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HOPE on Father’s Day

This Father’s Day, the HOPE National Resource Center is celebrating the impact that fathers can have on access to positive childhood experiences.
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Celebrating Juneteenth and Father’s Day with HOPE

Sunday, June 19th is a day of celebrating both freedom and fathers, and we are taking the opportunity to acknowledge the significance of Black fathers specifically by talking to John Verdejo, member of the FACEs (Family and Community Experts) of HOPE Advisory Council.
Parents and baby

HOPE Celebrates Pride with a New Resource

Adverse Community Experiences can make it harder for LGBTQ+ families to enjoy positive childhood experiences (PCEs). With that in mind, we developed a new resource that promotes PCEs and the four building blocks specifically for LGBTQ+ families.
Father and children sliding in the snow.

The Missing Epidemic: HOPE and child abuse prevention

This week marks the end of April, child abuse prevention month. During the pandemic, we have learned a lot about how to prevent child abuse. Data from the pandemic show a story of hope for children and families. Let’s put this new knowledge into action.
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