In order to move Kentucky forward, we must make responsible investments in our children. Child advocates throughout the state need to speak with a common voice and advocate for a common agenda. The Blueprint includes three priorities to improve the well-being of Kentucky's children.
All children need health insurance and access to excellent health care and protection from harm to ensure their safe and healthy development. Families need every support possible in providing that care.
Families need to be given the opportunity to save their hard-earned cash and financially support their children. Fair lending practices and targeted tax relief will help them achieve that goal.
Every child needs access to quality early learning opportunities, a strong K-12 education, and support in making a successful transition to adulthood.
The Blueprint is a comprehensive six-year plan to improve child well-being in Kentucky.
When we speak with a common voice and advocate for a common agenda, we have a better shot at making positive changes for Kentucky´s children.
The Blueprint is a coalition of nonprofit, private, and public organizations committed to making Kentucky a great place to be a kid.
Our partnership began in the summer of 2007 when state legislators suggested that we come together with a unified voice for children.
In all regions of Kentucky.