Call for Proposals Philadelphia Trauma Conference (March 6th)

CALL FOR PROPOSALS 4th Annual Philadelphia Trauma Training Conference Purposeful Action to Strengthen Families, Communities and Systems JULY 28-30, 2020 JEFFERSON'S EAST FALLS CAMPUS PHILADELPHIA, PA 19144 We are looking for: 90 minute presentations 3-hour intensive workshops, AND poster presentations Visit http://bit.ly/PTTCProposals to submit a proposal. DEADLINE: MARCH 6, 2020

ENACT Day on 4/30

DATE: Thursday, April 30, 2020 TIME: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm LOCATION: The California Endowment – Sacramento | 1414 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 REGISTER HERE: https://salsa4.salsalabs.com/o/51417/p/salsa/event/common/public/?event_KEY=11722 ENACT Day is a FREE event that brings together Californians from across the state to learn about health equity in California and develop policy advocacy skills. Learn about policy strategies to improve community health such as food and water access,...

Kids Day at the Capitol Art Contest

Calling all kids! In celebration of children and families during CAP Month and in honor of Kids Day at the Capitol, we invite you to enter to win the 2nd Annual Art Contest! The theme this year is "My Hero". Show us what a hero means to you and submit your entries by March 22, 2020. Click here for contest information: http://www.thecapcenter.org/ admin/upload/kids%20art% 20contest%2005-30-2019.pdf

Kids Day at the Capitol on 4/23

Mark your calendar for Kids Day at the Capitol occurring on the east lawn of the California State Capitol on Thursday, April 23 from 10:00 am – 1:30 pm. The Office of Child Abuse Prevention and The Child Abuse Prevention Center proudly partner to host Kids Day at the Capitol. This will be a fun-filled, educational event with a lot of free activities for kids. The event will include guest speakers, performances and various activities for youth and children. Numerous statewide public agencies...

WEBINAR: Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Month Kick-Off on 3/5

Join us for the "Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Month Kick-Off!" webinar hosted by the Office of Child Abuse Prevention (OCAP) and The Child Abuse Prevention Center (CAP Center). DATE: Thursday March 5, 2020 TIME: 1:00 – 2:00 pm. OCAP and The CAP Center invite all child abuse prevention partners and allies to a brief webinar to kick-off CAP Month in California! This webinar will discuss the goals of CAP month and highlight what’s new with this year’s toolkit. ...

HEALTH POLICY BRIEF: Precarious Work Schedules and Population Health

According to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, unstable and unpredictable work schedules are associated with poor health outcomes in adults, complexity and informality in child-care arrangements, and behavioral problems in young children. Read more and download the brief at: https://www.rwjf.org/en/library/research/2020/02/precarious-work-schedules-and-population-health.html

Health Outcomes of Positive Experiences (HOPE) learning community website

HOPE – Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences – is a new way of seeing and talking about experiences that support children’s growth and development into healthy, resilient adults. We now know that that even in the face of adversity, key positive experiences help us heal. Although the effects of trauma can be serious, many adults have overcome their own trauma and now lead healthy, productive lives as a result of those positive experiences. A new website from Tufts University is the home...

YOUTH OPPORTUNITY: 2nd Annual Innovation Idea Lab on 3/23

Our Yolo County Mental Health Services Act team is collaborating with Solano and Sacramento counties to host the 2 nd Annual Innovation Idea Lab. This very successful event is a project of the Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission’s Youth Innovation Committee. It is an opportunity to hear the voice and choice of our Youth Leaders regarding preventative mental health services and strategies to increase the resilience of young people. In addition to the invitation for...

Resources related to "Public Charge" regulation

Attached please find information from Protecting Immigrant Families about the new public charge rule. You can learn more from Protecting Immigrant Families at https:// protectingimmigrantfamilies. org/ . Attached please find the Sacramento Area Immigration Legal Referral list. Please share with clients who may need legal services. In addition, families can go to this website https://www. keepyourbenefitsca.org/ questionnaire to explore the public charge "guide," or families can text...

WEBINAR: Public Libraries: Vital Partners in Family Engagement

DATE: Wednesday, March 4, 2020 TIME: 11am-1pm PST Public libraries are accessible, offering diverse, intergenerational programming, and serving families from low-income homes at a high rate compared to other community providers. In this webinar, the Public Library Association, a division of the American Library Association, will enlighten new and experienced early childhood program staff, parents, and others about the potential of public libraries to act as learning spaces and connect...

Seventh Annual Promotores Conference March 28th in Winters

From MariaIsabel Mandujano of the CommuniCare CREO program: Me dirijo a ustedes de la manera mas atenta para informarles que si estan interesados en participar con una mesa informativa durante el evento Annual de promotoras, por favor llenen su ficha de registro y haganla llegar lo antes posible, esto debido a que los espacios estan limitados. I inform you that if you are interested in participating with an information booth during the annual event of promoters, please fill out your...

FREE Computer Equipment available for local non-profit partners from Yolo County Housing!

Attached is a list of surplus computer equipment that YCH will be giving away to local non-profit partners. If you are interested, please complete the form with your non-profit name and contact information in the space provided, plus note the number of each item you are requesting for your non-profit in the space to the right of the items. Please do not request any more of the items that you believe you can use in your non-profit since we want to ensure this equipment is put to good use...

ARTICLES on ACEs Screening in California

As of Jan. 1, 2020, almost 100,000 physicians in 8,800 clinics will be reimbursed for routinely screening Medi-Cal patients for adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), in an effort California hopes will help prevent ongoing ACEs-related stress and disease. Here are two articles that answer some questions you might have. 9 Big Questions as California Starts to Screen Kids for Trauma, ACEs: https://salud-america.org/9-big-questions-as-california-starts-to-screen-kids-for-trauma-aces/ 5 Things To...

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