Wednesday, April 23, 2014

From dull to meaningful: Help CFSA name the IV-E waiver program

According to an email from CFSA:
CFSA Colleagues and Partners:

The wonderful, transformative program getting underway in the District deserves a better name than “IV-E waiver” (z-z-z-z-z-z). Please help us give this worthy effort an appealing identity as other jurisdictions have done. We’ve narrowed the field to three choices, and you can play a part in picking the winner. To cast your vote, use this link:

Need background to make the best choice? Here’s a short refresher about what we hope to do under the waiver:

Over the next five years, CFSA will spearhead development of a more robust local safety net that includes best practices in child abuse prevention and support services. Families all over town will be able to tap effective services in their neighborhoods before difficulties overwhelm them. Help will range from one-time or short-term supports to long-term, intensive assistance depending on what families need. The Healthy Families/Thriving Communities Collaboratives will serve as the primary coordinators for these services and will ensure they are available throughout the city.

Your vote must be in by Wednesday, April 30, so please don’t delay. We very much appreciate your help.

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