Family well-being, which includes healthy, safe families with increased financial security

Parent-child relationships, which includes warm, nurturing interactions and relationships

Families as life-long educators, which includes development-centered parenting, observing, guiding, promoting and participating in everyday learning of their children at home, school and in community

Families as learners, which includes families advancing in their own learning  interests through education, training and other experiences that support their parenting, career, and life goals

Family engagement in transitions, which includes supporting and advocating for their child’s development as they transition to new learning environments within the EHS, HS or community program and into kindergarten through elementary school

Family connection to peers and community, as parents and families form connections with peers and mentors in formal and informal social networks that are supportive and/or educational and that enhance social well-being and community life

Families as advocates and learners, as they participate in leadership development, decision-making, program policy development, and community and state organizing activities to improve children’s development and learning experience