Strategies 2.0 Promotes Child Abuse Prevention Month efforts

Strategies 2.0 trains, supports, and builds relationships so that we can lift up best practices, link people and organizations regionally and statewide, and leverage our collective power to prevent child abuse. This month we also join the movement to promote Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Month to raise awareness that child abuse is preventable.

#WearBlue4Kids We hope you will join us and the Office of Child Abuse Prevention (OCAP) to encourage everyone in your communities to Volunteer, Speak Up, Reach OutCheck out their CAP Month toolkit and resources

You can also spread the word by sharing that this Friday April 5 is #WearBlue4Kids day. We want to see pictures of everyone strutting their stuff in blue, so invite your whole community to take part—police, firefighters, doctors, teachers, families, elected officials, and especially you and your staff.

Join the Office of Child Abuse Prevention (OCAP), in partnership with The Child Abuse Prevention Center, at the second annualKids’ Day at the Capitol event on Thursday, April 11, 2019, 10 AM-2 PM at the California State Capitol.

For additional information, visit OCAP's website, email kidsday@dss.ca.gov, or call 916-651-6960.

Bay Area Learning Community Convening

Race and Health Equity, Part II ft. Flojaune Cofer
Wednesday April 17, 2019, 2pm–5pm
In Napa, Concord, and Monterey

Napa Valley College, Resilient Napa (a collaborative project of Cope Family Center), the Strategies 2.0 Bay Area Learning Community, and the Greater Bay Area Child Abuse Prevention Council are partnering to bring together experts in a series of events.

This talk will continue our exploration of the world beyond the 10 Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and community adverse experiences. A screening of Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope will precede the convening.

SAVE THE DATES FOR FUTURE CONVENINGS:

Northern Learning Community Convening 
The Science of Behavior and Tools to Shift It—
Focus on Restorative Practices and Resiliency Building

Wednesday, May 1 & Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Capital Learning Community Convening 
Thursday, May 9, 2019

Sierra Learning Community Convening
Explore Evidence-based Tools and Interventions for Addressing Behavioral Health Needs in the Sierra Nevada Region.
Thursday, May 16, 2019

SoCal Learning Community Convening 
Know Your Audience: Program Participants, Clients, and Community Members
Friday, May 17, 2019

Valley Learning Community Convening
Friday, May 24, 2019

Aces Connection: Healing Communities Through Connections
Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Guest Speakers: Donielle Prince, Gail Kennedy, Karen Clemmer, Lara Kain, ACEs Connection 
Learn about the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) study and deepen their understanding of ACEs science which shows how toxic stress in childhood influences health for a lifetime. Discover the tools and resources available at ACESconnection.com

Promoting Resilience Using a Two Generation Model 
Friday, April 19, 2019 
Guest Speaker: Todd Sosna, Ph.D.
This webinar is intended for family support professionals and systems leaders. It will share the merits of two-generation programs in building resiliency and preventing adverse childhood events, particularly for children and families experiencing toxic stress.

The Family Resource Center as a Learning Organization
Friday, April 26, 2019
Guest Speaker: Judi Sherman, MA Ed.
This webinar explores how a culture of learning leads to innovation, satisfaction, and positive results. We will look at the elements of a learning organization and provide tools for you to reflect on your own organization.

Parent & Community Engagement Dynamics
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Guest Speakers: Gregory Bourne, Lead4Tomorrow
Lucy Roberts, Family Hui

Take a look at advocacy through the lens of community engagement. Effective parent engagement involves gaining a greater understanding of the institutions which support families; community dynamics within which advocacy efforts can be exercised; and interpersonal dynamics that can either support or undermine effectiveness.

Empower Latin American Communities to Prevent Sex Trafficking
Thursday, June 13, 2019
Guest Speaker: Ruth Rodriguez, M.A.
This webinar focusing on the scope and overview of sex trafficking of Mexico and other areas in Latin America and how it connects to the United States. This webinar will increase awareness of the vulnerabilities Spanish-speaking populations face and highlight resources/tools/services to educate Latin American communities. 

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