SCAP’s Early Learning programs make the most of a young child’s potential by offering child care and pre-school programs for 391 children from birth to kindergarten and their families in an environment that supports their cognitive and social-emotional development.
We embrace the philosophy that parents and guardians are the most important and influential educator of their children and they are key to a child’s success. We support the developmental needs of children while also supporting the parents’ ability to improve their life. This two-generation approach increases a family’s chance for success. Please call 518-377-8539 for more information or to obtain an application.
SCAP operates a comprehensive pre-school program including Head Start and Universal Pre-K (UPK) for children age three to five. The program enriches children’s learning experiences, engages parents in the education of their children, places an emphasis on family support services, fosters social and emotional growth and prepares children for kindergarten and continued success in school.
In addition to our center-based program, SCAP provides home-based services for 10 children and families which includes a weekly teacher visit along with bi-weekly socialization sessions for families to interact with other home-based famiies.
SCAP partners with existing child-care centers and family child-care programs to improve the quality of infant and toddler child care for low-income families and promote the physical, social, emotional, cognitive and language development of young children and families during the early years. SCAP supports these centers with services that are crucial to the learning and development of infants and toddlers:
EHS-CCP partners include: Andrea Adrian’s Child Care; Life's Little Treasures; Munchkin's University; Merari's Day Care; Octavia Sanchez-Reyes Day Care; YWCA of NENY; and Albany Community Action Partnership.
SCAP's Project LAUNCH (Linking Actions in Unmet Needs for Children's Health), provides families with young children from birth to age 8 with free mental health and related resources to address social, emotional, cognitive and behavioral concerns that interfere with healthy development and wellness. SCAP does this by infusing evidence-based practices into primary care, education, and family settings.
100 Bigelow Avenue
Schenectady, NY 12304
Schenectady, NY 12306
2450 Van Vranken Avenue
Schenectady, NY 12308
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