Date: August 9th
Time: 2:00 – 3:00PM EDT/ 1-2pm CST/ 12-1pm MST/ 11am-12pm PST
Title: NFI Programs: All You Want (or Need) to Know…and More!
Registration Page: http://bit.ly/freenfiprogramswebinar
Description: National Fatherhood Initiative offers over 100 fatherhood skill-building resource and programs, which everyone thinks is great! But sometimes, all of those choices can be overwhelming, and it can be hard to find time to learn about how each resource can help your organization better engage fathers.
To that end, please join NFI President Christopher Brown for a webinar highlighting all you want or need to know (and more!) about NFI’s extensive catalog.
Christopher will cover everything from NFI’s low intensity resources (i.e. brochures, tip cards), to high intensity resources (8 and 12 week programs for moms and dads), to father engagement and facilitator training, and more. We hope to see you there.
Arizona families can begin applying for KidsCare on July 26, 2016 for coverage that will begin on September 1, 2016. KidsCare is a health insurance program that is related to AHCCCS (Medicaid). The following are questions that consumers may have and enrollment Assisters may be asked.
|May Qualify for AHCCCS
(Medicaid, with no monthly premium)
|May Qualify for KidsCare|
|Family Size||Monthly Family Income||Annual Family Income||Monthly Family Income||Annual Family Income|
For additional amounts and larger families go to: https://azahcccs.gov/Members/GetCovered/Categories/KidsCare.html
Please note there will be further clarifications of some of these points in the future. KidsCare will cost no more than $50 a month for one child or no more than $70 a month no matter how many children are in the household. The amount a family pays depends on their income and number of children. Per federal law, Native Americans enrolled with a federally recognized tribe and certain Alaskan Natives do not have to pay a premium. To get KidsCare at no cost, you must give us proof of tribal enrollment. For specific amounts:
Dr. Neal Horen, one of the HV-ImpACT's TA specialists and Director of the Early Childhood Division at the Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development, will lead this lively webinar. Learn how to: • Define trauma and trauma-informed approaches • Describe the potential impact of adverse experiences (toxic stress) on young children • Identify signs and symptoms of trauma in children • Describe trauma-informed approaches to support resilience in children, families, and the home visiting workforce