Programs and Services
Child Care Information and Preschool Programs
Families can get help finding quality child care, preschool, and early childhood education in their area.
A number of FREE and low-cost preschool programs for 0-5 year olds in St. Clair County are available including child care, home visiting, and preschool.
Get child care and preschool information
Assistance with Child Care Costs
St. Clair County RESA has been selected as a MI Tri-Share Child Care pilot program grant recipient. Tri-Share is an innovative program designed to improve access to affordable, quality child care by sharing the cost between the employee, the employer, and the state of Michigan.
Current St. Clair County employers participating in Tri-Share:
|Blue Water Community Action|
|BMJ Engineers & Surveyors, Inc.|
|Jill J Gillhooley, DDS, PLLC|
|Magna Electric Vehicle Structures|
|Marshall E. Campbell|
|M.L. Chartier Excavating, Inc.|
|St. Clair County Community Mental Health|
Contact Kylie Griner at 810-455-4087 with questions or fill out an online form to see if you're eligible for Tri-Share.
Tri-Share Child Care St. Clair County Program Overview Flyer
Current child care providers participating in Tri-Share:
|Blue River Home Child Care|
|East China School District|
|First Baptist Preschool, LLC|
|Kiddie Campus Early Learning Center, LLC|
|Marysville Public Schools|
|Port Huron Area School District|
|Rosebrook Child Development Center (Kimball)|
|Wiggles & Giggles Early Development Center, LLC|
|YMCA of the Blue Water Area|
Developmental Delays (ages 0–26)
Early On is Michigan's system of coordinating early intervention services for children from birth to their 3rd birthday who may have a developmental delay or a medical condition that could lead to delay.
Project Find offers services to children and youth from age 3 to their 26th birthday who may have a physical, social, emotional, communication, and/or cognitive development delay.
Home Visiting/Early Learning Groups
Trained parent educators provide individualized support to pregnant women and families of young children. They can help you be the best parent you can be through every stage of your baby’s development, so your child is ready to succeed in school and in life.
Home Visiting and Early Learning Groups information
Free book program (ages 0–5)
Imagination Library is a free program that provides registered children a new book each month from the month of birth until their fifth birthday.