Early Childhood & Family Homelessness Monthly, Virtual Drop-in-ZOOM sessions

August 9, 2021

An estimated 1.2 million children under the age of six experience homelessness each year in the United States; and young children ages birth to six are more likely to experience homelessness than any other age group. (HHS, 2016). The condition of homelessness exposes young children to extreme levels of stress and trauma, which can negatively impact their overall health and development well into the future. Providers with knowledge and a deepened understanding of the significant impact of homelessness in the lives of very young children and their families can play a critical role in mitigating these devastating, lasting effects.

Join the discussion when you can and bring your questions about:

  • Impact on Young Children & Families
  • Eligibility & Identification
  • Strategies for Engaging Families
  • Collaboration & Networking
  • McKinney Vento Law & Regulations
  • Enrollment & Resources

ZOOM Drop-in Monthly Meetings on Tuesdays from 12:30-1:30 PM!  Dates:
8/24/21              9/28/21           10/26/21           11/23/21
12/28/21           1/25/22             2/22/22            3/22/22
4/26/22            5/24/22           6/28/22

ZOOM Link: (use same link every month) https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83287936934?pwd=WExjSEVrSWdaY29SRHBGenBGdUh5dz09

For additional information and/or questions, please contact:
Anne Giordano, MA, IMH-E, Early Childhood Specialist @ EdAdvance
Email: Giordano@edadvance.org Phone: 860-567-0863 X 1201

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