Child-serving organizations and community leaders will be meeting at the 2014 National Latino Children’s Summit on October 3rd in Phoenix. It’s called The State of Latino Children: Our Future – and it’ll focus on health, child safety, education and more.
At the summit, Dyanne Herrera from our Office of Women and Children’s Health will provide a data overview and bring focus to the mobilization around children’s health. Dyanne will be joined by colleagues who will update the participants about connecting children to healthcare; Parent Ambassador Programs in the schools; public private partnerships and opportunities for building positive environments. For more information about the summit community partners and agenda, visit the website.