New Program Works to Improve Kids’ Lives
Whether the needs to be met involve education, medical or mental treatment or help with nutrition and housing, “I think what we're seeing is that Allen County has the resources, but we are not using them,” GiaQuinta said. “We're not working together.”
Because they are in a unique position to recognize and assess the problems of young children, CHIP plans to focus first on helping doctors and other medical professionals make those connections.
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