St. Louis Regional Hub

What is The st. louis regional hub Approach?

The MO Early Connections site teaches us that a regional hub approach is a coordinating body that provides resources in a designated area in Missouri with a focus on supporting families with children birth to age five. This coordinated support system is designed to ensure families have the knowledge and resources to make informed decisions about the safety, health and education of their children. The ultimate goal of a regional hub model is a coordinated system of Early Care & Education Connections with a place for every family to access resources and services that promote safe and healthy learning environments for young children.

you’re invited

United 4 Children and Rockwood School District lead Regional Hub Approach information and planning meetings, typically once each month. Learn more about our upcoming meeting below.

Community Stakeholder Meeting 12 p.m. October 10, 2022

We hope you will join us for our next Community Stakeholder meeting on Monday, October 10 at 12:00pm via Zoom. During this meeting we will give a brief overview about the important work of the Regional Hub approach. We will also share the Region 13 Recommendation to the Office of Childhood and gather your feedback, plus share other updates.

It will take everyone – families, schools, childcare providers, and service providers – to establish this new hub into what St. Louis area families need. If you are interested in joining conversations about the Regional Hub Approach, please fill out the form below. By filling out the form below, we will add you to our email list to let you know about upcoming community stakeholder meetings. Feel free to pass this form along to others, as well. 

Phone: (314) 531-1412
Toll-Free: (800) 467-2322
Fax: (314) 531-4184

1310 Papin Street
Suite 100B
Saint Louis, MO 63103