Are you eligible?

To be enrolled at Angels’ Place, Inc., parents must:

  • Meet low-income guidelines (determined by the federal poverty guidelines).
  • Be a single parent.
  • Qualify as a full-time student (at least 10 credit hours) or working parent.
  • Have a child between the ages of birth and five years.
  • Commit to our Parents’ Pledge in exchange for our services at no cost for student parents or at significantly reduced rates for working parents.

Our application process

Call the location of your choice to schedule a tour and learn more about our programs. Our friendly staff is waiting to share information with you about the services offered at Angels’ Place. Follow the simple steps below to apply.

  • Complete and submit your application.
  • Our staff will contact you to schedule your first appointment and visit.
  • Following the completion of the enrollment process, your family can start our program.

Ready to get started? Fill out an application here!

We ask all of our parents to take the Parents' Pledge.

At Angels’ Place, we are committed to creating a loving and nurturing space where all of our families can explore, grow, learn and connect with one another. In order to continue providing our services at no cost or at significantly reduced rates, we ask each of our parents to be a good ambassador of Angels’ Place and commit to the Parents’ Pledge.

  • Participate in on-site parenting education.
  • Meet with the Family Support Director who will assist with your needs.
  • Complete two weekly service hours to Angels’ Place (Student Parents only).
  • Participate in fundraising activities to support the program.
  • Commit to strengthening the family unit.
  • Maintain open and honest conversations with Angels’ Place teachers and administration.
  • Complete current level of education (Student Parents only).
  • Maintain passing grades (Student Parents only).

Angels’ Place deeply appreciates and values the parents enrolled in our program. There are a number of ways for you to be involved at Angels’ Place.

  • Participate in parent-teacher conferences scheduled twice yearly and other times as needed.
  • Engage in informal daily conversations with the teachers and monthly meetings.
  • Attend weekly parenting classes held by the Family Support Director. Parents have the opportunity to share, develop, and enhance parenting skills with each other. Also guest speakers are scheduled to present on a variety of topics.
  • Gather for holiday dinners and celebrations throughout the year.
  • Help with field trips or in the classroom. We enjoy these opportunities to build relationships with families.