Beginning July 15, United Way of Acadiana’s Early Learning Centers are giving families the opportunity to enroll infants and toddlers for on-site early childhood education programs. The programs serve families living in the 70501 Lafayette zip code and also families in Vermilion Parish. Children ages birth to two years of age that qualify can participate in free on-site childcare, including meals and snacks.
United Way of Acadiana offers programs that impact the community through education, earnings and essentials. By providing services like the Early Learning Centers, parents are able work and provide for families while receiving quality childcare assistance.
To learn more about qualifications of the program, read more on the United Way of Acadiana website or contact (337) 534-0683.
Applications for enrollment accepted at the following locations:
July 15: Vermilion Parish Health Unit (8:30 a.m- noon)
July 15: Northgate Mall (3-6 p.m.)
July 18: Northgate Mall (11 a.m.- 3 p.m.)
July 19: Lafayette Parish Health Unit (8 a.m.- noon)
July 20: Northgate Mall (10 a.m.-3 p.m)
July 23: Erath Library (10 a.m - 2 p.m.)
July 29: Vermilion Parish Health Unit (8:30 a.m.- noon)
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