Healthy Peninsula envisions a community where all families with young children have the support and opportunities that they need to prepare children entering kindergarten to be socially, emotionally, and physically ready to learn.
Data support the theory that when children have high-quality pre-kindergarten educational and social experiences, they are more likely to leave school ready for post-secondary learning opportunities.
Early Childhood Coordinator
My professional background, while inclusive of doing bookkeeping for a construction company, is in social work and rehabilitation counseling. I spent several years working in the City of Richmond, Virginia providing direct therapeutic and case management services and advocacy for adults who lived with serious mental illness, substance use and were experiencing homelessness.
How Are The Children?
Healthy Peninsula is proud to announce our community's new, local informational campaign, based on cutting edge research and age-old wisdom. It is a campaign developed by trusted people living in Blue Hill peninsula and island towns who care about children and how they grow—parents and grandparents, childcare providers, teachers, healthcare workers, and others who work with children and families every day.
Early Childhood Events Newsletter
We're working to publish our Late Winter/Spring issue. If you have a service or event you would like included, please let us know. Our newsletters include local events, activities, resources and organizations related to children and their families.
Early Childhood Facebook Group
Join our Peninsula Birth–5 Activities & Tips group on Facebook. Enrollment is open to everyone.