Inclusive preschool for low-income children (ages 3-5), Child Care Food Program (including parent education and a stipend for nutritious meals) and Alternative Payment Childcare Program, site-based and in-home for eligible families with kids 0-12.
The Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank partners with eight nonprofits to distribute diapers throughout the county. Each location may have different eligibility criteria to receive diapers.
Programs for students ages 2–5 at various sites within SDUSD.
California Early Start and PRRS Point of Entry. Teams of service coordinators, healthcare providers, early intervention specialists, therapists, and parent resource specialists can evaluate and assess an infant or toddler and provide appropriate early intervention services.
Early childhood education program that provides services to children 0-5 and their families. Priority is given to families who are low income and/or homeless, foster children and children with disabilities.
Credentialed teachers partner with parents to provide 1:1 intervention for children ages 0–3 with developmental delays and/or disabilities. Free to families enrolled in the CA Early Start program through San Diego Regional Center.
This public, special education program offers services to infants and toddlers with developmental delay and their families.
Play-based, inclusive and nurturing learning environment that utilizes emergent curriculum, is based on the Sheva Jewish lenses, and focuses on children’s interests and learning needs. Specially-designed bathrooms, outdoor playground, special toddler play yard, outdoor amphitheater, kitchen and STEAM lab.
Native-Spanish speaking teachers inspire and educate the next generation through a 100 percent Spanish immersion program, making kids future citizens of the world through inclusive preschool, afterschool elementary and summer camp programs (18 mos-7 years).
Inclusive storytimes for babies, toddlers or preschoolers that promote literacy through books, song, baby sign and play.
This service, provided by nonprofit Organization of Teratology Information Specialists, offers evidence-based information to mothers, healthcare professionals, and the general public about medications and other exposures during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.
Provides evaluation of the growth and development of infants and young children who are at risk for neurologic problems or developmental delays because of premature birth, low birth weight or other problems at birth.
Inclusive preschool (ages 2.5 to 5) focused on improving gross and fine motor skills and social skills through structured play and academics. Christian themes are discussed. Before and afterschool childcare is available.
As part of the Early Start Program, provides free assessments to infants and toddlers with a suspected or diagnosed developmental delay so that eligible children and families can obtain therapeutic, early intervention services in San Diego and Imperial Counties.
Program celebrates the arrival of Jewish newborns into affiliated, non-affiliated, and interfaith families and welcomes them to the San Diego Jewish community through gift baskets, playgroups, social events, holiday celebrations, and resources. Specialized programs for literacy, infant massage, redirecting behavior and getting children to sleep.
A weekly playgroup and learning time for children ages 0–3 with special needs and their typical siblings; a support group for the parents with SDUSD staff childcare. Cherokee Point Elementary