Mid-level dental providers make safe, affordable, high-quality dental care available to more than 40,000 Alaska Native children and families and bring substantial economic benefits to their communities.
Increase access and quality of early childhood education for Native American children and families by building the capacity of tribes to develop efforts that are rooted in their cultures and languages through family engagement, teacher professional development and best practices in early learning
Ready for School collaborates with community organizations, school districts and other stakeholders to engage and inform parents about early childhood education and to expand early learning opportunities.
Launched in 2009, the Double Up Food Bucks program has grown from five farmer’s markets in Detroit to more than 150 locations throughout Michigan, including grocery stores, food stands and mobile food trucks.
Since 2009, more than $3.7 million in Double Up Food Bucks have been spent at food retail locations in Michigan. The program helps SNAP recipients double their food dollars on fresh, locally-grown produce.