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Safe and fun spaces for families with children 0 to 5

The new FamilySpace Program offers safe and fun spaces for families with children 0 to 5 to meet, socialize and receive information and services based on their needs and interests.

FamilySpace is a weekly time and space in select local libraries where families with young children can come together to connect with other families going through similar experiences to learn, share and grow together.  A trained staff person also assists with connecting families to resources and services.

Take a look at our recent grand opening event!

 

 

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Each FamilySpace location consists of the following features to support families:

• Family-friendly spaces, materials, and activities designed to meet the needs of families.
• Onsite trained professional staff during the program’s hours.
• Referrals to services and resources such as:

        -- Home Visiting
        -- Job Training
        -- Early Childhood Mental Health Services
        -- Substance Abuse Prevention Services
        -- Early Literacy Programs
        -- Health/Nutritional Services/Lead Screening
        -- Other interests as identified

Family input is a key part of how the FamilySpace locations operate. Neighborhood-based Family Advisory Committees guide the programming to meet family interests and needs and to achieve equity through shared decision making. 



FamilySpace Locations:

Cuyahoga County Library – Garfield Heights Branch
5409 Turney Rd., Garfield Heights, OH 44125
Wednesdays from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
216-475-8178
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Cuyahoga County Library -- South Euclid - Lyndhurst Branch
1876 South Green Road,  South Eucild, OH 44121
Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
216-382-4880
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Programs

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Overview information on Early Literacy Programs for parents of preschool age children who need a little extra help developing literacy skills necessary for success in Kindergarten.

UPK – Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program for Parents

Information for Parents on Invest in Children’s award winning Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program.