Join us 8am- Noon on March 10th for a Routt-to-Work Talk it Up session with keynote speaker Mark Kling, Executive Director of the Family Resource Center Association, Denver, who will explain the two-generational approach.
What Is a Two-Generation Approach?
Two-generation approaches focus on creating opportunities for and addressing needs of both vulnerable children and their parents together.
Two-generation approaches can be found along a continuum. This graphic illustrates the starting point (parent or child) and the relative emphasis. Whole-family approaches focus equally and intentionally on services and opportunities for the parent and the child. Child-parent approaches focus first or primarily on the child but are moving toward a two-generation approach and also include services and opportunities for the parent. Parent-child approaches focus first or primarily on the parent but are moving toward a two-generation approach and also include services and opportunities for children: