Habitot Children's Museum 2065 Kittredge St, Berkeley, CA94704 Habitot Children's Museum is a hands-on discovery museum for infants, toddlers and preschoolers. The museum operates…More year-round exhibits, classes and performances as well as a literacy program and toy lending library. For parents, Habitot offers parenting classes, parent support groups, a family resource center and more. For teachers, the museum holds teacher training programs.
This office in Lower Sproul Plaza assists veterans, transfer students from community or other colleges, younger…More students who are financially independent, students who are also parents, and re-entry students, defined loosely as people who have been away from school five years or more.
The office has comfy couches and computer workstations, coffee, a microwave and a study pod for parents with toys and books for kids. Peer and professional counselors are on hand to help ease adult students into (or back into) the Cal experience.
The Model School 2330 Prince St, Berkeley, CA94705 Just off the buiness-heavy Telegraph Avenue on Price Street in a modest structure is the home of The Model School…More Comprehensive Learning center. As a learning center dedicated to human growth and development, The Model School is geared not only toward children but the staff and parents as well. The school provides a true alternative for parents who want a comprehensive educational program for their children in an ideally prepared humanistic developmental learning environment.
Birthways 1600 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA94709 Birthways is a volunteer-run non-profit providing resources on birthing and parenting to families in the East…More Bay. It has a lending library, online resource database, newsletter, referral line and offer classes and a volunteer doula program. For low-income parents, it offers free doulas and advocates for the mother who have been shown to lead to all sorts of positive results. See the website to apply.