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Early On
Early On provides evaluations for infants and preschoolers, birth to three, who are suspected of having a developmental delay in any area. After a free, multidisciplinary evaluation, Early On will help families get the help they need for their children. Call (517) 540-6809.

Livingston Educational Service Agency (LESA)
The Livingston Educational Service Agency (LESA) is a regional service agency that provides a wide variety of special education programs, services to children, families, and communities. Guided by our mission of promoting educational excellence through leadership and service, we coordinate programs with the county's five local school districts, two public school academies, and ten private schools, representing nearly 40,000 school age children in Livingston County. Call (517) 546-5550.

  • Livingston Educational Service Agency Early Childhood Preschool Programs
    LESA offers FREE* high quality preschool programs to children throughout Livingston County. LESA preschool programs utilize a research-based curriculum in a supportive learning environment to assist children with the development of the skills needed to be ready for kindergarten and beyond.

Child Connect for Family Success
Child Connect for Family Success provides child care resource and referral services with internet access, information on financial assistance for parents using child care, child care expulsion prevention services, early childhood lending library and lamination services, parent resource including training, American Heart Association CPR and First Aid Certification.

Michigan State University Extension (MSUE) Children, Youth and Family Programs
A service of Michigan State University that includes information about human development, youth development, family resource management, food, nutrition, health, and other important needs and issues. Call (517) 546-3950.

MSU Extension Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - Education
The Michigan goal for SNAP-Ed is to improve eating and lifestyle behaviors as a preventative approach to reducing diet-related health problems.

Project Find
Project Find is the "Child Find" program of Michigan's special education system. Project Find helps children with disabilities from birth to age 26 get the services and help they need. Call (517) 540-6809.



Looking for quality child care? Need to register for a child care provider training?
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1425 West Grand River Ave. - Howell, MI 48843 - Phone-(517) 540-6829