Wednesday, Nov 1, 2017

National Webinar Series

Learn with the Learning Community

 

 

The Anti-Poverty Practice Series

 

The Learning Communities Resource Center is pleased to release several new publications which highlight promising practices for moving families and communities out of poverty. This series will highlight best practices from eleven agencies who engaged in the Learning Community process.  Additionally, the webinar series will connect participants with anti-poverty resources and how to become involved in the new Learning Community.

 

Held on November 1 

Bundling Services to Improve Outcomes: Three Cases

Highlighting best practices from Community Action Inc. Enrichment Services Program, Inc., and Douglas County CARES 

 

Click here to access the video and click here to access the newly released case study.

 

Held on November 8

Trauma-Informed Approaches: Three Cases

Highlighting best practices from West Central Wisconsin Community Action, Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission, Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services  

 

Click to access the video and Click here to access the newly released case study.

 

Held on November 16

Opportunities for Transformation: CAA Anti-Poverty Practices

West CAP, Enrichment Services, Inc., and Baltimore City CAP will share how their participation in the Learning Community helped their agencies to achieve results. 

 

Click to access the video

 

November 28 at 2 pm ET (Register)

Rural IMPACT: Two Cases

Highlighting best practices from Alleghany County HRDC and Family Futures Down East 

 Click to access the video and Click here to access the newly released case study.

 

December 4 at 2 pm ET (Register)

Financial Empowerment: Three Cases

Highlighting best practices from Baltimore City CAP, Capstone Community Action, and Community Action Partnership of Orange County

Click to access the video and Click here to access the newly released case study.

 

Held on February 7, 2018

Thinking About Community Level Work

The Community Action Network has long acknowledged the importance of addressing needs at both the individual/family level to help improve personal situations and the community level, to combat the causes and conditions of poverty.  The new CSBG Annual Report and revised Community NPIs now allows for better tracking of community level work.  This raises some questions about how your agency may rethink the approach to the work it will do.  So, what does your agency need to know to consider or enhance community level work? Join the Results at the Community Level Learning Community to explore the criteria of community level work.  An agency example, as well as the release of a new publication Thinking about Community Level Work will be shared.  

Click here to access the white paper