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The HOPE National Resource Center

The HOPE National Resource Center is based out of Tufts Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts. We are creating a paradigm shift in systems of care, communities, and policies to value and actively bolster positive childhood experiences (PCEs). HOPE offers research, resources, trainings and technical assistance to help bring the power of the positive into the lives of children and their families.

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HOPE Online Learning Course
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The Four Building Blocks of HOPE – for caregivers who have been incarcerated

This Four Building Blocks resource is tailored specifically for caregivers who have experienced incarceration. In recognition of the unique challenges…

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HOPE Key Terms and Phrases

Are you new to HOPE? If you are just learning about HOPE – Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences, we know…

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HOPE and Conscious Discipline

Since HOPE is a flexible framework and not a manualized program, it can be easily incorporated into the work you…

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