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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 during the Holiday’s

The holiday season is a time of family, traditions, and kindness, and it also can be a time of hardship, stress, and grief. At HOPE, we wish you a holiday season filled with opportunities to build relationships, to be safe…

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A Day to be HOPE-full

Reflecting on Gratitude and Social Inequities As Thanksgiving and the indigenous National Day of Mourning approaches, we are reflecting on both our gratitude for all the good that life offers, and also on the deep-seated social inequities that limit access…

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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