Thu, May 25|
Join Louisiana CASA for Session 8 of the Building Strong Children and Families Learning Series
Time & Location
May 25, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM CDT
About the event
Building Strong Children and Families: A Learning Series with CASA
Louisiana CASA is excited to host our second webinar series, Building Strong Children and Families. This series is brought to you in parntership with the Louisiana Children's Trust Fund so we are required to ask participants certian demagraphic questions during registration. Once you register, an email will be sent to you that includes the link to join the webinar. We hope to see you there!
Building Strong Communities: Investing in Children and Families
Join Louisiana CASA for our Building Strong Children and Families Learning Series. The eighth session in this public educational series is Meet ALICE - Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. Parents who do not have access to reliable sources of income or other resources often experience difficulties in many areas. They may be unable to access safe and stable housing, reliable health care, food, and other tangibles that contribute to health and well-being. These challenges make it hard to focus on other areas of stability and security and often consume valuable time and energy for parents. Join us for a presentation by Sarah Berthelot to understand the prevalence of ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) households in Louisiana and the impact these struggles have on children.
About the Speaker
Sarah Hamilton Berthelot
Sarah Hamilton Berthelot serves as President and CEO of the Louisiana Association of United Ways. Leading a virtual team, Sarah coordinates opportunities for nine member United Ways to collaborate on impact, talent development and advocacy efforts. Berthelot provides statewide project coordination for the Louisiana 211 Statewide Network and the United Way ALICE Project. In her role, Sarah serves as the statewide disaster lead for the Louisiana 211 Statewide Network. Over the past year, Sarah has coordinated disaster response activities by 211 in coordination with the Louisiana Department of Health (LDH), Louisiana Department of Children & Family Services (DCFS) and the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) for the COVID-19 and 2020 hurricane responses. Collectively, more than 360,000 Louisianans have been served through the efforts of this network.