Highlands County is an excellent place to raise a family. There are multiple agencies and programs available to parents (and grandparents), but they are effective only if the parents know about them. That was the underlying theme of the Feb. 21 meeting of the Children’s Services Council (CSC).
Nine of the 11 “voting members,” numerous and varied service providers, several government officials including new BOCC liaison Don Elwell, and a few “interested citizens” gathered at the Children’s Advocacy Center at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday to review statistics, identify services available, and share strategies to improve the safety and well-being of local children and youth.
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