Welcome to our new website!

Author: CFFPP . Date: October 23, 2015

This year, the Center for Family Policy and Practice celebrates its 20th year as a policy institute. We will continue in our mission to strengthen society through the expansion of opportunities for parents to protect and support their children, and make their full contribution to family and community stability.

With the launch of our new website, we celebrate a renewed commitment to our mission and an expanded capacity to interact and collaborate with others who work to support and sustain family economic security and stability. We will continue to use this space to provide analysis, information and education on our focus issues. We hope that the website will serve as a vital resource to social service providers, government agencies, and other nonprofit organizations.

This blog is an important addition to our website. We look forward to using it to announce new publications, disseminate issue briefs and news, and generally contribute to the national discussion of family opportunity and economic security.

We are excited about all of the possibilities this new design gives us, and we invite you to explore our website for more information about the Center.


Thank you,

Jacquelyn Boggess
Executive Director
Center for Family Policy and Practice.

4 thoughts on “Welcome to our new website!”

  1. Brenda T. Thompson says:

    Love the new web-site. It is informative, easy to navigate and chocked full of information. Please include me on your mailing list.

    Brenda T. Thompson
    The Branch Family Institute, Inc.

  2. Leondis Fuller says:

    I would love to work with your organization.

  3. Marsha Mansfield says:

    Like the new website. I rely on your organization to keep me up to date on developments involving the populations that our clinics serve. Thank you!

  4. Keetra Burnette says:

    Congrats on such a great milestone!

    At some point, we should stop to reflect on all that has been accomplished through the advocacy, information, and the sophisticated way in which you break down seemingly complex legal jargon into “people-speak”.

    Thank you for all that you have done!

    MORE importantly, thank you for all that you will continue to do with and for the individuals and families that make up our communities, our City, our County and our State! Thank you a trillion times over!

    And (as my grandmother would say) THANK YOU for fighting the GOOD fight! 🙂

    Keetra Burnette

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