Professionals from Itasca County Public Health, New Beginnings, Advocates for Family Peace, Itasca County Workforce Center, Itasca County YMCA, area merchants, and a licensed clinical social worker present materials that helps ensure that TAPP Students receive education in a variety of topics. Further, TAPP Parent’s play a key role informing their education opportunities. Some educational topics include time management, SIDS, mental health, CPR, First Aid, healthy relationships, physical health, child literacy, and more.
TAPP Students also spend time participating in community activities including the annual Children’s Fair, Community Connect, bell ringing for the Salvation Army, homeless awareness, library story time, and other community activities. TAPP students also have the opportunity to enroll their children in KOOTASCA’s Early Head Start program.
For more information, to make a referral, or to request an application for TAPP, please email email@example.com or call/text 218-398-1399.