The M. C. Chatman Humanitarian Service Center was founded in 2005. The Centers mission is to educate students and foster outreach, research and advocacy on issues of social impact.The mission of the Day Care Center is to provide subsidized child care assistance to eligible, low-income parents that will enable them to become and remain employed, and to empower parents to select quality child care that meets the needs of their family. Headquartered in the Garden Valley Neighborhood in Cleveland, Ohio.
Since opening, the center has quickly gained a strong positive reputation in the Greater Cleveland community for excellence. The center offer programs that balance individual experience, small group participation, and large group activities. The center and the numerous qualified staff strive to create engaging activities to enhance the learning experience for all children and families. We are passionate about our job! We dedicate ourselves to meeting the needs of families. We offer quality childcare you are seeking at the hours you need. The atmosphere harbors the feel of adventure and exploration.
The M. C. Chatman Daycare Center is committed to quality in all forms of child care. We continue to invest dollars in professional development initiatives proven to improve the quality of child care and increase the school-readiness of enrolled children. The center operates under the belief that every child has the right to a safe, nuturing, and loving environment. Your child will be able to grow spiritually, mentally, physically, emotionally and socially through interaction with other children and caregivers. We are excited to be a part of the proven success of early care and education programs. Children that enter our programs, come with a wealth of knowledge obtained from home, family, culture, and community. The curriculum in each room is built around the strengths, needs and interests of the individual child. Our highly trained staff are knowledgeable about child development, they use this information regarding what is age appropriate, and customize the classroom setting based on what is individually appropriate.
Child care is the fee-based early education and care services a child receives in a center or home-based setting when not in the direct care of a parent. The safe, nurturing environment of quality child care may support a child’s need for early education, a parent’s need to work or attend school, or a child’s need for a healthy meal and protection resulting from a family crisis.
>The Center does this by:
• Fostering education in the fields of responsible leadership and social impact
• Supporting research and providing advice in our key focus areas
• Providing support for our local communities
• Being a global advocate on issues of responsible leadership and social impact in The Garden Valley area
Marcella Caffie and Ruby Alexander