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Using Mental Health Strategies to Move the Early Childhood Agenda and Promote School Readiness

Knitzer, Jane

This issue brief highlights emerging strategies to promote the emotional wellness of young children and their families, including those most at risk; to enhance the skills of the families and other caregivers who nurture and support young children; and to ensure that those who need specialized services get them. It describes a number of initiatives developed across the nation, with an emphasis on two Starting Points sites, San Francisco and Vermont.

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Carnegie Corporation of New York and the National Center for Children in Poverty, Columbia University
Publication Origin
New York
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National Center for Children in Poverty
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