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Phone: 608-263-2353
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June 2006

New Issue of Family Matters Newsletter Available

The Value of Families in Long-Term Care

Family Matters is a newsletter for state policymakers published by the Wisconsin Family Impact Seminars. Check out the fourteenth issue, The Value of Families in Long-Term Care.

April 2006

Two New States Join Our Network & One State Conducts its First Seminar!

We added two new states to our network: Montana and New Hampshire. Welcome to the network! We also want to welcome new staff in existing states - Oklahoma and Ohio - who were recently trained and will be taking over the Seminars in their states.
In February, Illinois conducted its first Family Impact Seminar. Congratulations!

January 2006

2006 Seminars

NE - Welfare Reform: Promoting Parental Self-Sufficiency While Ensuring the Well-Being of Children
DC - Food Marketing to Children and Youth: Threat or Opportunity?
IL - What Works in Reducing Crime: A Family Perspective for State Policymaking
IN - Financing Healthcare for Indiana Families
MD - Pharmacy Matters to Marylanders
MI - Preparing Michigan's Communities and Families for the New Economy
MT - Kinship Care and Child Welfare: Current Challenges and Future Policy Direction
NC - Children's Mental Health: Strategies for Providing High Quality and Cost-Effective Care
WI - Long-Term Care Reform: Wisconsin's Experience Compared to Other States


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Wisconsin capitol photo courtesy of Jeff Miller, UW-Madison University Communications, 2002.