Tagged With "MARC"

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Re: Mobilizing our Community

Tina Marie Hahn, MD ·
You guys and gals are so lucky to be there. I would give my shirt, pants and my car to be a part of your team. It is kind of hard kind-of going this alone but good thing I am passionate about this. I don't give up. And I can come on this page and ACEs in Philadelphia and Community Managers and steal ideas!!!!!!!!!!! Tina
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Re: Learning Collaborative Webinar

Dear Sonoma County ACES Connection members, please feel free to bring your lunch. Looking forward to this shared learning opportunity! THANK YOU ALLEN for posting this event. Well done!! Karen Clemmer
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Re: Learning Collaborative Webinar

Holly White-Wolfe ·
See you all tomorrow! The webinar will take place on Thursday, January 14 th , 2016, 11:30 – 1:00 PM in the Humboldt Conference Room, 415 Humboldt Street, Santa Rosa.
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MARC Booklet 2016: Features Sonoma County

Jennifer Hossler ·
Please find attached the 2016 booklet for the Mobilizing Action for Resilient Communities (MARC) project, including Sonoma County and the other 13 communities that have been selected to participate in this 2 year learning collaborative. This is a great summary of the work happening in all 14 communities across the country. I am looking forward to working with you all as we tell your story to the world!
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Mobilizing our Community

So excited to be in Philadelphia at the launch of this incredible effort to build resilience across our whole community!  We are here with Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, California Endowment and PHF!  Just by chance, we are at the same...
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Sonoma County ACES Connection MARC Proposal

Allen K. Nishikawa ·
Members have asked to see the proposal as submitted. Here it is for your reference.
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A Year of Ripples and Streams: Sonoma County MARC Update

Anndee Hochman ·
Holly White-Wolfe, an analyst for the Sonoma County Human Services Department , marvels at the changes that have happened in a short amount of time. A few months ago, she and Karen Clemmer, then Coordinator of Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health for the County Department of Health Services , were comparing notes on how their respective agencies were building trauma-informed capacity among employees and trying to embed that knowledge in practice. “A year ago,” Clemmer said at the time, “we...
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Community Capacity: Building a Movement from Within

Anndee Hochman ·
Human services organizations and coalitions often talk about “making room at the table” for non-professionals, local residents and people with lived experience of poverty, addiction, mental illness or trauma. But those organization leaders rarely spend time at the community’s tables—that is, the block parties and cook-outs, playgrounds and parks, neighborhood association meetings, parent-teacher organizations, Little League games and other grass-roots venues that are essential grounds for...
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Community Voices: Creating a Just, Healthy and Resilient World

Clare Reidy ·
Mobilizing Action for Resilient Communities (MARC) is a vibrant learning collaborative of fourteen sites actively engaged in building the movement for a just, healthy and resilient world. Using the science of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and resiliency as their organizing framework, these communities have built strong cross-sector networks to help heal and prevent early childhood adversity. From October 2016 through May 2017, we were privileged to travel to all fourteen MARC...
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Do We Have a Backbone?

Leslie from the Health Federation of PA posted this article in the MARC group - Maybe this can help us as we strive to formalize our ACES/MARC group? Please see link below for the full article from the Stanford Social Innovation Review. Karen http://ssir.org/articles/entry/does_your_backbone_organization_have_backbone? A backbone organization is supposed to: guide vision and strategy, support aligned activities, establish shared measurement practices, build public will, advance policy, and...
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Hanna Boys Center Speaker Breakfast - Marc Philpart from PolicyLink (March 9)

Nick Dalton ·
Hanna Institute, at the Hanna Boys Center, is excited to announce that Mark Philpart, senior director at PolicyLink , will be the keynote speaker at its second Professional Networking Breakfast on March 9, 2017. Marc will speak about the Boys and Men of Color Framework , which explores the deep evolutions toward equity that are beginning to take place in our communities. There will also be an open forum discussion in how culturally relevant trauma-informed practices can dramatically improve...
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Learning Collaborative Webinar

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Trial by Fire: MARC Sites Collaborate on Trauma-Informed Disaster Response

Clare Reidy ·
By @Anndee Hochman During a December 2017 convening in Philadelphia, several leaders from Mobilizing Action for Resilient Communities (MARC) realized they had more in common than a passion for building resilience in their communities. They all hailed from places that had recently been scorched or flooded by natural disasters: wildfires in California and the Columbia River Gorge, hurricanes in Florida, the lingering residue of 2012’s post-tropical cyclone Sandy in the Northeast.
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