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.
“Transforming Our Community Summit: From Adversity to Resilience” is a partnership with Augusta University, Georgia Family Connection, the CSRA Community Foundation, Resilient Augusta, and Resilient Georgia.
DECAL and Georgia DPH have updated their COVID-19 Guidance for Georgia Child Care, which covers everything from prevention strategies and promoting vaccinations, to consistent and correct use of masks.
Our best strategy for supporting literacy in Georgia is to work together, form connections, and engage with one another. So, we need to consider strategies to maintain our social emotional engagement so that we are all “refueled.”
Congressman Sanford Bishop helped secure the federal funds for the Georgia Family Connection Partnership under the Fiscal Year 2022 Labor, Health and Human Resources, Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, which now heads to the full House of Representatives.
The youth opportunities specialist will provide content-expertise and leadership to a newly formed cohort of 10 county Collaboratives focused on improving high school graduation rates in their communities.