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Family Support & Engagement Resources

 

ERSEA ELIGIBILITY FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)

 
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE RIGHTS RESOURCES


FAMILY SUPPORT/HEALTH & NUTRITION MEETING RESOURCES

 
RECRUITMENT

Lists of recruitment targets in a community. Staff can use the lists to create an exhaustive list of recruitment contacts in their community, which would be helpful to utilize throughout the year to help sites maintain full enrollment.


HOMELESSNESS


SUMMER ACTIVITIES IDEAS

  • Activities for the Summer Months — A list for June, July, and August of activities parents can do with their children to keep them engaged and active during the summer months.


SURVIVAL WORDS

 
FREE SUMMER MEALS (Breakfast, Lunch, or Snacks)

Free summer meals are served to children in low-income areas during the summer at sites such as neighborhood parks, libraries, schools, places of worship, mobile buses, and recreation centers.

  • www.WhyHunger.org/findfood or call the National Hunger Hotline (1-866-3-HUNGRY or 1-877-8-Hambre) — Find out where free summer meals are being served near you or someone you know. On the website, click on "Get Info" tab, which takes you to Federal Food Programs and click on Summer Food Service Program. The information on distribution sites is updated closer to the end of the school year, so check back to get the most current information.

  • "Summer Food Rocks" — This USDA website has an interactive map. Just enter your City or Zip Code and see what sites are serving meals near you.


 EXPLORING EDUCATION AND CAREER OPTIONS

Websites that aid an adult wanting to know which jobs will be more in demand in the future, which employers hire in certain industries, which Washington community or technical college best meets his/her goals, or other eligible training providers and unemployment programs in Washington.

 
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