In North Carolina, one in five children struggles with hunger. In some parts of the state, such as rural northeastern North Carolina, a quarter of all children are not always getting enough to eat. A new podcast from MomsRising and the NC Alliance for Health gives voice to the people behind those numbers, debunking common myths about who is hungry.
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Together we can make North Carolina a place where every child gets the opportunity to fulfill their potential.
Mental wellness, relational health, and healthy social emotional development are essential parts of infants & toddlers and children’s overall development. Every program for babies and children must intentionally support social emotional wellness #Fearlesslove #4All2Thrive https://twitter.com/ncchild/status/1220014286526910464
“School-based programs are promising because they let us meet kids where they are."
Don’t miss our interview with @NCChild’s @SarahNCChild on how we're changing the landscape for #oralhealth in NC #access #FHLImpact https://bit.ly/2TKwamP