Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many early learning programs and all schools in Pennsylvania had to close abruptly and drastically adjust their operations. In turn, this left many families without access to child care and education services for their children.
In response to this crisis, Trying Together and our partners worked rapidly to develop several…
Search available child care spots at Allegheny County early learning programs in real time.
Are you interested in learning evidence-based tools parents, teachers, and children can use to self-soothe and regulate their emotions? Join Coach Troy Byer on September 22 for “Stress Management…
Join Trying Together from September 14–23, 2020 for our second free Virtual UnConference: Caring in a ‘New Normal’. PQAS and Act 48 credit hours will be available. Registration is required.
In Allegheny County, 48 percent of eligible children do not have access to publicly funded pre-k programs and 67 percent of Child Care Works subsidy-eligible children under age five remain…
Trying Together has launched our 2019–2020 Public Policy Agenda with nine priorities to:
Do What’s Best for Children
To accomplish this work, we need supporters who will join us to raise their voices, use traditional and social media, and meet with policy makers.
We need to remember that children are trying, too—trying to understand their feelings and their world, trying to please the people they love, trying to grow. When grownups and children are trying together, just about anything can be possible.