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Agency Fair at Building a Resilient Yolo summit May 12th

Resilient Yolo plans to offer an Agency Fair during this year's Building a Resilient Yolo Summit. The Agency Fair will be a space for organizations or agencies to provide information about programs and services that align with the Resilient Yolo mission to strengthen our community's resilience, build awareness about childhood trauma, and improve the lives of at-risk youth. We expect 150 or more in-person attendees including youth and family service agencies, school districts, educators,...

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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...

Family Fun, an In-Person Monthly Event

Presented by Help Me Grow Yolo, can contact them at (844)410-4769 for more information. Help Me Grow Yolo in collaboration with The Yolo County Library presents their monthly event for families with children 5 and under, where families can learn about milestones and developmental screenings. Families who participate will also receive a free toy and book upon completion of a developmental screening. The flyer is attached to this email in both English and Spanish. Recurring Event - Every LAST...

Family Fun Night in-person w/ vaccine clinic- West Sac

Presented by the Yolo County Children’s Alliance. Call the WSFRC at (916) 572-0560 or go to YCCA’s Facebook EVENT if you have any questions or for more information. Yolo County Children’s Alliance is partnering with the California Department of Public Health to provide an opportunity for the community to get vaccinated, and turning this clinic into a family-friendly celebration! Please share this information with families and clients - all are welcome and no pre-registration is required.

Aligning Efforts to Create A System of Well-Being for Children and Families

Presented via Zoom (from the CAP Center/OCAP, can go to their PACEs Calendar EVENT for more information) The Child Abuse Prevention ( CAP ) Center in collaboration with the Office of Child Abuse Prevention ( OCAP ) presents their 4 th and final webinar in their series of topics related to the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Join the CAP Center and OCAP in welcoming their panelists for this webinar: Sheila Boxley, Yasmin Grewal-Kök, Michael Finley, Hillary Konrad and Samantha...

Community Questions & Discussions

DJUSD Seeking Community Input on TK Expansion

Hello, Davis Joint Unified School District is seeking community input from families and organizations who serve our families on enrollment in Transitional Kindergarten . Please share your thoughts. What needs/priorities do we need to consider in service of our TK students and their families? How can we best educate our community about TK opportunities in DJUSD? You can share your thoughts here or directly with me at . I am happy to share your feedback with my colleagues...Read More...

Yolo Cares presents upcoming series, the Soul’s Legacy in April

The Soul’s Legacy via Zoom or In Person from Yolo Cares. Yolo Cares presents their upcoming series, the Soul’s Legacy, a unique end-of-life advance planning program. The program facilitates deeper relationships and more purposeful living in the now, where members learn together and share their reflections from personal or work experience for each week’s content. This program is most suitable for those 50 and above. The program enables preparatory work on behalf of our “future selves” and our...Read More...

Research/speaker to share sides of foster youth independence and resiliency

For each year's Foster Care Awareness Month, we pick a theme or topic to bring awareness to and to discuss among students within UC Davis Guardian Scholars Program. This year the title is "The Diary of the Independent, Resilient Foster Youth". We are aiming to highlight how former foster youth build skills and gain sense of independence and resiliency while also feeling isolated and alone or feeling the pressure to "do it all" by themselves. We are looking for a speaker that can address this...Read More...


My name is Brianda Plasencia and I work with Children’s Home Society of California. Each year we have a conference and select a theme. This year our theme is Trauma Informed Care and Special needs. I was wondering anyone knew or was interested in presenting a workshop at the conference. The audience will be anyone in the child development field mainly licensed home child care providers. The conference is scheduled for April 20, 2019 which is a Saturday. Please feel free to reach out to me...Read More...