We are excited to announce our Children's Policy Series, a new effort to break down the artificial walls between children's policy issues, increase understanding of these issues, and bring Texans together to identify policy strategies to improve child well-being.
We know that children don't experience life in neat policy silos, so we're aiming to broaden the conversations we previously held in our issue-specific gatherings, such as the Children's Mental Health Forum and the Juvenile Justice Roundtable. Those discussions will now take place through our Children's Policy Series.
We will launch on June 23rd with a meeting to discuss the health of children in foster care and the juvenile justice system.
Please join us:
Using Data to Improve Outcomes:
Keeping Track of the Physical & Mental Health of Kids in the Foster Care and Juvenile Justice Systems
Thursday, June 23, 1:00 - 2:30 pm
1106 Clayton Lane, Room 203E
No RSVP necessary. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you on June 23 and at other Children's Policy Series events!