By "planting the seeds for success," the Norwalk Housing Authority assists working, lower-income individuals and…More families find and afford quality local housing.
In addition, through federal, state, local and private funding, the Housing Authority provides not only residential assistance, but also after-school programs for children through the 12th grade and an award-winning college scholarship program.
The website is informative and includes required reports and forms, as well as a page on frequesntly asked questions, meant for interested applicants.
Bright Horizons at the Marvin Children's Center 60 Gregory Blvd, Norwalk, CT06855 Bright Horizons Family Solutions, one of the country's leading providers of employer-sponsored daycare, manages the…More Marvin Children's Center. Located in what was formerly an elementary school that was renovated in 1998, the center shares its building with Under One Roof, a facility that provides local seniors with affordable housing. Bright Horizons is an NAEYC accredited program, offering not only daycare, but also enrichment activities and a pre-school curriculum for children ages 3 to 5. The facility is clean and well-organized, with two separate classrooms, an outdoor playground and a large community room where kids can play when the weather gets rough. In addition, the center offers ongoing intergenerational activities co-coordinated with the seniors next door.