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The Massachusetts Partnership for Infants and Toddlers (MPIT) represents a unique collaboration between early childhood professionals inside and outside of government, at the state and local level, spanning early education and health. The Partnership will collect input and perspectives of families, practitioners, and other community stakeholders across Massachusetts, to inform state plans for early childhood. The Partnership also participates in the Pritzker Children's Initiative prenatal-to-age three grantee learning network, learning best practices and policy ideas that can be applied here in Massachusetts.

For more information, contact SFC director of research and policy, Titus DosRemedios, at 617-330-7387 or tdosremedios@strategiesforchildren.org.

 

Partners (to date)

Acre Family Child Care

Alliance of Massachusetts YMCAs

Boston Children's Hospital ^

Boston Medical Center, Center for the Urban Child and Healthy Family

Boston Opportunity Agenda*

Boston Public Health Commission

Brazelton Touchpoints Center

Children's Investment Fund

Children's Trust

Children's Vision Massachusetts

Commonwealth Children's Fund*

Connected Beginnings Training Institute

Edward Street Child Services

Ellis

Families First

Gisela B. Hogan Foundation*

 

Irene E. & George A. Davis Foundation*

Judge Baker Children's Center

Massachusetts American Academy of Pediatrics, Child Mental Health Task Force

Massachusetts Association for Infant Mental Health (MassAIMH)

Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care ^

Massachusetts Department of Mental Health

Massachusetts Department of Public Health ^

Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance

Massachusetts Executive Office of Education ^

Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services

Massachusetts Head Start Association

 

Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA)

Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (MSPCC)

Nurtury

ParentChild+

Reach Out and Read

Roca, Inc.

Square One

Strategies for Children ^

The Boston Foundation*

Together for Kids Coalition 

United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley* ^

Wellesley Centers for Women: Work, Families and Children Group

WIC Nutrition Program, Massachusetts Department of Public Health

       

* Project funders
^ Serves on steering committee

 
617.330.7384                               400 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02110                              info@strategiesforchildren.org