This document, from two members of the Birth Parent National Network: Tecoria Jones & Edwin Daye, provides a parent perspective on strengthening family-centered primary prevention with a focus on increasing coordination between child and family serving partners. Specifically, the document discusses:
1) Access to prevention strategies and the need for more coordination across systems
2) Community support for parents in providing a strong, healthy start for their young children
3) Special considerations related to COVID-19
4) Help from policymakers and leaders in philanthropy, early childhood and the federal government
View the resource here.