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A few years ago, Rochelle McCollum was working as a manager of a dental office in El Monte, making good money and living in a nice home with her six kids. Then she got the news: her mother had breast cancer.  So Rochelle left her job and home and moved her family into her mothers’ one-bedroom apartment, where she could help nurse her mother back to health.
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Early Childhood Matters is a monthly newsletter published by First 5 LA on our work and the latest news regarding early childhood issues. Our goal is to inform you of our efforts to strengthen families, the communities in which they live and the systems that support them.

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