Our early childhood project has served families of young children since 1993 through a grant from the New Mexico Department of Health Family Infant Toddler Program (FIT). The FIT Program is a statewide program that provides early intervention services to infants, toddlers who have or are at risk for developmental delays and families in New Mexico. Early intervention provides activities and strategies for families to use to promote their child’s development throughout the day. Early intervention can make a lifetime of difference! These services are provided at no cost to families.
Family liaisons at PRO work with families of young children and service providers to provide assistance and information about the importance of natural environments that help children thrive. Helping families understand the services they are receiving is important. As they grow we help them build advocacy skills for their child as they access different community resources. The staff is available to support families in helping them connect to other families that are in similar situations. This may be based upon diagnosis, disability, chronic illness, school, community issues, healthcare and any other concern. This helps families know they are not alone, Parent to Parent connects families that share mutual understandings.
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Part of the work of DreamCatchers is to work with community partners that work families who have young children in supporting them in helping them access resources.
Family liaisons in Project DreamCatchers work with families of young children and service providers to provide assistance and information about the importance of natural environments that help children thrive.
Please join us for a workshop, view our Early Childhood resources, or contact us. If you would like to be contacted by one of our family liaisons, complete the form below.