Strategies 2.0 offers free training, consultation (previously known as technical assistance), peer learning, and other professional development opportunities both in-person and online. Our services are designed to help organizations and individuals develop the skills, organizational structure, and collaborative relationships necessary to mitigate the risk factors of child abuse and neglect.
Family strengthening networks across the state maximize impact by collaborating with constituents and cross-sector partners. Strategies 2.0 mirrors and builds on this model by convening and facilitating six regional Learning Communities. Through these Learning Communities partners can engage in ongoing peer learning and collaboration in key areas including best practices, data and evaluation, sustainability, and other locally defined priorities.
We encourage everyone, regardless of professional affiliation, to participate in local child abuse prevention activities. To find out more, visit our training page and consulting page, join your local Learning Community, and subscribe to our enewsletter.