About Plymouth Family Network

  • The Plymouth Family Network (PFN) is funded by the Coordinated Family and Community Engagement (CFCE) grant from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care through the Title I Department of the Plymouth Public Schools. PFN provides support to families with young children and expectant parents living in the town of Plymouth.

    Founded in 1999, PFN is one of many Massachusetts Family Networks statewide. PFN provides parent outreach, education, and community support services designed to make parenting less stressful, build on family strengths, and enhance school readiness. There are no developmental or income requirements for membership and all services are free of charge.

    PFN Offers

    • Connections with health, educational, recreational, child care and public assistance resources
    • Opportunities for families to make friends with other parents and young children
    • A relaxed, fun environment in which to share parenting tips, gain and give support
    • Qualified staff to answer questions about early childhood development

    PFN Services Include

    • Resources and referrals - Contact MASS 211 for immediate assistance
    • Parent education programs
    • Playgroups
    • Family Literacy Activities including Raising a Reader©
    • Parent/child workshops
    • Newborn Visiting Program
    • Support groups
    • Social events
    • Free Screening using Ages & Stages
    • Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP)
    • Parent Leadership Opportunities
    • PTA Form
    • PTA on Facebook