When a Service Providing Organizations (SPOs) is funded to provide care to newcomer children while parents participate in CIC-funded services, it now falls under the Care for Newcomer Children (CNC) model.
Learn about the CNC model, its goals, the types of care, and the benefits.
The following are the full CNC Requirements.
Care for Newcomer Children (CNC): A Step-by-Step Guide for New Programs provides organizations with the information, tools and resources they need to start up and manage a safe and successful CNC program. In it, you will find:
– implementation checklists
– sample policies and procedures
– templates, and
– supporting resources
CMAS consultants are also always available to help!
Getting Started Checklists
Checklists that can help get your program up and running.
Helping You Meet the Requirements
- New and Improved Multilingual Parent Resource: All About Care for Newcomer Children (CNC)
- Helping You Meet the Requirements: Supporting Dual Language Learning
- Helping You Meet the Requirements: Supporting Newcomer Children With Special Needs
- Helping You Meet the Requirements: Supporting Parents
Articles that will help you meet CNC requirements.
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