Reach Out and Read

At You Go Girl, we believe in the power of Education. It is one of our founding pillars and one we use to encourage, empower, and inspire those in our community. We are thrilled to team up with NEP-MAP (Nebraska Partnership for Mental Healthcare Access in Pediatrics) to foster a love of reading in children.

Reach Out and Read is a nationally recognized program that helps integrate reading into pediatric practices, advise families about the importance of reading with their children, and share books that serve as a catalyst for healthy childhood development.

With our teams combined, we are bringing Reach Out and Read to rural care providers across Nebraska with a special focus on social, emotional, and multicultural needs of children. 

We are looking for care providers who want to embrace this mission by registering for Reach Out and Read. Through this collaboration, carefully selected books and starting materials will be provided at no cost.

Register for Reach Out and Read

This offer is available for a limited time. Register your site today by clicking here or contact us. 

Use this QR code to be included to receive a special sample of books!

Register for Reach Out and Read

This offer is available for a limited time. Register your site today by clicking here or contact us. 

Use this QR code to be included to receive a special sample of books!

Register for Reach Out and Read

This offer is available for a limited time. Register your site today by clicking here or contact us. 

Use this QR code to be included to receive a special sample of books!
The NEP-MAP Reach Out and Read project is conducted by You Go Girl and is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), as part of cooperative agreement U4CMC32322 to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (NEDHHS) totaling $445,000 per year with additional 20% non-federal cost sharing. The contents are the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement by, HRSA, HHS, the US Government, or NEDHHS.
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