Talking Family-Centered Practice With United Way’s Henrietta Muñoz

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Henrietta Muñoz, senior vice president of research and evaluation at United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County, shares her thoughts on adopting a family-centered practice. In this post, she discusses the values driving this work, training recommendations and how family-centered approaches intersect with evidence-based service models.

March 22, 2018

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Buffalo Promise Neighborhood’s Caitlin Lenihan Talks Family-Centered Work

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Caitlin Lenihan, director of Buffalo Promise Neighborhood's Two-Generation Programs, shares her thoughts on employing a family-centered approach. In this post, she discusses why listening to parents is important, why specific training is necessary and how her organization's family-centered practice has evolved over time.

February 21, 2018

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Expanding Choices for Evidence-Based Programming

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With support from the Foundation, Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development has expanded its offering of evidence-based programs designed to promote positive youth development to communities that want to implement rigorously reviewed programs but cannot find one that fits their particular needs. 

December 13, 2016

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Year One of the Rural IMPACT Project

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Agency officials, funders, policymakers and service providers gathered at a White House symposium on November 17 to discuss early implementation lessons and future plans for Rural IMPACT — a public-private effort to reduce child poverty in rural and tribal communities.

November 21, 2016

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Strengthening America’s Immigrant Workforce

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New reports from the Aspen Institute present a snapshot of how workforce development and immigrant-serving organizations currently intersect, as well as recommendations for how practitioners in these fields can strengthen partnerships to better connect immigrants to skill-building and career advancement opportunities.

November 7, 2016

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