5:00-5:20pm Behavioral Health and Senior work groups will provide an update on their progress Free Open to the Public
5:30-7:00 The ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) work group will be hosting a Parent Café. At the Parent Café, we share ideas that can help us take care of ourselves and our families and raise strong, happy children. Includes a light dinner and childcare.
Learn & Share about keeping yourself, your children and your family strong with:
Knowledge of Parenting and Child Development
Concrete Support In Time of Need
Children’s Social and Emotional Development
Healthy Parent/Child Relationship
Attendees should have at least one child from birth to 5 years old. Free but registration required. Registration is limited to 32, so reserve your spot early!
For questions about the Parent Café, contact Pilar Olivo at 301-471-3400.
Health Priority Setting Summit convened 9/13/2016. The three priorities identified for health improvement are: