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⭐ Parent Panel: Where Do We Go from Here? Helping Families Adjust to Life in the Post Pandemic World (Baltimore County Public Library)- VIRTUAL

Our children are resilient, yet so much has changed and will continue to change. Wondering about the transition back to school, work and life for your children and how to prepare them for a successful transition? Our panelists offer guidance to help families deal with anxiety, fear and worry that […]


Foster Parent Information Meeting (Montgomery County MD Gov) – VIRTUAL

Interested in learning more about becoming a licensed foster parent in Montgomery County? Virtual Information Meeting 6:30-8:00 pm. To RSVP, send an email to fprecruiter@montgomerycountymd.gov and a link will be sent. Location Online Meeting Category Community Events, Educational Class Age Adult Area All Contact Phone 240-777-1664 Contact Email fprecruiter@montgomerycountymd.gov Cost FREE Link montgomerycountymd.gov…


⭐ Community Conversation: Children’s Mental Health Matters (Prince George’s County Memorial Library) – VIRTUAL

A weekly community conversation with civic and community leaders. This week, we speak with Tiffany Thomas, the Program Coordinator for the Maryland Children’s Mental Health Matters Campaign. Check LINK for virtual meeting information (information not posted as of 4/28/2021)


Indies UNITE! Panel—Resilient Kids, Supportive Adults (Politics & Prose) – VIRTUAL

  What’s harder than parenting? Parenting during a pandemic! Indies UNITE! proudly presents Resilient Kids, Supportive Adults: Giving Kids the Tools to Thrive, the second in a series of virtual panels designed to tackle tough topics being faced in real time. Join us on Saturday, February 27th at 4 as […]


Single Parent Conference (Montgomery College) – VIRTUAL

  Being a single parent in today’s world can be demanding—and stressful. If you are a single parent, you are busy raising your children, managing your family’s finances, creating life-work balance, and seeking support networks. Montgomery College wants to connect single-parent families with the resources necessary to thrive. In this […]


How Cultural Factors Shape Children’s Economic Outcomes (Brookings Institution) – VIRTUAL

Children’s economic and social outcomes, both during their childhood and in their adult years, largely depend on the circumstances into which they are born and raised. Such circumstances are the product of children’s families, schools, and neighborhoods; the peers and adults with whom they spend time; the media images that […]