Strategies 2.0 webinars present and explore best practices for family strengthening organizations as a way to orient new staff to family strengthening and to deepen the understanding of seasoned staff, board members, advisory councils, and funders.
Our subject matter experts present on a variety of disciplines and themes of interest to the child abuse prevention field. Webinar subjects are selected based on their capacity to enhance personal, professional, and organizational development, and their alignment with the learning priorities identified by OCAP and the field.
To participate in this interactive series, all you need to do is register, have access to a telephone, the internet, and 90 minutes to learn from experienced presenters and colleagues.
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Click the titles below to view recordings of our previous webinars.
This webinar reviewed the basic principles behind the community schools approach and dug into the important role that family resource centers play as a lead partner in that work. [Recorded May 2017]
This webinar discusses the impact of alcohol and drug abuse on family life, describes the early recovery process, and why this is a critical transition period. It highlights successful, evidence based programs/curriculum, and more. [Recorded May 2017]
Learn how to describe childhood adversity using the new Childhood Adversity and Resilience data topic on Kidsdata.org. Also focus on how to frame your message most effectively and how to engage and mobilize your community. [Recorded April 2017]
Get an insider’s perspective on how to improve outcomes for children and families experiencing the crisis of poverty. [Recorded March 2017]
Childhood obesity has reached epidemic proportions. This presentation discusses interdisciplinary strategies to combat pediatric obesity, including healthy feeding and movement-based play. [Recorded February 2017]