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  • Promote nurturing, supportive relationships by addressing parents’ mental health needs; encouraging play, reading aloud, and talking together.
  • Help families learn to receive and share parenting information with their community.  
  • Support safe, stable, and protective environments by linking children and families with support for basic needs and educational programs that promote healthy development.  
  • Support opportunities for constructive engagement by encouraging participation in neighborhood-based or faith-based extracurricular or volunteer activities. 
  • Support the development of social and emotional competence through talking with parents about promoting resilience in children or connecting people to trauma-informed care.

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