Father and Son

Welcome to the Family Center!

The Family Center is the place for ALL families with young children to come together.
We outreach and support families in the 11 towns of Northern Berkshire County.
Our programs continue and are operating virtually. Please call us for clothing exchange, diapers, or baby boxes.

We offer single session parenting workshops and longer weekly parent education classes.  Topics include positive discipline, child development and self care for parents.

Playgroups are a wonderful opportunity to meet other parents and children, to help your child learn social skills and learn more about child development.

Clothing Exchange

The FREE Children's Clothing exchange is a room full of lightly used clothing.  It includes newborn to size 12 clothing and children's shoes and books.  Parent can come to shop and/or can donate clothing their children have outgrown. 

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Classmates in the Library

Our friendly staff can help you get connected to the local resources to meet your family's individual needs.  We provide warm hand-offs or simple phone numbers.  Call us at 664-4821.

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ParentChild+ offers individual coaching and support to assist parents in building their child's vocabulary and other pre-reading skills. Our program is free and the books and toys are gifts to support you as your child's first teacher so you can help your child prepare for school and for life.

Happy Kids

The Family Center plans large and small events for families with young children throughout the year.  Some of our most well known events include Touch a Truck and Ooey Gooey Night.

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CONTACT US

Bethany Prince-Malloy

Assistant Coordinator
The Family Center

(413) 664-4821


bprince@ccberkshire.org

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The Family Center is funded by a Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care and by the Children’s Trust, the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, Williamstown Community Chest and the Northern Berkshire United Way.