Parents may participate in the establishment of policies and procedures that govern CHILD, Inc. programs. Opportunities include:
- CHILD, Inc. Board of Directors
Government, community, and parent representatives meet four times per year to establish and/or revise policies on program management, finances, personnel, and operations. Parent representatives are elected each spring to serve two-year terms
- CHILD, Inc. Policy Council
This committee provides parents with opportunities to work with the management staff to learn more about program services. The committee is responsible for assessing, discussing, planning, and implementing the agency’s services to children and families.
- Program Service Advisory Committee
The Early Childhood Development Committee, the Health and Nutrition Committee, and the Family and Community Partnerships Committee each provide parents with opportunities to work with the management staff to establish new services or improve existing ones.