ConcussionConcussion ManagementDrivingEbolaEmergency Medical ServicesEpidemiologyEvery Woman MattersHANHealth NavigationHealthcare Associated InfectionsHeart Disease and Stroke Prevention ProgramImmunizationInjury PreventionJoint Data CenterMaternal Child Adolescent HealthMCH Block GrantNebraska Colon Cancer Screening ProgramNebraska Early Hearing Detection and Intervention ProgramOccupational Safety and Health SurveillanceOral HealthPalliativeCareRural HealthSearchSHIPSIDSTobacco Hurts BusinessTogether For Kids and FamiliesCurrently selectedWomens & Mens Health ProgramsWomens Health InitiativesWorkplace Wellness Toolkit Home Page Content Together for Kids & Families TFKF envisions safe and supportive communities where all children and their families are a top priority. Due to funding changes, Together for Kids and Families has ended operations, effective September 2016. However, the contributions of TFKF to the early childhood systems network in Nebraska will be lasting. Resources from the TFKF workgroups will be sustained here as a public resources until late 2018. **************************** Together for Kids and Families (TFKF) envisions safe and supportive communities where all children and their families are a top priority. TFKF envisions a high quality, well-funded system of early childhood family services and supports. Families, communities, schools, service providers and policy makers are committed to and accountable for helping families and children succeed. TFKF is a grant that was originally awarded to the Nebraska Health and Human Services System in 2003, funded through the State Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems (ECCS) Grant Program administered by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB). Medical/Dental Home Brochure - ENGLISH Medical/Dental Home Brochure - SPANISH Parenting Education Needs Assessment_June 2016 ********* Please direct question and/or comments to Mai Dang at 402-471-2907 or Mai.Dang@nebraska.gov Quick Links Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University Lifespan Health Homepage Maternal Child Adolescent Health Homepage Documents in PDF format require the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader which can be downloaded for free from Adobe Systems, Inc.