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The need to support children through parent- and caregiver-focused policies []

By Leonard Burton, 2/26/24, The HOPE National Resource Center proudly partners with the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) to advance health and well-being for children, families, and communities. We welcome Leonard Burton , President of CSSP, as our keynote speaker at the Fourth Annual HOPE Summit – The HOPE Transformation . He will present The Promises of HOPE: Building a World that Centers the Positive on Wednesday, March 20 from 11:00 AM –...

Using the HOPE framework to create concrete organizational improvements | Interview with Aimee Zeitz-Gruber, MFT []

By Laura Gallant, 2/19/24, The HOPE National Resource Center welcomes Aimee Zeitz-Gruber, MFT as our keynote speaker at the Fourth Annual HOPE Summit – The HOPE Transformation . She will present HOPE in Action on Thursday, March 21 from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET. Aimee Zeitz-Gruber is the Executive Director of Community Well-Being and Project Director of Partners in Prevention at the YMCA of San Diego County , where she has worked with the HOPE National...

2024 Week of HOPE Schedule []

By Laura Gallant, 2/12/24, The HOPE National Resource Center will be hosting our Annual Week of HOPE from March 18-22, taking place during the same week as our Fourth Annual HOPE Summit – The HOPE Transformation . During the Week of HOPE, we host events and share new resources that honor and promote the widespread use of positive childhood experiences. These events include sharing of new tools and trainings for anti-racism, honoring those who practice the...

Why positive childhood experiences are important for all children and families []

By Laura Gallant, 1/29/24, What are positive childhood experiences? Positive childhood experiences, also known as PCEs, are protective experiences that help heal the brain from trauma and promote healthy mental health in adulthood. In 2019, HOPE Director Robert Sege , Christina Bethell, PhD, MBA, MPH , and others published a study in JAMA Pediatrics where they found that PCEs can promote well-being even when exposed to Adverse Childhood Experiences...

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