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Implementation Sites Selected to Advance Early Childhood Developmental Health Systems

The Early Childhood Developmental Health Systems (ECDHS): Evidence to Impact Center selected three Implementation Sites in Colorado, Hawaii, and Washington for a multiyear award to advance equity- and family-centered early childhood developmental systems. The award, funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration, will focus on improving outcomes and reducing disparities in health and family well-being in communities with high levels of childhood poverty.

The Center – led by ZERO TO THREE in partnership with several of the nation’s top early childhood and health system organizations – will work with the sites to implement and evaluate ECD systems-building strategies, such as promoting developmental health and well-being and bringing together critical services (e.g., maternal and child health, early childhood education) to provide seamless care for young children and their families.

Read more about the Implementation Sites and ECDHS: Evidence to Impact Center.


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