UNCG Campus Weekly

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Dr. Chris Payne

Portrait of Dr. Chris PayneDr. Chris Payne (Center for Youth, Families and Community Partnerships) received new funding from the Guilford County Partnership for Children for the project “Promoting Positive Development: Bringing Out the Best.” Bringing Out the Best builds the capacity of daycare providers, preschool teachers, directors/administrators and families to reduce behavioral challenges and support social/emotional development through evidence-based prevention and intervention services, the abstract states.

Payne has also receiving funding from the Guilford County Partnership for Children for the project “JCITI: Supporting Vulnerable Children and Families.” The specific purpose of this funding request is to continue the work of the JCITI Community Court Coordinator, who is trained in providing services to children and families from diverse backgrounds and working across the judicial, legal, child welfare and child-serving systems. Approximately 100 children and their families benefit from this service each year.

Additionally, Payne received funding from the Alamance County Department of Social Services for the project “Alamance Alliance Workforce Development Services.”