United Way of Southwest Virginia's Childhood Success Team assists families, educators and childcare providers through coaching, mentoring, professional development and technical assistance.
Campaign for Grade-Level Reading
The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading is a collaborative effort to ensure that many more children from low-income families succeed in school and graduate prepared for college, a career, and active citizenship.
Campaign for Grade-Level Reading: The Summer Slide
Reading just six books over the summer, at the right reading level for the child, can prevent that “summer slide” and keep a struggling reader from losing important reading skills.
Campaign for Grade-Level Reading: Attendance Resource Compass
With the second release of national data on chronic absence from the Office for Civil Rights for the 2015-2016 school year, we now know that over 8 million students across the country are chronically absent.
Virginia Infant & Toddler Specialist Network
VA ITSN delivers on-site consultations, trainings, mentoring, feedback, and support to program providers that care for children birth-36 months, and helps providers make connections to existing community resources.
Mixed Delivery Preschool Project
The Mixed Delivery Preschool Project is a pilot designed by United Way of Southwest Virginia to provide 8 private licensed childcare centers with support and resources not typically found in private childcare.
Ready Region Southwest
United Way of Southwest Virginia is a Ready Regions lead organization.
A resource designed to help every child get access to early education that helps them realize their potential