In 2000, leaders in the Ipswich Public Schools embraced the learning of all students by supporting foundational early development. With a commitment to our youngest children and a Massachusetts family support grant, a family center opened in a downtown storefront. Parents, educators, and community leaders partnered to bring an exceptional resource to the children in the Birth to Three Family Center. It continues to serve as a hub for young children and families and those working alongside them.
Pathways for Children helps children discover their potential and grow into confident and empowered adults who contribute to the well-being of the community. Pathways fulfills its mission by providing high quality, affordable and comprehensive care, education, recreation and other support services for children and their families.
HAWC (Healing Abuse Working for Change, formerly known as Help for Abused Women and their Children) is the oldest and the most comprehensive domestic violence agency on the Massachusetts' North Shore.
St. Joseph ’s Food Pantry is a client choice food pantry that is truly dedicated to maintaining the dignity of the people it serves. ‘Guests’ come to the ‘market’ once a month to select the items that best suits their needs, and if they can’t come to the ‘market’, the ‘Moving Market’ comes to them.
Cape Ann Families is a comprehensive community and family education center. C.A.F. is committed to personal and social justice and is rooted in the belief of the human capacity for growth through nurturing relationships and increased self-awareness. The programs include youth and parent volunteer mentoring, child and parent support, skills-building and local leadership on issues facing children and families. The Center celebrates the values of each individual’s contribution to the learning process and acknowledges the responsibility of local communities to support families.
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