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Building Community Resilience
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Check out more highlights from Ascend at this year’s Festival.
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Children w/engaged fathers are more likely to thrive in school, meet key developmental milestones. 🎬 WATCH leaders explore how father-inclusive programs and policies strengthen communities and help disrupt cycles of poverty:
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Dr. Wendy Ellis Jul 21
is not a distraction it is the policy! ICYMI my blog highlighting the specific role of racism in U.S. policy. When we confront the issue, we can begin to solve the issue. The courage to do so is what
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Building Community Resilience Jul 18
ICYMI- we recently uploaded our Fatherhood Panel that we held during our national convening in April. Check out this small clip and go to to watch the rest.
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Building Community Resilience Jul 18
ICYMI- we recently uploaded our Fatherhood Panel that we held during our national convening in April. Check out this small clip and go to to watch the rest.
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Aspen Ascend Jul 17
As project director of at , is harnessing the power of collaboration with community, across sectors to address sources of adversity in communities across the county.
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Building Community Resilience Jul 16
The BCR Policy Guide is intended to assist your organization in becoming effective policy advocates by providng guidance to help you identify and act on policy opportunities that will help prevent and mitigate the Pair of ACEs
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Anne De Biasi Jul 16
3toPhD, a collaborative in Portland, OR of the schools and university to improve equity in education outcomes - it increased attendance, reading levels and teacher retention says
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Redstone Center Jul 16
ICYMI last week - and the House Oversight Committee held a hearing to lift up the connection between , , and . Watch the hearing and read the testimony here:
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Anne De Biasi Jul 16
There is no data without stories and no stories without data, says to 12 state teams at symposium
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Building Community Resilience Jul 16
"What are we doing to make sure that people don't just bounce back, we need them to bounce forward to an environment that fosters thriving communities" -
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Megan McGrath Wolfe Jul 16
Community voice becomes shared understanding. Building the trust is hard but leads to innovation in practice, program and policy.
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Megan McGrath Wolfe Jul 16
Strengths-based approach brings people together to learn about what's going right and build on it.
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Anne De Biasi Jul 16
Excited to hear from talk to 12 state teams about how to improve equity in health & education outcomes
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Megan McGrath Wolfe Jul 16
Adverse experiences happen to all of us but the outcomes are different--what does this mean? Wendy Ellis of says we need to connect across sectors to get at the heart of Adverse Community Environments.
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Building Community Resilience Jul 16
"If we already know that these childhood experiences lead to adverse effects later in life, why aren't we doing more to prevent these experiences in the first place?" -
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Anne De Biasi Jul 16
Healthy Students, Promising Futures 7th symposium kicking off!
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Building Community Resilience Jul 16
The crowd at is ready for to break down ACEs and childhood outcomes
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Redstone Center Jul 15
Don't forget - Tomorrow's Tweetchat is all about “How to Win the Fight Against Sugary Drinks” - 1pm ET 7/16 with , , and more!
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Building Community Resilience Jul 16
At the Healthy Students, Promising Futures Learning Collaborative at where our will present on the relationship between and how they effect child outcomes. Take a look at the website!
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