Community Conditions and Children’s Well-being Webinar


May 14, 2020


Training is from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM


No Fee


A family’s economic security and access to societal resources is important to support the development of a growing child’s brain and body. Economic security can be defined in a variety of ways and differ based on the program a family is trying to access. 

What does employment and income look like in Michigan? What’s the significance of 100% vs 180% of the federal poverty level? How else can we support families—and who are they? All those answers and more will be covered in this Kids Count Community Conditions and Children’s Well-being Webinar for Great Start Collaboratives, including a look at data that is uniquely available to the Great Start Collaboratives.   

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Parker James, Kids Count Analyst
Kelsey Perdue, MLPP
Nancy Surbrook Goins, Moderator


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