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Register for HOPE in Communities

Join us on December 6th for HOPE in Communities Join us on December 6th at 3 p.m. EST/ 12 pm PST as we discuss what HOPE looks like in communities! Register for HOPE in Communities, the second session in our…

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A Day to be HOPE-full

Reflecting on Gratitude and Social Inequities As Thanksgiving and the indigenous National Day of Mourning approaches, we are reflecting on both our gratitude for all the good that life offers, and also on the deep-seated social inequities that limit access…

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What HOPE Adds

Summertime offers a chance to pause and reflect. This past year our team has had the good fortune to meet with, teach, and learn from dozens of organizational leaders and well over 10,000 participants from around the country and beyond. …

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New HOPE-informed Resources

One of our favorite things to do at the HOPE National Resource Center is to partner with others to create new tools. Over the past few weeks, we have had multiple requests from our HOPE Innovation Network members and West…

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Meet the New HOPE National Advisory Board Members

On Monday, November 1st, HOPE held its first National Advisory Board meeting for the 2021-2022 cycle. Lexie Beck from Youth MOVE Nevada joined us to talk about youth engagement and the importance of including youth in decision making. We brainstormed…

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HOPE 2020-2021 TIER Report Evaluation

The Tufts Interdisciplinary Evaluation Research (TIER) team evaluated HOPE for the year ending August 31, 2021. We are pleased to share their findings! TIER evaluated the effectiveness of the HOPE trainings and the HOPE Innovation Networks (HIN). HOPE trainings have grown notably…

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Interview with Melody Centeno, MSW

We met Melody Centeno when she spoke at the National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect this spring. She embodies so much of what HOPE stands for: the healing told of sustained nurturing relationships, and how safe stable and equitable…

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