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North Carolina initiatives featured on today's CTIPP CAN Call. Join us 2 p.m. - 3:30

 

We invite you to join this month's CTIPP CAN call, which we've mentioned during the Building the Movement workshops. We'll discuss how multi-sector coalitions can address trauma and promote resilience - we hope to see you there!

CTIPP CAN: Wednesday, March 16, 2022 from 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. PT

Our featured guests include the Winer Family Foundation, Kellin Foundation and North Carolina Partnership for Children. They'll present on the exciting work happening in North Carolina towards building trauma-informed systems that strengthen resilience. We'll also discuss how to strategically integrate efforts to maximize collective impact, as well as the Theory of Change Model.

PRESENTATION SUMMARIES: Supported by the Winer Family Foundation, Resilient NC scanned the work of agencies and organizations locally and across the country, interviewing over 40 key leaders. Information about initiatives and state efforts were gathered, with a focus on what has worked and lessons learned.

Using that data, Resilient NC developed a set of eight initial strategies as key to developing a coordinated approach to building statewide resilience. These strategies are intended to be planned and executed across systems and across the lifespan using a science-based, trauma-responsive, and equity-focused approach.

The NC Healthy & Resilient Communities Initiative (NCHRCI), housed at the NC Partnership for Children and funded by Kate B. Reynolds Foundation, serves to support and learn from the approximately 50 local resilience coalitions across the state. They're forming meaningful connections with one another to share what’s working (and just as importantly, what’s not.) Their work is guided by a State Advisory Council and Community Advisory Council, and they seek feedback monthly from their Peer Connection group to ensure that what's being provided is truly what's needed on the ground.

They'll also share the Theory of Change Model (created by the NCHRCI), which has been shared with local coalitions to guide and align the diverse community efforts ongoing across the state. Liz Winer from the Winer Family Foundation will discuss the investment they've made in this work and moderate this CTIPP CAN call.

We look forward to seeing you next week!
Dan and Jesse



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