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Boyer Group 1
First Boyer Group - Happy Film Company
Boyer Group 2
First Boyer Group 2 - the Happy Film Company
YMCA
YMCA-PEPS partnership
Amara Adoption Families
Amara Adoption Families
Network Logos
Logos for PEPS Network partners
Building Villages
PEPS Network Partner - Building Villages in Boise, ID
Staff and participants from the Cocoon House
Four people; two young women, one woman, and one man, are standing in a large event venue filled with tables, chairs, and yellow balloons. The three women are holding yellow cardboard signs with dark blue lettering that read, from left to right, ‘connection’, ‘confidence’, and ‘support’. The man is holding a blue cardboard sign with yellow lettering that reads ‘PEPS’.
Families and facilitators from a Mercy Housing PEPS Group
12 adults and 16 children of varying ages are standing together in a large, brightly lit community room inside the Mercy Housing Appian Way building.
Open Arms Perinatal Services PEPS Group
Six mothers and their six children are standing in a group, under a photo of a smiling baby, all facing the camera. On the right side is the Open Arms Perinatal Services doula, who served as a co-facilitator carrying her son on a wrap-style toddler carrier sling. On the left stands the PEPS East Region Community Connector, who also served as a co-facilitator for this group of women.
Valley Medical Center
Five parents, four women and one man, are standing against a yellow wall in the Valley Medical Center community room after one of their weekly PEPS Groups sessions. Each mother is smiling towards the camera while holding her newborn baby in her arms, facing outwards.
Mercy House Northwest PEPS Group
Two mothers and their five children, along with two female staff members, gathering and smiling in the community room at Mercy House Northwest Appian Way apartments
Martha's Table
Martha's Table logo
ChildStrive
ChildStrive logo
Westside Baby
Westside Baby
The Foundry
The Foundry is a Christian Community Center focused on providing the children of Bowling Green opportunities to succeed.

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