Community Collaborations to
Strengthen and Preserve Families

Thursday, April 21, 2022
11am – 12:30 pm, Central time

All families need support at some point — whether that’s navigating the stressors of being a new parent, accessing basic necessities, or receiving the appropriate medical and behavioral health care for you or your children. Addressing families' concrete needs is vital to promoting child and family well-being and supporting long-term health outcomes.

At our upcoming webinar, you will learn how findhelp supports child-serving organizations across the country who address the holistic needs of children and families. You’ll hear from three of our partners who are using findhelp to develop a proactive approach to primary prevention, strengthening whole-family support for at-risk families, and harnessing partnerships to build resilient, community-based systems of care.

If you cannot attend the webinar but are interested in learning more about our platform, please schedule a demo.

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Suzanne Heritage


Suzanne Heritage 
Sr. Business Analyst



Travis Singley
Sr. Customer Success Manager




Stephanie S. Boone 

Statewide Information & Referral Supervisor

Kansas Children's Service League


Shelia Davis, MSW, M.Ed.

Program Director &

Cynthia Gasaway 
IT & Media Coordinator

Family Resource Center (FRC) of Northern Mississippi


Kadian Parchment

Resiliency Coordinator 

Heartland for Children

About findhelp

Findhelp is the nation’s leading social care network, making it easy for customers in a wide range of industries to integrate social care into the work they already do—from education and government to housing, healthcare and more.


Through customer platforms alone, the findhelp network reaches more than 10 million users across the country, making it easy to connect people seeking help and the verified social care providers that serve them, with dignity and ease.