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A HOPEful Thanksgiving

The HOPE framework emphasizes the importance of positive childhood experiences, and Thanksgiving memories of family gatherings combine the sense of tradition, togetherness with extended family and friends.
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HOPE in Policy

The HOPE National Resource Center intends to help policymakers know more about Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs).
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HOPE in Foster Care Organizations

HOPE National Resource Center Director, Bob Sege, went to Darwin Australia two weeks ago. Below is his firsthand experience and impression of how international foster care organizations are practicing the HOPE framework.
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Interview with National Advisory Board Member Elliott Hinkle

Read our interview with Elliott Hinkle, member of the HOPE National Advisory Board and the HOPE Family and Community Experts Council. “HOPE is like, when someone brings you a problem and you want them to also bring a solution. How are we thinking differently about the work and moving beyond what is bad and what is hard to how we are going to make any change here. It has given me, funnily enough, hope in the work.”
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HOPE in National Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month takes place from September 15 to October 15. HOPE recognizes how culture, heritage, and tradition play a large role in a child’s access to positive childhood experiences.
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HOPE on Social Media

The HOPE National Resource Center is now on social media! We launched our social media in February of this year and have spent the past several months growing our presence on both Twitter and LinkedIn.
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