Gov. Kay Ivey has announced the creation of the Alabama Family Central website that is designed to help connect parents and caregivers with resources.
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“Alabama Family Central will ensure that all parents and children in our state have access to crucial information and resources from numerous state agencies and non-profit organizations,” Gov. Ivey said. “Great parents need strong partners, and I am proud of the strong collaboration between the state and private sector to offer a one-stop-shop of assistance for Alabama families. I appreciate the Alabama Partnership for Children spearheading this effort.”
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According to the governor’s office, the site highlights resources that are relevant and timely to the need of children.
Click here to visit the website.
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