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How Neglect of Community Undermines Everything We Value

Michael J Polacek ·
This is an OP-ED by Dr. Mike Rowe, MD for the 2019 Oregon State Reform Conference Community is the source of all human value; there is no financial, physical or social capital without the human capital grown in communities. Yet since the 1980s we have systematically withdrawn direct support of human development within that most precious space. As a result, our ability to grow human capital as measured by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation fell from 6 th place in the world to 27...
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Listening, Learning and Showing Up: Central Oregon's TRACEs Focuses on Root Causes of Trauma

Anndee Hochman ·
TRACEs’ work group on youth and children in foster care spent a good portion of the last year’s monthly meetings examining holes in the system: How would foster families be affected by changes in funding from the Oregon Department of Human Services? What would it mean for kids if Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) positions were cut? Most important, what did foster children and youth, their families of origin and their foster families need in order to thrive? “We put together a...
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SafeSide: Q&A sharing how to involve family/networks in suicide prevention

Ruthy Lindvall ·
Dr. Pisani is an incredible clinician with a powerful mission: suicide prevention. Recently, he and some other mental health professionals answered a short Q&A during the Suicide Prevention Australia Symposium 2021 about how to involve the family and network of an individual at risk for suicide. I highly encourage you to take 10 minutes & watch the video below. Like one of my colleagues likes to say, "community is immunity." We all need each other & together, we can prevent...
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