April is National Minority Health Month, a time to address the health challenges in minority communities. This year's theme, 'Be the Source for Better Health,' highlights the importance of unity and cultural understanding for healthier lives.

Let's embrace diversity, strengthen community ties, and ensure equitable access to healthcare for all. Join us in celebrating and advocating for a fairer, healthier future.

The Black Mamas Matter Alliance created Black Maternal Health Week to spotlight Black maternal health issues, inspire action, and push for change. This year's theme, "Our bodies STILL belong to us: Reproductive Justice NOW!", stresses the need for reproductive rights.

Starting April 11th, which aligns with the International Day for Maternal Health and Rights, this week coincides with National Minority Health Month. Join us in supporting the Black Mamas Matter Alliance as we advocate for better maternal health outcomes

Neurodiversity Rocks!

As we step into April, let's take a moment to recognize its significance as World Autism Awareness Month and April 2nd as World Autism Awareness Day! Throughout these next weeks, let's champion the celebration of diversity and advocate for a world where individuals with autism can thrive to their utmost potential. Together, let's foster understanding and inclusivity!

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Getting Ahead of Lead

Exciting news! We are on a billboard! The Parent Support Lead Program is thrilled to introduce our latest innovation: a convenient text message service. If you're a parent raising a child under the age of 5 in Cuyahoga County and have concerns about lead exposure, text KID to (216) 677-7011, and you'll receive instant access to essential support!

Our Next Triple P Discussion Group

This discussion group delves into the skills that children need to be able to cooperate and get along with others. Parents learn how to teach skills such as sharing, communicating, and being gentle. They also develop strategies to navigate instances of conflict and aggression when they do occur.

Call 440-234-5475 to register with Berea Library.

Save the Date!

The Literacy Cooperative has invited Amber Sullivan, our Positive Parenting Coordinator, to lead an engaging virtual presentation on 'Positive Responses to Disobedience.' This event is scheduled for Tuesday, April 23rd at 6:00 pm. More details to follow. Kindly mark your calendars and stay tuned for more information!

Find us at the Minority Men's Health Fair

Find strength in numbers at the MetroHealth Minority Men's Health Fair happening Saturday, April 27 from 11:00 am - 4:00 pm. It's your chance - no matter your race, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation - to make a commitment to better health for a stronger and healthier community.

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Enter the Cuyahoga Parents Connect giveaway!

Join the Cuyahoga Parents Connect Facebook group, then head to the top of our group page to enter our April giveaway. You could win a family membership to the Children's Museum of Cleveland!

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Zoom Meet-Ups

Parenting is hard, but talking it out makes the tough times easier. Hop onto one of our Zoom meet-ups this month and let's chat about this month's topic: Parental/Caregiver Burnout.

April 15: 10 am - noon

April 29: 7 pm - 9 pm

Join Cuyahoga Parents Connect to RSVP

More Parent Support Events!

Join us at Cuyahoga County Public Library this month! Connect with Rachel, our Community Liaison, to learn more about the Parent Support Department programs. Enjoy library time with your little ones at Baby Club (birth to two years) and Play, Learn, and Grow (ages 1 to 3). Kids play, parents learn, and siblings are welcome!


April 4

10:30 am -

11:30 am


April 9

10:30 am -



April 10

10:30 am -



April 17

10:30 am -



April 30

10:30 am -


Play, Learn,

& Grow

Baby Club

Baby Club

Baby Club

Baby Club

North Royalton

Fairview Park

Brook Park


Brook Park

Garfield Heights Branch

Toddler Storytime!

Join toddler storytime at the Berea Branch of Cuyahoga County Public Library! Meet Amber, our Positive Parenting Program Coordinator, after enjoying rhymes, songs, and stories with your child.

Wednesday, April 3: 10:00am - 10:30am

Lead Poisoning Awareness and Resource Fair

Find Rachel at the Lead Poisoning Awareness and Resource Fair on Saturday, April 13th! For further details, call 216-359-1060 or email at clevelandleadsafe@gmail.com.

Have a wonderful month!

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