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February 11, 2014

MCPH program earns Credential

Knoxville —

The Marion County Parents as Teachers Program operated by Marion County Public Health has earned the Iowa Family Support Credential.  The Marion County  Parents as Teachers Program is the 34th program in Iowa to earn this honored distinction.  The Iowa Family Support Credential is awarded to family support and parent education programs that are validated through an external evaluation to be in substantial adherence to the 139 Iowa Family Support Standards.
Following the high standards set, Marion County Parents as Teachers is able to provide high quality services for young children and families in Marion County.  
Please join for the celebration and refreshment, Friday, Feb. 21, at Marion County Public Health, 2003 North Lincoln from 3-5 p.m.

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