HMG Supported as Primary Prevention Program – lunch & learn follow-up

Thanks to all those that participated in the October 20 Lunch & Learn virtual event presented by Help Me Grow New York State (HMG NYS). Special thanks to both NYS Senator John Mannion and NYS Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi for kicking off the event and offering their continuing support of Help Me Grow!

The presentation was full of helpful content summarizing the work of the four NYS Help Me Grow affiliates, and how HMG serves as a valued primary prevention program, with plans to expand into new communities in NYS.

Please find the PDF slide deck and webinar recording below.


Lunch & Learn recording

We invite you to follow Help Me Grow on social media and promote Help Me Grow amongst your personal and professional networks.

@HMGLongIsland
@helpmegrowonondaga
@childrensinstituteROC
@HMGWNY

Please be sure to contact us about opportunities for greater partnership and connection.

This is a reshifting… to help kids and families you have to get in there before there is trouble and before there is trauma… and that’s why we think Help Me Grow is the future – we are building a coalition of dedicated officials – this is the way government should be structured to solve problems.
NYS Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi

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