Our Impact

Quick Facts

A year in the life of CMCP

(Facts and figures from 2019)

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Child Participants

3,636

Female

Parent/caregiver participants

4,190

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Visits made by participants

47,657

Family

Families served

2,732

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Programs and services

24

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Hours of service

4,919

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Individuals referred to other community services

782

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Community partners

36

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of families find our virtual circle time benefits their family through speech and language development and social interactions

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of families report feeling welcome and accepted in our programs

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of families understand their child and their needs better

Meet Juliana

When her youngest daughter was born, Juliana had no help or support system. Her daughter had a lot of anxiety and struggled to learn English after their move from Brazil. At CMCP, Juliana and her daughter found community and friendships. Juliana has a support system she can count on and her daughter is thriving and much more prepared to begin school.

“Both of my children have enjoyed coming to the program. We have learned new songs and rhymes that we sing together at home. We have learned about and participated in different community events through this program. My daughter particularly enjoyed the school readiness program before starting JK. I love having a place to bring my son for a stimulating morning.”

– CMCP participant
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Meet Mel

Mel has been coming to CMCP since her daughter was two years-old. As a single mother, Mel really values the support the CMCP provides. The community of staff and parents has helped her to build a network and meet new friends. The programs and activities have improved her daughter’s gross motor skills, developed her language abilities, and increased her social skills.

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“It provides us a place of trust, support and a real sense of community. We LOVE the program and the staff are just so wonderful. More importantly, the routine and structure and educational aspect has propelled my daughter’s developmental milestones.”

– CMCP participant