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Hand in Hand: A Community Framework for Early Childhood Collaboration

Hand in Hand: A Community Framework for Early Childhood Collaboration

Zero to Three has released a framework that is designed to facilitate community collaboration through three categories: relationships, actions, and foundation. This resource will guide families through early childhood systems so that it is even easier to get connected efficiently to fulfill their needs. This framework was created to help organizations and individuals who provide structure to the lives of…

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Helping to Make Prevention the New Norm: Best Practice Guidelines for California’s Child Abuse Prevention Councils (CAPCs)

Helping to Make Prevention the New Norm: Best Practice Guidelines for California’s Child Abuse Prevention Councils (CAPCs)

In alignment with the Office of Child Abuse Prevention’s vision, and in partnership with Strategies 2.0 and CAPCs throughout the state, the Social Policy Institute has developed Best Practice Guidelines for California CAPCs. Child Abuse Prevention Councils (CAPCs) are the catalyst, convener and coordinator of the countywide approach to prevention of child maltreatment. Each CAPC prioritizes strategies for action that…

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Breaking Barriers Toolkit (2019)

Breaking Barriers Toolkit (2019)

The Breaking Barriers Toolkit was developed to highlight the essential components of effective cross-systems practice and the strategies that improve outcomes for children, families and communities. Implementation of these practice components—Shared Leadership, Shared Data and Outcomes Management, Shared Fiscal Management, and Shared Community—leads to successful integration of care and services, thereby addressing the unmet social, emotional and developmental needs of…

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Inclusion through Evaluation: A Toolkit for Practitioners and Leaders

Inclusion through Evaluation: A Toolkit for Practitioners and Leaders

The goal of this toolkit is to leverage evaluation to bolster DEI in an organization’s day-to-day work and encourage data literacy by demonstrating how we all play a role in creating an equitable evaluation culture. Since so much of evaluation work is centered around data, the DEI Evaluation Toolkit does this by improving data literacy throughout an organization. Access the…

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Building Community Resilience Toolkit, Volume 4

Building Community Resilience Toolkit, Volume 4

Sustaining Community Resilience The final toolkit in the series offers a pathway towards sustaining community resilience with tools to support information and communication, community competence, social capital, economic development, and resident leadership training. Access the BCR, Volume 4 Toolkit here: https://sdsusocialpolicyinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/SDSU_SPI_TOOLKIT_4_FINAL.pdf

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Building Community Resilience Toolkit, Volume 3

Building Community Resilience Toolkit, Volume 3

Cross-Sector Partners: Connecting and Collaborating This toolkit provides an in-depth exploration of the importance of cross-sector partners in building community resilience. The tools will guide organizations in engaging, expanding, and strengthening cross-sector partnerships. Access the BCR, Volume 3 Toolkit here: https://sdsusocialpolicyinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/SDSU_SPI_TOOLKIT_3_FINAL.pdf

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Building Community Resilience Toolkit, Volume 2

Building Community Resilience Toolkit, Volume 2

State of Readiness: System and Provider Abilities to Respond This second volume describes the organizational capacity needed for a shared approach to building community resilience within an organization or network. The tools in this volume will assist organizations in: (1) building a logic model to focus the work; (2) assessing their level of readiness to implement BCR efforts; and (3)…

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Building Community Resilience Toolkit, Volume 1

Building Community Resilience Toolkit, Volume 1

Shared Understanding: Working Together to Build Community Resilience This toolkit provides a succinct description of the core concepts of the BCR Model as well as tools to: (1) assess understanding of organizational and community factors related to building community resilience; and (2) to build a shared understanding of these factors through collaborative learning, both within the family and community strengthening…

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