The Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems (ECCS) project aims to build integrated maternal and early childhood systems of care that are equitable, sustainable, and inclusive of the health system. It promotes early developmental health and family well-being and increases family-centered access to care and engagement of the prenatal-to-three-year-old population.
A maternal and early childhood system of care brings together health, early care, education, child welfare, and other human services and family support program partners. ECCS strives to collaborate with community leaders, families, and other stakeholders to achieve agreed-upon goals for thriving children and families.
Thank you to the ECCS Leadership Team for their tireless efforts throughout 2023 to support the creation of Nevada’s first Early Childhood Comprehensive System Prenatal – Age 3 Strategic Plan. Stay tuned for more information on work plans related to our three goals!
DHHS – DPBH, DHHS – DHCFP, DHHS – DWSS, NDE – OLED, Governor’s Office of New Americans, NV Early Childhood Advisory Council, Rural NV Health Network, NV Community Health Worker Association, Family TIES, NV Institute for Children’s Research & Policy at UNLV, Children’s Advocacy Alliance, NV Statewide Coalition Partnership, PDG B-5, NECAC (Nevada Early Childhood Advisory council – Starting Early is Starting Right on Time.
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