-Thank your state Representative and Senator for supporting Senate Bill 1 to increase student safety. Take action HERE.

-Thank your Congressmen for making investments in child care that allow more parents to work, contribute to the well-being of children, and strengthen our economy. Take action HERE.

Sign up to receive action alerts and other updates about policies that are good for kids and families here.





Get the latest news, updates, and action alerts on issues impacting Kentucky kids in your pocket!

Sign up to receive text alerts from Kentucky Youth Advocates by texting KYAinfo to 51555.

Five Minutes, Your Feedback, and Brighter Futures for Kentucky Kids

We at Kentucky Youth Advocates believe that Kentucky can become the best place in America to be young and that we should settle for nothing less.

Over the past several legislative sessions, the Kentucky General Assembly and state government have taken significant steps to improve the lives of children in the Commonwealth, and we are excited about those wins for kids. Yet, we still have a long way to go until all children in Kentucky have the opportunity to thrive and succeed in the future.

To continue taking steps to make Kentucky the best place in America to be a child and to raise a family, we’d like to hear what challenges are facing Kentucky kids in your community and your ideas for changes to state law. To provide your feedback, please take this short survey by June 28. This survey should take 5-10 minutes to complete, and those five minutes could make a big difference for Kentucky kids!

We will incorporate your feedback as we begin crafting the Blueprint for Kentucky’s Children policy agenda, to be released later this year. Thank you for helping us shape the future priorities of Kentucky Youth Advocates and the Blueprint for Kentucky’s Children!

One Comment

  1. Belinda Weitlauf June 21, 2018 at 10:41 pm - Reply

    I would like to be part of this program in Western KY

Leave A Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.