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Centering Equity in Collective Impact (ssir.org)

In 2011, two of us, John Kania and Mark Kramer, published an article in Stanford Social Innovation Review entitled “ Collective Impact .” It quickly became the most downloaded article in the magazine’s history. To date, it has garnered more than one million downloads and 2,400 academic citations. More important, it encouraged many thousands of people around the world to apply the collective impact approach to a broad range of social and environmental problems. Independent evaluations have...

San Diego Reentry Roundtable: Education Sub-Committee Office Hours at San Diego City Library

San Diego Reentry Roundtable's Education Sub-Committee is hosting office hours at the downtown library located at 330 Park Blvd., San Diego, CA 92101. November 5th from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm November 19th from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Services available for you include; Reentry resources Using a compute Applying for a job Resume writing CONTACT INFORMATION: Dr. Bridget Burden Email: bridgetburden@outlook.com or call (619) 739-1989 .

Empowering Underserved Families Through ACEs Screenings and Referrals (sdfoundation.org)

In the rich populations and cultures that Family Health Centers of San Diego serves, the concept of self-care or disclosing emotional, developmental issues and mental health challenges isn’t the norm. Because of this, children that have significant trauma – whether from fleeing war zones as refugees, experiencing hunger and poverty because of the pandemic, or other myriad experiences – do not typically access supportive mental and behavioral health resources. The CA Surgeon General’s Roadmap...

Black Homebuyers Program Helps Rowe Family Achieve Dream of Homeownership (sdfoundation.org)

Kevan and Ritha Rowe’s journey to buying their own home was both long and very fast. Shortly after marrying in 2003, the Rowes thought about buying a home, but it was the height of the housing bubble that eventually burst and led to the Great Recession. In the time since, they started a family and pursued their personal finance goals. “It’s funny because everyone makes fun of me because I like watching the news at mid-day and at night just to see what’s going on,” Ritha recounted. “I was...

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WE NEED YOUR HELP! COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH PROJECT COLLECTING SIGNATURES TO PETITION CA GOV NEWSOM FOR FUNDING!

Petition to include "Advancing a Precision Population Health Approach to ACEs to Reduce Health Disparities" into California’s State Budget CLICK HERE TO ADD YOUR SIGNATURE BACKGROUND: UC San Diego, in partnership with SDSU, San Diego Promotores Coalition, Family Health Centers of San Diego, American Association of Pediatrics, the San Diego County Childhood Obesity Initiative, Streetwyze, and resident leaders with Poder Popular and Olivewood Garden submitted a proposal (summary below) to the...Read More...
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Hello All, Did you know that when you post something here, it shows up in a Google search? Is it possible to post a question that is not made public? I am asking because I posted a need for a therapist for a specific situation, I didn't mention any names or confidential information but I would have never posted somewhere I thought could be seen on Google. I thought it was only our members who had access to the post. Thank you!Read More...
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