FACILITIES AND CAPACITY
At present, CBMLC resides in its own 73,000 square foot building, donated in 1995 by Bell Atlantic, and provides comprehensive family support services to more than 400 children, youth, and families. In addition, the building houses 4 tenants: the Columbia Heights/Shaw Family Support Collaborative, the Stand for Children and the Washington Child Development Council and Verizon. The building offers an array of spaces available for use by the community, including a conference center, an auditorium, a conference center and a dance studio.
CBMLC works in collaboration with a number of organizations, including: the Washington Child Development Council; Columbia Heights/Shaw Collaborative; Council of Latino Agencies; Healthy Families DC Collaborative; Washington Council of Agencies DC Agenda; National Association for the Education of Young Children; Early Childhood Leadership Institute at UDC; National Association for Bilingual Education; Zero to Three; and the National Council of La Raza.