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January 2020

Crisis Communication Webinar

January 29 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Crisis communication refers to the technologies, systems, and protocols that enable an organization to effectively communicate during an emergency situation. Businesses of all kinds must be prepared for a wide range of potential crises, including severe weather, fire, crime, terrorism, product recalls, reputation crises, and PR incidents. Attendees will learn to create and implement a crisis communications plan. Register

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Springfield College Opportunity Webinar

January 30 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Community Action Partnership and Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies have solidified an agreement in which staff employed by member Agencies of the Partnership can access education and training opportunities. Specifically, staff enrolled in Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies can earn undergraduate credits for completing training modules offered by the Partnership (ROMA – 6 Credits, Strengths-Based Family Workers – 4 Credits, Family Development Credential – 6 Credits). Register

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February 2020

Food as Medicine – Partnering to Improve Food Security and Health Outcomes among Vulnerable Populations

February 5 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Through their Food as Medicine initiative, ALL IN is scaling a clinically integrated model at local federally qualified health centers that features building up modular and scalable health infrastructure:  1) Food farmacies featuring produces grown through regenerative agricultural approaches by a social enterprise of the County Sherriff’s Office and 2) behavioral pharmacy group medical visits through a partnership with a community based organization. ALL IN is working with a public health plan to help provide seed funding to support this effort. This webinar will feature presenters from ALL IN and its partners: Alameda Alliance, Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center, Open Source Wellness and Dig Deep Farms – highlighting the implementation of this model and where opportunities lie to engage community and human service partners to not only address food security and health outcomes but also other social and structural determinants of health.

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Community Level Impact: El Centro de la Raza’s Housing and Commercial Development Project

February 12 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

The Plaza Roberto Maestas Affordable Housing development project highlights an integrated approach to housing, land use, environmental planning, public transportation, community infrastructure, and aligned workforce opportunities. The project consists of 112 apartments in two buildings for low-income residents, a 7-classroom expansion of El Centro’s award-winning José Martí Child Development Center, a new community cultural center, office space and neighborhood retail/restaurant space. Anchoring the project is a 10,000 square foot central plaza for residents and the greater Beacon Hill community to enjoy that celebrates Latino history.

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Census 2020 for Public CAAs

February 13 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Public agencies work with multiple people every day, mostly from populations that are typically under counted in the U.S. Census. Join this webinar to learn how to raise awareness in your community so that residents know that completing the Census form is safe, easy, and important. Register here.

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