Resource Guide which offers key considerations for developing child care centers to serve tribal communities, ideas on how to collaborate with others and leverage funding opportunities, and innovative approaches and success stories from across the country - like efforts from Red Lake Nation to build a child care facility at their Tribal College. This Joint Resource Guide also highlights approaches to help fund new child care facilities; to renovate, expand and improve existing early learning settings, and to leverage Head Start and Early Head Start resources with USDA-RD and HHS-ACF programs along with other federal, state, local and nonprofit resources to help meet child care needs in rural America.
The following resources are various toolkits developed by Social Current and shared with JBS for the Advocacy 101 Office Hour with Blair Abelle-Kiser of Social Current.
Driven by a passion to support the youngest victims of the addiction crisis, Lancaster County Joining Forces released the documentary “No Matter What: A Family Story of Addiction Recovery.”
Disrupting Stigma: How Understanding, Empathy, and Connection Can Improve Outcomes for Families Affected by Substance Use and Mental Disorders
This brief from the National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare, Disrupting Stigma: How Understanding, Empathy, and Connection Can Improve Outcomes for Families Affected by Substance Use and…