“Four places from which Indigenous evaluation is already taking place in violence prevention, response, and healing programs that have not yet been formally recognized in a culturally rooted evaluation framework.”
“Join We R Native, NPAIHB and StrongHearts Native Helpline as they discuss positive youth development strategies and the process of creating healthy relationship content which is all lead by Native youth and young adults.”
“This brief focuses on best practices and innovative strategies that child welfare and family violence advocates can implement to form stronger support networks for survivors of violence and abuse that continue to function in emergency conditions.”
“This report captures both the resiliency of survivors and programs and the intense impact the pandemic is still having on them and their needs.”
View the national and Michigan reports here.
“The goal is to raise awareness of the barriers and challenges staff and clients from traditionally marginalized communities may experience within established systems as well as discuss strategies and offer resources to support the growth and advancement of culturally responsive services and staff support.”
Hear from “Esperanza United’s youth leaders about the challenges and successes of working with youth throughout the pandemic.”
OVC’s featured resources for March as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.
“The Moving Ahead Curriculum offers a range of information from basic money and financial management principles to advanced, long-term financial planning.”