FSU Young Parents Project

LAST UPDATED: October 16, 2018
Education & Youth Development
Florida State University Center for Prevention and Early Intervention Policy (FSU Center) focuses on vulnerable infants and toddlers in the areas of school readiness, infant mental health, home visiting and quality childcare practices. The work of the FSU Center contributes to major state initiatives for maternal and child health and development. Programs include the FSU Young Parents Project, a home visiting program for court-involved teen mothers and their children, the Early Head Start program in Gadsden County, Early Childhood Court Initiative, Partners for a Healthy Baby Curriculum and the Ten Components of Quality. The vision of the FSU Center is that “one day all children will be healthy, equipped to learn, and nurtured to develop their full potential.” This vision is implemented by investigating what interventions are most effective, translating the related research findings into public policy and programs, and evaluating the impact on children ages 0-3, their families and the communities in which they live.
FSU Center for Prevention & Early Intervention Policy
1339 East Lafayette Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301

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Mimi Graham
Director of the FSU Center for Prevention & Early Intervention
Barbara White
Director of the FSU Young Parents Project
Juanita Armbrister
Site Coordinator for the Young Parents Project- Miami


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