This page is for everyone who touches the lives of young children. In addition to letting you know what's going on with BT3, we will sometimes post news from other agencies.
BT3 Fall Update
The U.S. Census Bureau has reported that despite gains in our economy and low unemployment, child poverty in the U.S. remains high. In the Adirondack Region, this number exceeds the national average, making the work of BT3 more important than ever. Read more about our latest work...
It's been a busy past few months for the Adirondack Birth to Three Alliance. The BT3 Executive Committee had a successful strategic planning meeting to set the path forward for the Alliance with two goals:
Goal 1: Improve and increase service delivery to BT3 children and families.
Building the Alliance as a coalition and network through which practitioners connect and work together to improve services
The Adirondack Birth to Three Alliance’s annual meeting will bring together educators, providers, government, nonprofits, and businesses to network, quickly review progress to date, and consider strategies to support services for families with young children across the region.