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Thriving Providers Project Launch

Join us on Tuesday, September 20th, at 1:00-2:00pm Eastern (10:00-11:00am Pacific) for a webinar launching Thriving Providers Project. The Thriving Providers Project works with regional partners to provide direct cash payments to Family, Friend and Neighbor (FFN) caregivers and newly licensed Family Child Care (FCC) home providers. This demonstration project has been launched in Colorado, with additional replication sites launching soon. This webinar cosponsored by Home Grown and the Alliance for Early Success will feature an overview of the initiative, allow attendees to hear from experts in the home-based child care field and share how stakeholders can be a part of the initiative. The audience for this conversation is advocates, policy makers, subsidy administrators, community based organizations serving home-based providers and journalists.

Presenters include:

Sihong Liu, Ph.D., Research Scholar, Stanford Center on Early Childhood

Joyceline Felix, Family, Friend Friend and Neighbor Consultant

Alexandra Patterson, Director of Policy and Strategy, Home Grown

Rashida Brown,  Associate Program Director – Health & Human Services, National Association of Counties

Albert Wat, Senior Policy Director, Alliance for Early Success

Patricia Lozano, Executive Director, Early Edge California

Madeline Neighly, Director of Guaranteed Income, Economic Security Project

Please register below to reserve your spot for September 20th.

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