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Webinars: Health Coverage Options for Families

Don't miss CFRA's webinars designed to prepare FRCs to connect kids and families with the health coverage they need.

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Action Alert: Send Your Letter of Support for AB 883

This weekend California's legislative session came to an end and CFRA is happy to report that AB 883 (Cooley), sponsored by The Child Abuse Prevention Center, is heading to the Governor's desk. Please join CFRA in urging the Governor's signature to enact this important program!

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2014 Regional Meetings: Strengthen Our Voices for Children and Families

CFRA invites you and your staff to 2014 Regional Meetings specially designed for family strengthening agencies and advocates.

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Prevention & Early Intervention (PEI) Regulations: Submit Your Comments

Please submit your comments to the MHSOAC and help protect prevention funding for children, youth and families! Three options for weighing in on the PEI regulations...

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Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) Regulations Are Changing- Don't Miss Out!

PEI is the second largest component of Proposition 63 or the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA). Counties must spend at least 20% of their MHSA funds on PEI programs. Join CFRA staff and fellow-CFRA members on a webinar Tuesday, July 15 at 11am to share your questions, concerns, and recommendations.

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Summary of Enacted 2014-2015 Budget

On June 20, Governor Brown signed the $156.3 billion 2014-15 budget into law. Next year's budget focuses on ensuring the state's long term fiscal stability by paying down debt and setting aside over $2 billion for reserves including a Rainy Day Fund. It also makes incremental but significant improvements in the health, education and welfare of California's children and families-- a welcome change after years of harsh and ill-considered cuts.

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