Kansas Child Magazine: How 2Gen Approaches Support Family Well-Being

Anne Mosle | October 19, 2022 | Ascend Network, Media Mentions

In a recent article for Kansas Child Magazine, Ascend executive director and founder Anne Mosle discusses how 2Gen approaches can build on family resilience to meet the moment for children and families. Read the full article starting on page 7.

“We now have a generational opportunity to develop and fund systems and services that leave no one out and meet children and families where they dream.” – Anne Mosle

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