Plymouth, MA – Today, South Shore Community Action Council (SSCAC) announced its intention to provide Early Education services at all seven child care locations previously operated by Cape Cod Child Development Programs (CCCDP). With over 50 years of early education experience, SSCAC will work with the Massachusetts Department of Early Education & Care (EEC) to ensure the highest quality of early education services for currently enrolled children continues and is also readily available for those seeking child care.
“We are grateful for this opportunity so that all Cape Cod preschoolers can receive the comprehensive early education and care they need to thrive in the classroom and in life,” said Jack Cocio, Chief Executive Officer of SSCAC. Founded in 1965, the Plymouth-based agency fights poverty and improves the quality of life for over 20,000 people of all ages on the South Shore, Cape Cod, and the Islands each year. SSCAC operates 2 South Shore Early Education centers for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, provides Fuel Assistance and home energy conservation services, safely transports elderly and disabled people to/from medical appointments, collects and distributes a half million pounds of emergency food to fight hunger, leads the South Shore Family Network, and offers a variety of other family self-sufficiency programs.