North Florida Child Development provides high quality, center-based, early childhood development with research-based curriculum, individualized for each child’s development stage. At NFCD, we make sure children learn and interact in age-appropriate classrooms, and playgrounds, where they can develop emerging language and literacy skills.
We provide nutritious, family-style meals and opportunities to learn self-help skills such as brushing teeth daily.
We also offer sensory, developmental, and health screenings and/or evaluations for each child. Below are the programs we offer:
Early Head Start — Provides comprehensive services to children and families from pre-natal to 3 years old including parent education, health, dental and child education. Click here to learn more about Early Head Start. Enrollment Eligibilities >>
Voluntary Pre-K — Provides three hours per day of educational services during the school year or 300 hours of service to all four year old children who will be attending kindergarten in the upcoming year. Enrollment Eligibilities >>
CCRR - Child Care Resource & Referral
USDA - United States Department of Agriculture — Provides funding for meals.
Disabilities Services — Provided to children who are diagnosed as needing special services.
Elder Care - Foster Grandparents Program — Matches eligible senior citizens to programs where they serve as mentors to children.