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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…

Parenting through Divorce with HOPE

Hello out there, HOPE family. I joined HOPE at the start of this year to help the team bring HOPE to the West Coast. I’m a Bay Area girl living in Portland. Well, to be more precise, I’m a New…

Stories of HOPE in Action

As HOPE grows, we are thrilled about each new milestone—developments like HOPE Day in Idaho, new resources in English and Spanish, and journal publications, to name a few. More and more organizations and individuals are implementing HOPE in their own…

A Common Philosophy: Discussing Hope Theory

Last month, Jane Stevens, founder and publisher of PACEs Connection introduced us to the Hope Research Center at the University of Oklahoma. We had a fascinating hour-long call with director Dr. Chan Hellman and his team.  They have learned how hope…

Family Experiences During COVID-19 Pandemic Data Webinar

Interested in learning about family experiences during Covid-19? The HOPE National Resource Center will be presenting project findings tomorrow, April 29, 2021 from 1:00 – 2:30 PM PT / 4:00 – 5:30 PM ET. See below for a description of…

AAP Snapshots: Family Closeness during COVID-19

By Loren McCullough and Dr. Robert Sege How do US parents and families cope with pandemic-related disturbances to their households?  All across the country, family work and children’s regular way of life is topsy-turvy. The HOPE team, in collaboration with…

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