Tagged With "Families"
RSVP now! Protective Patterns and Centering Skills Webinar, Thurs 3/25 at 4pm!
Dovetail Learning has been working in the Social and Emotional/Resilience field for over a decade, so we'd like to share our work. There is no doubt that we all feel the tension, stress, and uncertainty of these times. How can we be more kind and connected with all we have going on? Dovetail Learning is proud to share We Are Resilient practices to maintain wellness and self-care in this unique moment in our shared history. Please view our free webinar directed toward parents/care givers (but...
The Center for the Study of Social Policy...
The Center for the Study of Social Policy website is overflowing with resources for building resilient communities. From their Strengthening Families initiative, I have attach a set of "action sheets" that are geared to help providers improve family resilience, and a powerpoint presentation on protective factors. But I recommend spending time on the website- there are so many resources there for strategizing how to improve outcomes for youth and their families. There are multiple...
Peacetown Family Village
Re: The Center for the Study of Social Policy...
Local Sonoma County folks are hungry for resources to implement the "Strengthening Families" framework. Upstream Investments, First Five and Public Health's Maternal Child Adolescent Health teams offered recent training on Strengthening Families. All events immediately "sold out." How terrific that Karen shares a resource for how we can continue to learn more via this great website!
Re: Sebastopol Peace Bag concept has spread to Southern California
That's wonderful! I just responded to another in your community group, offering one of my books to help out during this initiative. Let me know if you are interested, and I am happy to help. Brava to you all! : ) Jondi https://www.amazon.com/dp/0976320002/
Sebastopol Peace Bag concept has spread to Southern California
Local Sebastopol non-profit Peacetown is spreading joy and community engagement through the Family Village's project called Peace Bags. Every week for 13 weeks a different local organization "sponsors" a week by providing printed resources and an activity that supports community connection, family engagement, and some fun. The bags are distributed for FREE in collaboration with a local toy store. I happen to come across a conversation on one of the posts I made regarding Peace Bags. The post...
Peacetown Family Village building on Protective Factors
Check out the innovative way we are engaging the community during these times of social distancing! The Peacetown Family Village is creating space for communities to come together and build on the Protective Factors and strengthen communities. View the video for more information. https://youtu.be/DQPZHIqadt4
Strengthening Families 101 Webinar
Strengthening Families introduction for people who are new to the protective factors framework and the Strengthening Families approach. This will serve as a free, pre-conference training for people attending the Together for Families conference October 14-16 but is open and available to anyone who would like an introduction or refresher on what Strengthening Families is all about. Please feel free to forward this invitation to colleagues and partners who are newer to Strengthening Families...
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Re: SCAC takes part with many organizations to provide Positive Childhood Experiences
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SCAC takes part with many organizations to provide Positive Childhood Experiences
Sonoma County [California] ACES Connection was one of 30 organizations to come together and take part in Sebastopol's Peacetown Family Village to provide children and families opportunities to make positive social connections, promote awareness/outreach, and share resources and programming. This led to maximizing resources, building community, and exposing children to Positive Childhood Experiences. Enjoy the video and please feel free to share:
Peacetown Family Village and snowflake hunt coming up in Sebastopol(SoCo News)
By Camille Escovedo, Staff Writer of SoCo News. Sebastopolians are invited to make merry at the Peacetown Family Village and snowflake hunt on Sunday, Dec. 5, from 2-4 p.m. The free event will be held at Peacetown’s new brick and mortar location in the Barlow, across the street from Taylor Lane Coffee in the former Foundry building. Children can write letters to Santa to be “mailed” to the North Pole and take photos with the man himself at the event, according to Elizabeth Smith, a Peacetown...
February Monthly Resource Packet
Hello Sonoma County ACEs Connection! The Family Service Coordination Team of Buckelew Programs sends out a monthly resource packet that has information from organizations that support the community: flyers, schedules, calendars, events, & infographics. The February 2022 Monthly Resource Packet is on our website at: https://buckelew.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/February-2022-Monthly-Resource-Packet.pdf Let me know if you have any questions and/or if you know anyone else that would like...
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Thank you for sharing! Always enjoy reading
Positive Experiences through Sebastopol's Peacetown Family Village
As the season begins to wind down, I love to reflect on the impact made during the Peacetown Summer Concert Series. As a board member, Founder of the Peacetown Family Village, and took on a new role this year as Stage Manager for a youth led stage, it was a HUGE undertaking with more value than any price tag (thankfully because I do this uncompensated). Moving from a local park with one stage to The Barlow with 13 different music venues every Wednesday for 14 weeks during the summer. I take...