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Chesterfield-Colonial Heights Families First to Host Book and Puzzle Donation Drive

May 24, 2018
Mental Health Support Services
Month-long donation drive to promote early literacy in children

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA — Chesterfield-Colonial Heights Families First, a program of Chesterfield County’s Department of Mental Health Support Services, will host a month-long book and puzzle drive throughout the month of June. Four donation centers will be set up across the county at select fire stations. Those stations are:

Station 7 – Clover Hill, 13810 Hull Street Road, Midlothian
Station 11 – Dale, 5811 Iron Bridge Road, North Chesterfield
Station 14 – Dutch Gap, 2711 W. Hundred Road, Chester
Station 20 – Courthouse Road, 201 Courthouse Road, North Chesterfield

“One of our goals here at Families First is school readiness and one of the ways we accomplish this goal is by exposing children to literacy as early as possible,” said Andelicia Neville, Families First program coordinator. “Books and puzzles are tools parents can use to encourage and promote literacy and language development. This book and puzzle drive supports first-time parents enrolled in our Families First program as they continue on their journey of becoming strong parents while also promoting early literacy in their children.”

Families First is a nationally accredited program of Healthy Families Virginia that provides family support services to first-time parents to ensure that children become healthy, well-adjusted individuals who are ready to start school by the age of five.

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