Pro Action works to build a community of resilient individuals and families who can meet their basic needs, overcome adversity, and prosper.
March 5, 2019
In This Issue:
  • Read Across America
  • Fundraiser film screening: E.T.
  • Poverty Myth and Fact
  • Employment Opportunities
Read Across America
March 2, 2019 was designated as Read Across America Day in celebration of Dr. Seuss's birthday. During March, Pro Action's Family Resource Centers are hosting a weekly read-aloud session with Dr. Seuss books and parent-child activities for families, where participants will receive a free book to take home. View the Family Resource Center calendars HERE for all activity schedules.

Throughout March (and beyond), we encourage EVERYONE to pick up a book and read to a child in support of children's literacy.

Read our full article , and visit our website to learn more about all programs and services offered at Pro Action.
Join us for a fundraiser showing
of the classic film: E.T.

When: March 9, 2019
Time: Doors open at 11am, film starts at 11:30am
Where: The Corning Palace Theatre
17 W. Market St. Corning, NY 14830
Cost: Suggested donation of $5 per ticket at time of entry, with proceeds to benefit Pro Action's CHAMP Program.

Learn more about our unfunded CHAMP (Caring Hearts And Minds of Pro Action) Program that helps community members with unique situations, by visiting our website.
Poverty Education
Separating the Myths and Facts
Myth: Poverty has little lasting impact on kids.

Fact: Research is clear that poverty is the single greatest threat to children's well-being. Poverty can impede children's ability to learn and contribute to social, emotional, and behavioral problems. Poverty also can contribute to poor physical and mental health, and poor self-esteem. Risks are greatest for children who experience poverty when they are young and/or experience deep and persistent poverty.

View our Source

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An important part of Pro Action's work is to build knowledge and understanding of the causes and conditions of poverty. Visit our website to learn more about how Pro Action is building a deeper understanding about the experience of poverty.
Employment Opportunities: Work With Us
Three (3) Home Visitors for our Resilient Children & Families Programs

Pro Action is seeking three (3) compassionate, self-motivated individuals to provide Home Visiting services to families. Two Home Visitors will work with families with children from birth to 5; one will work with families with school aged children at risk of early involvement in the juvenile justice system.

Home Visitors work with families to increase their strengths and resilience and help parents promote their child’s healthy development by providing direct support services including the assessment of family strengths, needs and progress; screening and assessment of children; assisting with identification and completion of family goals; helping families access other resources; and providing 1:1 parent education and advocacy. Home Visitors will coordinate services delivered by partnering agencies.


**For a full description and application instructions for this position and other open opportunities, visit our website .**

Pro Action of Steuben and Yates, Inc.
117 E. Steuben St. Bath, NY 14810