When DFCS was awarded funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to evaluate the Kinship Navigator Program, the agency turned to GaFCP to help evaluate and develop a plan to help it best serve the needs of kin caregivers in Georgia.
Being one of five pilot counties for the Get Georgia Reading at Home initiative led to Burke County becoming a Get Georgia Reading Campaign for Grade-Level Reading community and the establishment of the Burke County Literacy Team.
Mitchell County was selected as one of five pilot counties for the Get Georgia Reading at Home Initiative. The Collaborative received a $1,725 grant to purchase materials to help parents teach their children while learning from home.
Crawford County Family Connection is working to prevent the spread of not just COVID-19 but any airborne illnesses that can be passed around—and not just for students at school, but also for the kids at home and the parents and grandparents raising them.
The Rome-Floyd County Commission on Children and Youth, and its participation in the Georgia Family Connection Partnership Family Support Cohort, is igniting a flame of hope that’s spreading across Rome.
Seminole County Family Connection hosted Literacy on the Lawn so that families could safely come together at Seminole County Elementary School to play games, receive books, and learn about local resources.