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    Programs that provide formal supplementary learning activities and experiences for school age children who travel with their families from one temporary residence to another to enable family members to secure temporary or seasonable employment.

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    21st Century PASOSAfter-school and summer school programs for eligible students in 7th through 12th grades; preschool programsAdams21st Century PASOS21st Century PASOS
    Migrant Education Programs and ESL Services, Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12The Lincoln Intermediate Unit No. 12 Migrant Education and ESL Programs (LIUMEP), provide supplemental education for children of migratory farm workers, and ESL instruction in contracted school districts. Services may include summer school programs, after school tutorial programs, health services or referrals, in home education programs (where feasible), student support specialist to advocate for migrant students. Additional locations: Gettysburg Field Office 57 North Fifth Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 (717) 334-0006 Fax (717) 334-9608 Parent Center & Event Start 55 North Fifth Street Gettysburg, PA 17325 (717) 334-0006 Fax (717) 337-3328 York County Field Office 517 Carlisle Street York, PA 17404 (717) 854-4586 Fax (717) 854-1115 Franklin County Field Office 437 Wolf Avenue, Suite #9 Chambersburg, PA 17201 (717) 267-6034 Fax (717) 267-0360 Dauphin County Field Office 44 Butler Street Harrisburg, PA 17103 (717) 236-6390 Fax (717) 236-6388 Lebanon County Field Office 129 VanBuren Street Lebanon, PA 17046 (717) 272-5836 Fax (717) 272-0348 Western Region Field Office 162 Graham Lane Bedford, PA 15522 (814) 623-2273 Fax (814) 623-0427AdamsLincoln Intermediate Unit 12, New Oxford CenterLincoln Intermediate Unit 12
    PathStone - Early Head StartPathstone understands that to guarantee the health and wellness of children, parents need to be educated. To support the healthy growth of children and families, Pathstone programs provides healthcare for pregnant moms and inform parents on the safety, nutrition and developmental requirements of their children. A good education is invaluable and preparedness is key. Pathstone programs seek to reduce inequalities due to language barriers, income, cultural issues or special needs. This is a community based program for low-income families with infants, toddlers, and pregnant women. It's mission is simple - to promote healthy prenatal outcomes for pregnant women, to enhance the development of very young children, and to promote health family functioning.FranklinPathStone Corporation - ChambersburgPathStone Corporation
    Referral, Comprehensive Case Management, Translation and Interpretation Services (Spanish)Formed as a nonprofit organization in 2000, The Chambersburg Hispanic American Center (CHAC) bridges the language and cultural divide that sometimes hinders new Latino residents from accessing services for which they are eligible. CHAC’s main goals are to inform and educate. It seeks to integrate Latinos, both temporary and permanent residents, into the local community and help them to improve the quality of their lives. Most of our work is carried out through one-on-one counseling in Spanish and English, offered free. CHAC connects people with jobs, housing and various social services. They provide the following supports: Biligual Services Job Services Referral for Aid Parent Education Programs Legal Aid Immigration AssistanceFranklinThe Chambersburg Hispanic American CenterChambersburg Hispanic American Center

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