Success Stories

Eleven Family Connection Collaboratives Team up to Improve Indicators of Child and Family Well-Being

October 01 2013 –
Diana St. Lifer

Low birthweight, childhood obesity, and a literacy gap are serious threats to the well-being of Georgia’s families and children. Recognizing the impact these pressing issues have on the state’s health, safety, and ability to prosper, Georgia Family Connection Partnership (GaFCP) has launched three initiatives dedicated to developing and implementing strategies that address these key indicators.

With help from state and community partners and funding agencies, GaFCP is providing 11 Collaborative organizations with resources, assistance and a structure to team up with their peers in other counties struggling with the same indicator.

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