Metro Detroit Baby Resources 2019

Child Care & Education

Metro Detroit offers an array of day cares, preschools and other facilities dedicated to helping little ones learn and grow. 


Bright Horizons at Midtown Detroit 

With a curriculum that includes art, science, reading and math, plus activities like yoga and dance, Bright Horizons in Midtown Detroit provides the essential tools needed to learn and thrive.1110 Seward Ave., Detroit; 313-871-2100;

Childtime of Detroit

Childtime of Detroit cultivates a nurturing environment with a focus on helping students grow, both as learners and individuals. for locations

Matrix Head Start 

The largest Head Start provider in Detroit, Matrix Human Services operates across several locations and offers a trilingual, multicultural program that serves low-income children aged 0 to 5, kids with special needs, pregnant teens, and more. for locations

Detroit Wolf Trap 

The Detroit Wolf Trap program — a local affiliate of the Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts — educates young children through performing arts strategies designed to support literacy, math, and science skills along with social and emotional development. 8701 W. Vernor Hwy. Ste. 301, Detroit; 313-841-4765;

Focus: HOPE Early Learning Programs 

Established in 1987, Focus: Hope serves more than 200 children annually, as well as providing women with peer-to-peer support for pregnancy, birth, and breastfeeding, plus early parenting assistance. 1550 Oakman Blvd, Detroit; 313-494-5500;

Detroit Waldorf School

Set in an Albert Kahn-designed building in the historic Indian Village neighborhood, the private Detroit Waldorf School features a curriculum that blends the arts, sciences, and humanities. 2555 Burns St., Detroit; 313-822-0300; 

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Source: Metro Detroit Baby Resources 2019 – Hour Detroit Magazine

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