• Parent Mentor Learning Collaborative Seeking Participant

    Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health has funded a grant to expand the work of the California Parent Mentor Learning Collaborative to children's hospitals outside of California. The grant is intended to assist children's hospitals to develop or enhance the role of the Parent Mentor working directly with health care teams in inpatient and clinic settings. Participants will attend co-learning meetings; be able to access Parent Mentor program materials and have Packard staff visit their site. There is no direct budget cost to the participant. There are 6 slots available. If you are interested please contact Karen Wayman at