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Growing Skills

Growing Skills

With no-cost in-person trainings, webinars, and other online learning opportunities, Strategies 2.0 bridges an organization’s resources and its aspirations.

If you have a group of 20-40+ family strengthening professionals, you can submit a Request A Group Training Form.

Growing Community

Growing Community

In regions throughout the state, we bring together professionals and organizations in Learning Communities to exchange ideas, share resources, and collaborate to craft solutions for their area’s most pressing needs. Leaders of the Champions Coalition leverage power and resources for child abuse and neglect prevention.

Growing Resources

Growing Resources

Strategies 2.0 researches and evaluates the best practices to create tools including our Knowledge to Action Briefs and Building Community Resilience Toolkit. As a resource to family resource centers, please view Vehicles for Change, I and II.

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Resilience, Resistance, and Relationship: The 3 Rs of Systems Change

By All, Bay Area Learning Community

Thank you for joining us this May…

for our second convening in this year’s Resilience Series. We are thrilled to be offering this series of Learning Communities dedicated to understanding of the impact of historical and systemic trauma on children, families and communities. On May 15th, we convened to hear from Kanwarpal Dhaliwal, Associate Director of RYSE Youth Center, about considerations for implementation and integration of healing-centered practices in our work that are grounded in racial justice and liberation.

If you missed the event, please view the recording here, and plan to join us for the next event on Wednesday, June 25th. Find out more here.

This resilience series is brought you by a collaboration between Resilient Napa, Strategies 2.0, Napa Valley College, and the Greater Bay Area Child Abuse Prevention Council Coalition.

Staff photo from March 2019