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HOPE in Practice: Lake of the Woods, MN

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing examples of how different organizations from our HOPE Innovation Network (HIN) have added elements of the HOPE framework into their day-to-day practice. This HOPE in Practice blog series hopes to shine a…

Small Moments: Big Impacts – An App for New Mothers

Following the recent release of their new app for mothers, Drs. Barry Zuckerman and Cyndie Hatcher spoke with HOPE Research Assistant, Loren McCullough about how the questions, information, and parent videos provided in Small Moments: Big Impacts (SMBI) can brighten…

New Staff and HOPE Team Retreat

This past week, the HOPE team had our first in-person staff retreat! We treasured the opportunity to come together, discuss our work, and even have the chance to meet some of our newest staff members face-to-face. Join us in welcoming…

Simone Biles, ACEs and PCEs

By the HOPE Team Like so many people, we spent part of the weekend transfixed by the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. Despite COVID, no crowds, and troubles with the Tokyo organizing committee, the athletes dazzled us with their speed, endurance and…

HOPE Workshop and Training Options

The HOPE National Resource Center is excited to announce expanded options for HOPE trainings! While we always work with organizations to tailor the training experience to specific local needs, below are basic descriptions of our most requested options including some…

Summer 2021 Student Interns: Welcome to HOPE!

This summer, the HOPE team welcomes several talented students to assist us with our many projects and presentations. Each one of them adds their unique perspective and expertise to our team, and brings a hardworking, equity-focused mindset that directly represents…

Interview with Dr. Elizabeth Crouch

Please introduce yourself and your work to our blog readers. I am a health policy researcher whose work examines health disparities among rural and other vulnerable populations, with a primary focus on children. I am an assistant professor in the…

Celebrating the Importance of Juneteenth

By the HOPE Team Tomorrow, June 19th, marks the anniversary of the day in 1865 when word finally reached Texas that President Lincoln had outlawed slavery in the United States nearly two and a half years prior. Today, 156 years…

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