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Building on success for Arizona kids & families: State fiscal year 2022 annual report

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The data below detail the number of young children, families and early childhood professionals who had access to programs and services as a result of FTF investments in State Fiscal Year (SFY) 22. Decisions about which programs to fund are informed by recommendations from volunteer regional councils after thorough study of the needs in their communities. As such, not all FTF programs are available in every region. The numbers below reflect the impact of various programs across all the regions that fund those strategies. The reach of some of these programs has decreased due to the fact that providers of early childhood programs and services — like many Arizona businesses emerging from the pandemic — struggled to recruit and retain staff to maximize program delivery. In addition, some locations where providers reached families may have had sustained closures or limited access due to ongoing COVID-19 mitigation efforts. Despite these challenges, First Things First grant partners were able to reach thousands of families and professionals statewide with quality programs that will give the young children in their care the opportunity to start school healthy and ready to succeed! (author abstract) 

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