster the social, emotional, and behavioral well-being of children from birth to age five in childcare settings.