Bridges to Growth

                    

    At The Georgetown Project, we believe in the power of positive relationships. Bridges to Growth is a place where parents can attend classes and find support to help them develop loving and nurturing relationships with their kids. Children are invited to participate in our many free events that encourage healthy development through fun and creative enrichment activities. We also offer childcare providers free and low-cost quality training, fulfilling their annual training requirements in a local setting. Click here to see a calendar of classes and events.

 

Bridges to Growth offers a workroom for parents and teachers, as well as a lending library for checking out books and toys. Click here to learn more about our workroom and lending library.

Open Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.

805 W. University Ave

Need parenting help?

Lexy Largent, Early Childhood Coordinator, is available to help! Call or stop by to discuss concerns or questions about your baby or young child's development or behavior. Call (512) 864-3008 or stop by the office on Wednesdays between 10am - 7pm.

Alex Garcia-Ellis, Bilingual Services Coordinator, is available to help Spanish-speaking or bilingual families. Stop by the office on Mondays to visit with her or call (512) 864-3008.

New! Register online for our classes or events by filling out the form here: https://goo.gl/forms/kydIHy01t5C3UNWm2. Also, you can register by phone at (512) 864-3008. If we are out of the office, please leave your name, phone number and class for which you want to register on our voicemail.  We will call you back to confirm.  See a physical calendar of our classes and events here.

Our newsletter, The Bridges Buzz, is sent out monthly to members of our email list. Click here to sign up for our newsletter. If you are on our email list but are not receiving it, please add our email address to your address book:  jhgproject@suddenlinkmail.com.

Click here for the most recent edition of The Bridges Buzz

Click here to see our list of parent resources.

Our wish list can be found here. 

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