Military Families

Military Families

 

Attachments:
Download this file (Military helps families find care for special-needs kids.pdf)Military Families/Special Needs Kids[Washington Post article]19 kB
Download this file (TraumaFacedbyChildrenofMilitaryFamilies.pdf)Trauma Faced by Children of Military Families[NCCP Brief]553 kB

Family Involvement

PULSE, July 2010

A Monthly Newsletter from the Association of Maternal Child Health Programs

Read the attached newsletter focused on Family Involvement.

Attachments:
Download this file (Pulse_July10.pdf)PULSE, July 2010[Newsletter]2293 kB

Recommendations from Family Leadership Conference April, 2008

This document was developed by 300 families participating in family discussions on key topics at the April, 2008 Family Leadership Conference
Attachments:
Download this file (2008 Shared Leadership Family ConferenceISSUES_Recomendations.doc)2008 Family Leadership Recommendations[ ]2790 kB

Entering Community

Entering Community: In Partnership for New Mexico's Children

"New Mexico is known as the land of enchantment. Its communities are places of hope and opportunity, steeped in cluture and history. In themselves and their children, the people of New Mexico see strength, resilience, and great promise for the future."

Read more about the W.K. Kellogg Foundation commitment to New Mexico as they stand ready to strategically invest resources in a shared vision where all children thrive.

Attachments:
Download this file (WKKF_entering_community.pdf)WKKF-entering-community[Entering Community]1536 kB

NM Guiding Principles on Family & Parent Involvement

These New Mexico Principles on Family and Parent Involvement were developed by the Public Education Department Family Task Force in Winter, 2008.  They were released at the Family Leadership Action Network Conference by Secretary Veronica Garcia on April 26, 2008.
Attachments:
Download this file (NMGuidingPrinciplesonFamily&ParentInvolvement.4.8.08.pdf)NM Guiding Principles on Family & Parent Involvement[Guiding Principles]81 kB

About ECAN

The Early Childhood Action Network is a network of early childhood champions and key stakeholders who work to develop strategies and actions to improve the well being of New Mexico's young children and their families. Learn more...

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