The two-generation approach is an innovative model for supporting the success of whole families by working with parents and their children simultaneously. Hosted by the John T. Gorman Foundation, this webinar covers a recent brief on two-generation practice and policy in Maine. The panelists – policy brief author and national two-generation expert Sarah Griffen, Maine DHHS Deputy Commissioner Bethany Hamm, and KVCAP/Educare Director of Child & Family Services Tracye Fortin – shared updates on how the two-generation approach is being applied in Maine and perspectives on how the model could be expanded to help even more Maine families succeed. Discussion facilitated by two-generation consultant Gail Hayes with introductory remarks from John T. Gorman Foundation President and CEO Tony Cipollone.
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VIDEO: Two-Generation Policy Brief Webinar
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