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Face the Children

June 4th, 2009 Posted in Advocacy

California is experiencing an unprecedented budget crisis.  Early intervention services for young children are in jeopardy.  Current budget cut proposals will make it harder for children with special needs to qualify for services, or potentially, eliminate some services altogether.

Please contact your Legislators and encourage the families that you work with to contact their Legislators.  We need to tell our Legislators why these services are important and what they mean to the children and families of California. 

So, fax a picture or fax a letter; let them see or hear from you. Include your complete name and address and tell them about your child and your experiences with Early Start and/or the Regional Center.

Send your pictures and letters to:

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger

State Capitol Building

Phone: 916.445.2841

Fax: 916.558.3160

Assembly member Noreen Evans

Chair, Assembly Budget Committee

State Capitol Building

Phone: 916.319.2007

Fax: 916.319.2107

-submitted by: Public Policy Committee, Infant Development Association of CA

www.idaofcal.org

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