Cassidy's Place

At Cassidy’s Place, preschoolers who live in poverty, have serious developmental and medical disabilities, as well as children who are homeless, in foster care, or have suffered abuse, violence, and neglect, are able to play, learn, and thrive in nine dynamic classrooms and two outdoor play spaces. Blending Head Start, Preschool Special Education, and Universal Pre-Kindergarten, Cassidy’s Place offers its young students a full day of learning and exploration in a safe and stimulating setting that is augmented by comprehensive wrap-around support services for each child and every family member.