Can working with public systems to integrate services and serve parents and children at the same time spark broader community change?
A new Annie E. Casey Foundation webinar explores this very question. The 75-minute session revisits the Foundation’s Family-Centered Community Change™ (FCCC) initiative in three communities: Buffalo, New York; Columbus, Ohio; and San Antonio, Texas. It shares findings from an evaluation, conducted by the Urban Institute, that examines how these communities fared in their efforts to improve the quality of schools for kids while also building job and parenting skills for the associated adults.
The webinar, Lessons and Reflections From Family-Centered Community Change, includes a panel discussion among representatives from the three FCCC communities and shares eight insights from the field.