Celebrating the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.
Today, we honor the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., by continuing his unfinished work to redeem the soul of America. Dr. King came of age in the South during a time when racial discrimination was the law of the land.
Congress Expands the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program!
Last month Congress wrapped up legislation for the year, including the passing of the Omnibus year-end spending package. Thanks to the advocacy of you and so many other stakeholders across the nation, Congress included a bipartisan five-year reauthorization and expansion
January is National Mentoring Month!
Each January, communities come together to ignite passions and help turn those wildest dreams into reality with National Mentoring Month. By harnessing our collective voice, MENTOR advocates for mentorship, legislative priorities, and raises awareness for how one conversation, one experience,
Building Bridges Parent Cabinet & Parent Ambassador Convenings
The Connecticut Children's Collective was so pleased to collaborate with the Office of Early Childhood (OEC), and Joyce Bosco who facilitated three separate convenings for the six regions in Connecticut who are actively involved in the first of its kind,
December is Human Rights Month
2022 is the 75th anniversary of the UHDR. This year’s theme is dignity, freedom, and justice for all. This theme has been chosen to remind everyone of the initial mission of the UHDR, as human rights have been under attack
November is Diabetes Awareness Month
First you’re told you have diabetes. Then you need to worry about your health and treatment costs. Today’s diabetes hits different. Different from before the COVID-19 pandemic. Different risk factors and complications. Different communities, but ultimately all of us. But
The Cook Center for Human Connection~ Full Workshop Recording
The Connecticut Children's Collective was pleased to present a workshop highlighting the work of The Cook Center for Human Connection on Wednesday November 16, 2022. We welcomed guest speakers Adele Winter, Director of Growth, who introduced us to so many FREE resources
Learn about the Cook Center for Human Connection
We all know that COVID has left many families and individuals in need of mental health supports. It was a global pandemic, and we all have been traumatized to some extent, because of it. That is why the Connecticut Children's
November is Native American Heritage Month
What started at the turn of the century as an effort to gain a day of recognition for the significant contributions the first Americans made to the establishment and growth of the U.S., has resulted in a whole month being
Choose Love Movement Workshop Recording
On October 19, 2022 the Collective welcomed Julia Richter, Director of Choose Love C.A.R.E.S (Cultivating Authentic Relationships in the Education System. She spoke about that we as educators and professionals have to be sure to fill our cups, so we