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Upcoming Events:

COJ Summer Feed Program

June 10

To ensure no child goes hungry this summer, the City of Jackson hosts a Summer Feeding Program for Jackson residents aged 0 to 18. The program will be in operation from June 10th to July 12th and will be available on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Meals will be served from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

2024 Mississippi Early Childhood Education Conference

June 17

Uniting early childhood educators from around the state to connect, collaborate and improve early learning environments for every child.

Mississippi Autism Advisory Committee Meeting

June 18

MAAC is tasked with writing a report to the legislature outlining any roadblocks that exist that prevent meaningful progress.

Is your child in crisis?

If you’re worried about the safety of your child or the safety of others around your child, the Mississippi Department of Mental Health has certified, 24/7 in-person crisis response services around the state that you can call at 1-877-210-8513

You can also call 9-1-1 for emergencies.

Have a concern about your child?

If you’re a parent or someone raising a child and you have a concern, you can now call our Parent Concern Line at 601-608-7525 to get help and resources.  

Issues with your child's school?

If your child has been sent home from school or you’re having other problems with your school or district, we have resources to help you learn more about your rights and people you can partner with to exercise those rights. 

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We Understand.

Do you get constant calls from the school about your child's behavior? Are you worried about your young child's development?

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Let's Partner.

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Do you want to make sure your services are helpful?
 

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Let's Work Together.

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