The Jacksonville Children’s Commission is providing notice to the community of its intent to submit an application for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program (21st CCLC) Request for Proposal provided by the Florida Department of Education: http://www.fldoe.org/schools/family-community/activities-programs/21st-century-community-learning-center/rfp.stml
By Associated Press on January 2, 2015 – http://www.saintpetersblog.com/archives/172822
A federal judge has ruled that Florida’s health care system for impoverished and disabled children violates several U.S. laws.
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 8, 2014 – The City of Jacksonville, Cover Jacksonville, Enroll America and the Health Planning Council will jointly host an open enrollment event Saturday, Dec. 13 at 9 a.m. at Regency Square Mall. Spanish-speaking Navigators will be available throughout the event.
Local public-private coalition holding press conference to launch second Affordable Care Act enrollment period beginning November 15
JACKSONVILLE, FL – With the second Affordable Care Act open enrollment period just a couple days away, Get Covered America, Sen. Audrey Gibson, Cover Jacksonville, the Health Planning Council of Northeast Florida and the Regency Square Mall will be holding a press conference and ribbon cutting ceremony
The Jacksonville Children’s Commission (JCC) and the City’s Information Technology GIS (Geographical Information Systems) group have created an online Afterschool Program Locator Tool to help families identify a conveniently located afterschool program. The Afterschool Program Locator Tool provides families with an easy to use and intuitive site to quickly learn which afterschool programs are
Some parents and teachers want children to be able to ‘play’ all summer and just enjoy themselves. But research tells us that when children, even young children, are not engaged in educational activities in the summer they can experience a drop in their academic skills. This is what the experts call the ‘Summer Slide’. Fotunatley, the ‘Summer Slide’ can
Jacksonville, FL was one of eight cities selected by the National League of Cities (NLC) to participate in the Cities Expanding Health Access to Children and Families (CEHACF) Initiative!
CEHACF will help cities implement comprehensive campaigns to reduce the uninsured rate for children and families in each of the selected cities. Families with health insurance reduce emergency room visits, avoid
The Jacksonville Children’s Commission has teamed up with the City’s Information Technology GIS (Geographical Information Systems) group to create a new site! This site is a tool for families with children who are looking for summer camps or Summer BreakSpot feeding sites. It helps them identify summer camp and feeding site locations and learn more about each site.