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Children's Policy Council Annual Needs Assessment Is Now Underway
Here is the link that you can click and take the survey:
The Children's Policy Council of Jefferson County each year relies on input from the community - people like you - to assess and prioritize the unmet needs of children birth to young adults in Jefferson County. It's only 11 questions and will be quick!
Will you also please "Share" this survey link and request via your social media? We need to hear from as many voices as possible!
You are part of the "CPC Nation" and this help in gathering input will just make all of our work together more effective on behalf of children in Jefferson County.
With deep appreciation,
Jan Bell, MPH
CPC Monthly ForumsEveryone who is interested in working together for the benefit of children is welcome at the CPC's First Friday forums. Each meeting occurs on the First Friday of the month from 8:30 a.m. - 10 am. Topics and presentations feature current issues effecting children and families in our community.
Location of First Friday Forums: The CPC is grateful to the Children's Aid Society for allowing CPC to meet in their community room, located at 2141 14th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35205 for the meetings in 2016. Have some coffee with people who share your concerns and stay up to date about a broad range of children's issues.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for information about the next First Friday program, to RSVP as well as to be added to the email distribution list for First Friday announcements.
Meetings are always open to the public.
2013 Needs Assessment Survey
The Children’s Policy Council of Jefferson County and UAB School of Public Health partnered in 2013 to conduct and analyze a robust survey for people who live in Jefferson County, Alabama to assess their concerns about needs of children and our community's ability to meet those needs.Click here for the 2013 Needs Assessment survey.
Safe Sleep for InfantsPlease find time to watch this video and share it with families of infants. It is very well done and debunks a lot of myths about how babies should sleep.
Alabama Mental Health Resource Directory
Alabamamentalhealth.org is a website for people seeking mental health information and resources in Jefferson County and North Central Alabama. Read more.
Help Children in Jefferson County
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