The mission of the One-4-All Family Space is to improve the lives of the children in Claremont by providing access to a free, inclusive age appropriate environment that gives them the opportunity to play, learn and develop critical social emotional skills while also providing families with parenting skills through mentoring and classes as well as referrals to essential resources and access to free clothing and school supplies.

The One-4-All Early Childhood Drop In Play Space and Teen Homework Space that are grant funded, donation based programs that are supported through the Claremont School District.

Contact and Location

Cathy Pellerin

169 Main Street

Claremont, NH 03743

603-287-7120 or



Teen Homework Space

Who is this space for?

This space is for any student that needs access to a computer and wants a quiet, friendly environment to complete their homework.

What ages is this space for?

This space was designed to meet the needs of students in the Middle School and High School.

What are the hours?  The teen homework space will be open from 2:30-5:00 Monday-Thursday.


Early Childhood Drop-In Play Space

Are you looking for a playgroup for you and your child to participate in? This is the place for you.

What is an Early Childhood drop-in play space?

This is a child oriented space that allows children an age-appropriate environment in which to play and gain the educational skills and social skills that will aid them in being better prepared to enter kindergarten. It will be staffed by an early childhood educator.

Is this a drop off child care program?

No. Due to child care licensing regulations, parents will be required to stay with their children.

Will there be planned activities for the children?

Yes. There will be daily planned activities for the children to participate in. There will also be a story time and a snack time worked into the schedule.

What ages is this space for?

This space has been designed to meet the needs of children aged 0-5.

When is the Play Space open?

The Early Childhood drop in play space will be open Mon-Fri from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM. This space is intended to work with your schedule. Drop in when you can and stay for as long as you would like. The intent is not for families to have to attend from 9-12 everyday– just what works for your schedule.

Are there activities for parents?

Yes. There are computers on site for parents to use. Parents will have the opportunity to network with other parents while they interact with their children or use the computers for activities such as job searching or apartment hunting while their children engage with staff. There will also be parenting classes offered on site on a variety of topics.

Where do the clothes come from?

The clothing closet is a donation based service. All clothing comes from members of the community.

What hours is The Clothing Closet open?

The clothing closet is by appointment only.

Are donations accepted?

Yes. Donations of gently used clothing are always appreciated.

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