Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems Program

Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems (ECCS) is a federally-funded program that brings together primary care providers, teachers, families, and caregivers to develop seamless systems of care for children in the critical formative years from birth to age 3. For information relating to North Dakota's EECS grant activities, please contact Prevent Child Abuse North Dakota: http://www.pcand.org/projects/nd-early-childhood-comprehensive-systems-eccs.html




 

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