COVID-19 

Dear Neighborhood House Families,
Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus, Neighborhood House will extend its temporary closure until May 1st. This date is in line with the mandate from the Governor for all Utah Schools and is also in line with Head Start facilities and Adult Care facilities in the Salt Lake Valley. We are doing this to ensure we’re helping contain the virus and, as a result, be able to return to work and our normal lives as quickly as possible.
We will continue to monitor the situation and be responsive to any changes. Your Neighborhood House caregivers will be in touch with you weekly, to check in and see what we can do to help connect you to resources. We are posting resources on our social media almost daily – so please follow us if you don’t already: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. If you are in an emergency need for day care, please contact Gina, our Family Support Director, who will do her best to help you find alternate resources in the community. If you are feeling stress and anxiety, Gina can also provide mental health support. Please take advantage of this. Her number is: 321-754-4884 (9 am – 5 pm). To all our favorite preschoolers, we are excited to launch our new YouTube program with fun easy daily activities. Take a look at "Stay-at-Home-Fun" and don't forget to subscribe...!
Please stay safe, stay home, and stay positive! We are all in this together. 

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Welcome to Neighborhood House, an organization that has been serving Salt Lake City’s Westside community for more than 125 years. Our year-round child development center gives every child the opportunity to grow socially, emotionally, and intellectually in an inclusive, multicultural, and intergenerational setting. Parents and caregivers regularly participate in monthly engagement events and activities. Our doors are open from 6:30 am to 5:30 pm to help accommodate our clients' busy work schedules. We offer full day preschool enrollment as well as transportation to and from area elementary schools, providing a convenient single drop off and pick up location for children of different ages.

Quality Programs for Our Clients

Open Monday through Friday from 6:30 am to 5:30 pm, Neighborhood House offers day care and support sercices to low-income families in Salt Lake City. Our professionally trained staff provide:

  • Creative expression through art, dance, music and science
  • Outdoor recreation
  • Nationally recognized curriculum
  • Service learning and educational fieldtrips
  • Weekly intergenerational activities with Neighborhood House adult clients
  • Math and literacy support
  • Bilingual classrooms
  • Two nutritious meals and a snack served daily
  • Breakfast, lunch and snack

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Affordable Care 

Affordable care is one of the top three economic barriers families face. Our services are provided on a sliding fee scale based on household income ensuring that all families have access to the support they need.

Caring. Community. Quality.

 

“Everyday here is wonderful. I appreciate the teachers that take good care of my daughter helping her learn new things everyday.”
— CDC client

Our services extend beyond the child. Parent Engagement opportunities such as monthly Family Fun Nights, Parent Teacher conferences, and individualized activities for your child to do at home together. See our Calendar for more information.

For our Parent Community, see our Parent Handbook for program policies and procedures.

 

Questions?

Contact us via email or (801) 363-4593.

 

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