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    Free Newborn Screening New York's Newborn Screening program


    Welcome to Partners for Children

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    • we are a   group of fourteen agencies    

    • from both public and private sectors

    • who came together to make life better for New York's children and families

    • by encouraging collaborations at the local community level.
    Website of the Week:  Top Teaching Resources provides a one-stop information source designed to help educators

    Important Announcement about Use of the Federal Register

    Lead Safe Stratgy Awards

    NOTICE: Beginning with FY 2006, the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) will no longer publish grant announcements in the Federal Register. Beginning October 1, 2005 applicants will be able to find a synopsis of all ACF grant opportunities and apply electronically for funding opportunities

    Applicants will also be able to find the complete text of all ACF grant announcements on the ACF web site located at:

    ACF has a grant information listserv that you can sign up for. You'll need to decide whether you want to receive a specific subject or all ACS grant announcements. For further information go to:

    The United States Conference of Mayors and DuPont ) have announced the 2005 Cities United for Science Progress (CUSP) Lead-Safe for Kids' Sake grant program.

    For the most outstanding lead-safe strategy of 2005, CUSP will award one city the $175,000 Award of Excellence.

    In addition, two cities will each receive $100,000 Awards of Distinction for lead-safe best practices. The program's sponsors are especially interested in recognizing innovative and replicable lead-safe strategies and practices that leverage the winning resources.

        Not all eligible kids are enrolled in the state Children's Health Insurance Program.
       Community organizations can help reach out to eligible families using the posters, bookmarks and public service announcements developed for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Covering Kids and Families initiative.
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