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On the Same Page: Family Resource Centers Co-located in Libraries

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This webinar will introduce examples from across the country of Family Resource Centers co-located in public libraries.

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  • How did the idea of co-location partnership come about and how has it evolved over time?
  • What program and services do the two entities partner on to support families and communities?
  • How can other communities explore developing similar partnerships

For answers to these questions and those of your own, please join us for this informative webinar.

This webinar will highlight several Family Resource Centers (FRCs) co-located in public libraries across the country. Each of these independently-developed partnerships aims to meet families in a community location that is readily accessible.

Representatives from the Greater Hazelwood Family Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the Partnership for Strong Families in Gainesville, Florida, and the Phoenix Public Library in Arizona will explain how these partnerships were initiated, share how they have developed, and provide recommendations for other communities interested to explore developing similar partnerships.

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National, state, and local policymakers, Child welfare leaders, public departments, Children's Trust Fund staff, private funders, Family Support and Strengthening Network leaders and representatives, Family Resource Center and Family Support Program management and direct service staff

Webinars Wednesdays

This webinar is part of the National Family Support Network's Webinar Wednesday series.


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