An MLPB Interview Series with Early Childhood System-Builders
Compiled May 24, 2022 as part of the 18-month MLPB-convened Building Legal Problem-Solving Capacity in the Early Childhood Sector planning process. Thank you to our planning process partner communities for contributing to this interview series (see below) and to The JPB Foundation for making the planning process possible.
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The Project DULCE intervention led to improvements in preventive health care delivery and utilization and accelerated access to concrete supports among low-income families.
Project DULCE is a universal intervention emphasizing concrete supports and improving parent knowledge of child development and parenting. It is cost-effective, efficient, and suitable for widespread replication.
The Project DULCE intervention generated reduced emergency department utilization, enhanced adherence to preventive care, and greater access to concrete supports.