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Helping Youth to Find a Home

In January of 2017, King County was selected as 1 of 10 communities across the United States to implement a Youth Homelessness Demonstration Project (YHDP). This selection comes with a funding allocation of $5.4 million over two years to end the crisis of youth and young adults (YYA) experiencing homelessness. The project is funded by the U.S.

States Work to Integrate Their Home Visiting Services

We recently participated in a regional Technical Assistance Coordinating Center (TACC) forum for the states in the Midwest (Region V) and Southeast (Region IV) that are expanding home visiting programs with federal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) grants.

Partners Unite to Help All Washington Children Grow!

The Focus & Momentum Team that guides the direction of the Universal Developmental Screening Partnership and the key partners in Help Me Grow Washington have recently decided to join these efforts.

Oregon Early Learning Strategy

Oregon policymakers have decided that the best opportunity for distinction and success in the global economy of the 21st century is for Oregon to create a world-class education system that starts early and produces results. As a result, the state adopted an ambitious 40-40-20 goal and is dramatically transforming the way the education system does its work. 

Public Private Partnerships

 

Clients: Thrive by Five Washington, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and many others

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