Building Bright Futures (BBF) is a nonprofit organization working to improve the well-being of young children and families in Vermont. We do this by monitoring Vermont’s early care, health, and education systems while advising the Governor, Administration, and Legislature on policy improvements.

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Vermont’s Early Childcare System

Monitor the state’s early care, health and education systems.

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Convene individuals, organizations, and agencies committed to young children, recognizing that we can better meet the diverse needs of all children and families when we work together.

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September 17, 2019

How Many Different Colors of Apples Can You Count?

Have you ever heard of The Basics or Boston Basics? I hope that after this quick read, you will remember the name, and will hopefully be interested in finding out more. As a BBF coordinator, I can think of many places where the environment is perfect for young children and families to have high quality […]

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September 16, 2019

Meet Jenn Chittick, a DULCE Family Specialist in Lamoille County

Developmental Understanding and Legal Collaboration for Everyone (DULCE) is transforming the way young families experience their doctors visits and their healthcare in general in a growing number of communities in Vermont. DULCE was featured at the ECAP Summit earlier this year and is expanding to several additional communities this fall. DULCE is an innovative intervention based […]

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September 10, 2019

Sharing Successes at the Help Me Grow National Conference

In May, four members of the Springfield Area Building Bright Futures Council had the opportunity to attend the Help Me Grow National Forum and learn more about Help Me Grow and how others are implementing the initiative.  The team that was able to attend is made up of Rachel Hunter from the Springfield School District, […]

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