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2022 Family Needs Assessment now open; help us spread the word


The Building Bright Futures’ Families and Communities Committee has officially launched their 2022 Early Childhood Family Needs Assessment! This anonymous survey is open and we are asking Vermont parents and guardians with children under 9 years old to complete it.

If you are a parent or guardian of a young child, please complete the survey now!

The Families and Communities Committee thoughtfully developed the survey to gather feedback from Vermont families with young children on their experiences accessing services and support within the state’s early childhood system. We are excited to elevate the important stories and data we gather from this survey to inform policy and decision-making in the state’s early childhood system.

As a partner in our network, we would appreciate your support with sharing the link to the survey in your community, on social media, and in relevant circles. We’ve made a social media graphic that can also be printed out as a flyer for you to share.

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