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Help Us Declare a Week of HOPE

This year we will be hosting a Week of HOPE, this will take place March 7 – 11, 2022. Throughout the week we will highlight all the amazing work of HOPE featuring the many organizations we have worked with and who use HOPE to support children, families, and communities. The HOPE framework offers a new approach that brings identifying, celebrating, and promoting positive experiences to the forefront of care.
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Frank Farrow and “Passing the Baton”

“Passing the Baton” is a collection of essays assembled by editors Mark Joseph, Frank Farrow, and Leila Fiester and posted on the website of the Washington DC-based Center for the Study of Social Policy. The collection is dedicated to Harold…

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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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Updated Resource: Ten Ways to Promote PCEs

A year ago, we posted a blog with ten ways to help children have positive experiences during the pandemic. Now, we know that most families have struggled – successfully – to create positive experiences for their young children during this…

HOPE in Practice: San Diego YMCA

Aimee Zeitz, Regional Director of Strategic Advancement at the San Diego YMCA, joined the HOPE Innovation Network in January. She knew that if the YMCA wanted to serve children and families differently, they needed to support and engage staff and…

HOPE Releases Anti-Racism Statement

By The HOPE Team Each person is an individual with essential human dignity. Our society, however, continues to struggle with persistent racism. Today, we have posted a new statement about how HOPE intends to infuse an understanding of race, racism,…

HOPE in Practice: Resilience University in Lewiston, ME

Pediatrician, Dr. Gretchen Pianka, had already created Resilience University when she first heard about HOPE. When Dr. Pianka met with Drs. Sege and Burstein, she realized that her vision to help foster family resilience fit perfectly within the HOPE Framework.…

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