The Building Bright Futures network is made up of the State Advisory Council and 12 regional councils. Combined, these councils align to provide access, quality and affordability of early care, health, and education of young children and their families at the local level with effective policy at the state level.
The Council works to establish key indicators of success in the lives of young children and their families, and establish a means for regularly collecting, analyzing, and reporting this data. From this data they develop a strategic plan to address key needs and ongoing issues directed toward improving outcomes.
The twelve regional councils are a major artery of communications, planning and organizing, resulting in coordinated actions toward young children and family service-delivery system improvements and advocacy from local communities to the governor, state agencies, state legislature and businesses.
We invite those interested in improving the lives of young children and their families to get involved. Find a local council near you!