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HOPE in Faith Communities Toolkit

Faith communities are in a unique position to promote Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs) for children, youth, and families. Lifelong engagement, access to the whole family, programming, consistent contact, and outreach during traumatic times and their aftermath. At HOPE National Resource…

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Virtual HOPE Family Library

The resources below are virtual libraries. They contain links to virtual book readings directly from YouTube. It is a wonderful opportunity to pause with your children and listen to heartwarming stories together. This practice can help build strong relationships.

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Moments of HOPE

HOPE begins with a shift in mindset that calls on each of us to identify, celebrate, and promote individual and family strengths in each moment. This resource, Moments of HOPE, shares examples of how HOPE can be integrated into existing…

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HOPE-informed Supervision and Leadership Handout

During a HOPE Train-the-Facilitator session, participants noted that leadership and supervisor buy-in of the HOPE framework is key for successful implementation. They shared that true HOPE implementation happens through direct service approaches that are supported from the top down. At…

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Four Ways to Assess Positive Childhood Experiences

Workshop and training participants often ask about how to assess or screen for PCEs. While there is no one evidence-based way to screen for Positive Childhood Experiences, we have developed a resource with a list of the most commonly-used options.

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The Four Building Blocks for Medical Providers

This is a sector-specific resource about increasing access to the 4 Building Blocks that can be used by medical providers. Research has shown that Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs) help children grow into health, resilient adults. These PCEs can be categorized…

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The Four Building Blocks for Families

This is a specific resource about increasing access to the 4 Building Blocks that can be used by families. Research has shown that Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs) can help protect against the poor health outcomes associated with Adverse Childhood Experiences…

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