The Columbus County Partnership for Children is a catalyst for bringing various community groups together for the sake of the children in Columbus County. The Partnership administers Smart Start funds appropriated from the state legislature to support local programs to benefit children age birth to 5 & their families.
Columbus County Partnership for Children is here for our community during this time of uncertainty. We will continue to reach out to our residents along with our child care providers, local health department, medical providers, school systems and emergency management leadership to ensure that the needs of the families in our area are being met.
If we can assist you in any way, please call 910-499-4548.
Learn how to manage your stress levels during these uncertain times. These skills will also help young children. Sign up for a 14-hour training or drop in on a 1-hour Listening Circle. Individuals completing the 14-hour training will receive a special incentive and a certificate of completion. Call 910-499-4546 to register for the 14-hour training.
Follow this link to join the 1-hour Listening Circles tiny.cc/RFRCalendar.
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Science has determined that the earliest years of life build the foundation for all future learning and success. The brain of a child who has had positive early childhood experiences looks different from one who has not. The structure and wiring are visibly and significantly different.