Trauma Informed Community Building Evaluation

A Formative Evaluation of the TICB Model and its Implementation in Potrero Hill

This evaluation examines the implications and impact of the Trauma Informed Community Building (TICB) model implemented in Potrero Hill communities as part of San Fransicso's HOPE SF initiative. The project is the nation’s first large-scale public housing revitalization project to acknowledge resident trauma and the role it plays during wide-scale community change efforts. 

July 20, 2015

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Blog Post

Developing State Budgets in Tough Fiscal Times

…for children and families. 1. Protect the most vulnerable Recessions sharply increase unemployment ... to invest in cost-effective services, programs, and policies that provide immediate benefits for children ... and families and that keep paying as children grow into productive adults. 4. Stimulate the economy ... by investing in children and families Providing financial support to struggling families who will immediately

October 21, 2009

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Consider the Alternatives

planning and implementing detention alternatives

…, what to do with youth facing adult trials, and how to handle juveniles who test (and retest) the system

May 1, 1999

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Making Fathers Count

Assessing the Progress of Responsible Fatherhood Efforts

…Fathers matter when it comes to the success of their children and the economy of the United States ... When children grow up without caring and committed fathers in their lives, they are more likely ... Children raised without fathers at home are more likely to perform poorly in school; develop ... ; and experience violence as children.

February 20, 2002

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Casey Connects: Winter 2005

Applying Casey Lessons to Rural Poverty

…In America, 48 out of 50 counties with the highest child poverty rates are in rural areas.  ... Child poverty rates are higher in rural areas than in urban areas for Caucasian, African American ... , Hispanic and Native American children.

December 21, 2005

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Progress in the Georgia Campaign for Grade-Level Reading

children and child health. The Atlanta Civic Site already is incorporating early reading into health ... to ensure that all children are proficient readers by the end of third grade. Like campaigns in 11 other ... with children in kindergarten through second grade.

December 3, 2012

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Getting Back on Track

Effects of a Community College Program for Probationary Students

This report examines the findings of an evaluation of two community college programs – Opening Doors and Enhanced Opening Doors – at Chaffey College in Southern California.

April 1, 2009

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