Zoom Logo

MAX Leadership Network
Jenny Taylor, Goodwill of N. Ga (she/her/hers)
16:34
Gwinnett Cares / Gwinnett Coalition is interested, but their meeting is going on right now.
Jenny Taylor, Goodwill of N. Ga (she/her/hers)
16:43
Thanks, Joy!
Amy Lancaster-King - Metro Atlanta Chamber
20:03
https://www.metroatlantachamber.com/assets/opportunities-lost-report-final_ymXE7Za.pdf
Amy Lancaster-King - Metro Atlanta Chamber
33:01
If you have questions for the panelists, feel free to use the chat box to submit your questions.
John Helton
35:09
Could someone review available childcare assistance programs (TANF-related, TCC, subsidized, etc.) including current capacity?
Tim Cairl
39:40
http://www.decal.ga.gov/BFTS/Covid19.aspx
Joy Wilkins
41:42
18333544357
Laura Wagner / DECAL
47:20
Eligibility for CAPS includes income requirements (below 50% SMI), activity requirements (work, school (including vocational school, enrollment in GED program, enrollment in assoc. degree, enrollment in a bachelors degree program, etc) and priority group status
Laura Wagner / DECAL
47:47
The state serves 50,000 children weekly at minimum through CAPS.
Laura Wagner / DECAL
51:09
In case anyone is looking for more information about how families can apply for CAPS, they can apply through gateway.ga.gov, and/or call 1-833-4GA-CAPS
Rob LeBeau
53:18
Is there a list of child care funding options in metro Atlanta that can be shared with families in need of these services?
jbanker
55:24
Rob, we will get to your question in a bit. Thanks
Laura Wagner / DECAL
56:03
Any family can call 1-877-ALL-GA-KIDS to get information about resources such as funding for childcare (across the state).
Laura Wagner / DECAL
56:26
This is a call center that is funded by DECAL, operated by Quality Care for Children
Laura Wagner / DECAL
56:58
Families can also look for open childcare programs by going to qualityrated.org
Joy Wilkins
01:15:26
Questions:
Joy Wilkins
01:15:35
1. What did you hear that affected you most? That touches you directly?2. If these issues have already come up with your agencies/organizations, what are you already doing to address? How are you working with your employees/participants to go to work?3. What resources, supports, or additional information would be helpful?4. What ideas for addressing the need for child care resonated with you most?5. How can you incorporate these ideas in your daily operations?6. Beyond what you can do through your daily operations, do you see a role for your agency or organization to help address the child care need? What can your agency or organization do?
Joy Wilkins
01:54:31
Great if everyone can please email your group's feedback on the questions to joy@servingcommunities.net. Thanks much.
Chanetha Vaughn
01:59:29
Great meeting and resources. I have to jump off to join another meeting currently in progress. Have a great day:)
Mindy Binderman, GEEARS
01:59:57
www.geears.org
Laura Wagner / DECAL
02:01:16
Thank you so much for having us present on the panel today!
Zandria R.
02:01:33
Thank you so much to the panel!