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Parents as Teachers and Family Centers Rally Day at the Capitol: Celebrating 30 Years

June 15, 2022
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET
Pennsylvania State Capitol Steps
501 N 3rd St, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania


Help celebrate the 30th anniversary of Parents as Teachers and Family Centers in Pennsylvania and share your support for these vital programs! Parents, teachers, providers and others who care about family engagement programs will visit their state legislators in Harrisburg and join the celebration!


Presenters include:

  • Parents and providers
  • Pennsylvania State Representative Matt Bradford (D-Montgomery)
  • Tracey Campanini, Deputy Secretary, Office of Child Development and Early Learning, Pennsylvania Departments of Education and Human Services
  • Kari King, President and CEO, Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children


Registrants receive a free t-shirt and snack coupon.


Register today! 

PAT advocates for children and families, championing parental leadership, and access to early childhood education services.  Home visitation services are an instrumental part of the early care and education constellation of services available to families at the community level.


At the local and state levels PAT works with other home visitation models, childcare providers, early intervention, Head Start and other services to collaborate on issues of importance, ensure seamless connections for families, and take part in advocating for high-quality early care and education services for all families.


The Parents as Teachers (PAT) state office is part of Pennsylvania’s Home Visitation Stakeholders Group and the Family Center Network. The HV Stakeholders developed the following vision for establishing a system of care that provides services to families through evidence-based home visiting models.


“A statewide system of high-quality home visiting services that will, in partnership with families and communities, strengthen, support, and promote prenatal health, family well-being and early childhood health, safety, development and education.”