May 11, 2017

Help Connect Parents and Caregivers to Community Resources and Programs

Article by Urban Alliance staff. 

Thrive early childhood resource centers help more holistically meet the needs of caregivers and their children by providing connections to additional early childhood resources and programs, such as WIC,birth23, Help Me Grow, and local preschools.

Click to learn more about UA's Thrive initiatve, and how your church or organization can become equipped through it to offer a early childhood resource center at your child or youth-serving program.



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