Trauma-informed child and family development center in Washington, D.C.

A Space for Children

Providing young children with top-notch education and stability.


Founded in 1990, Kidspace is a nationally accredited child development center for children from the ages of six weeks through five years old. Enrolled children are from D.C.-based families that have experienced houselessness, abuse, or major financial hurdles.

At Kidspace, children have individualized learning and care plans to help them achieve their highest potential. In bright, engaging classrooms, each child is taught by nurturing, well-trained teachers.


Kidspace’s primary goals are:

  • To help children develop skills and autonomy
  • To promote a life-long love of learning
  • To increase communication skills
  • To promote positive development