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Free to COOPs and your members: RYSE Center Presents: Radical Inquiry session on supporting BIPOC Youth Liberation!

COST: $150 - General Registration F REE - Cooperative of Communities Network Members using code P CCOOP22 Register here and use code PCCOOP22 J oin the RYSE Center and PACEs Connection on July 12. 2022 from 10 am-1 pm PT / 12 pm-3 pm CT / 1 pm-4 pm ET to examine how conventional social science research often produces and replicates unjust and harmful narratives about Black, Indigenous, Youth of Color (BIPOC) capacities, priorities, dreams, and needs. At the same time, research upholds and...

Justice System Panel Discussion

RESILIENCE FILM SCREENING ON-DEMAND June 17-30 and PANEL DISCUSSION JUNE 29 Please be sure to share the upcoming free opportunity to watch the movie “ Resilience ” with your court partners and networks. Registrants will receive instructions for streaming the movie on-demand during the week of June 17-30 and attend a panel discussion at 12:45 pm on June 29 hosted by the NC Task Force for Racial Equity in Criminal Justice. Task Force members Chief Jennings and DA David will both be featured in...

June Monthly Meeting and Mental Health First Aid

Pender task force has a wonderful meeting where folks started off by sharing why they were there and a lot of member shared their deep belief in this work and how important it is for Pender County. Other shared how they want to learn and become more aware of resilience. Someone shared how this task force has helped them learn things that have change their life personally, their family and those they work with. Amy Read, shared Mental Health First Aid training opportunities and how folks can...

A Nurse-Led, Well-Being Promotion Using the Community Resiliency Model, Atlanta, 2020–2021 [ajph.aphapublications.org]

By Ingrid M. Duva, Jordan R. Murphy, and Linda Grabbe, Photo: Unsplash, American Journal of Public Health, June 9, 2022 Abstract The wrath of COVID-19 includes a co-occurring global mental health pandemic, raising the urgency for our health care sector to implement strategies supporting public mental health. In Georgia, a successful nurse-led response to this crisis capitalized on statewide organizations’ existing efforts to bolster well-being and reduce trauma. Partnerships were formed and...

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