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Willis & Friends: Advancing Early Relational Health in CA: From ACEs to Resilience

June 2022

 
 
 
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The Child Care Paradox: How Child Care Providers Balance Paid and Un-Paid Caregiving

June 2022

Care work is some of the most important work in our society, supporting children, families, and individuals across their lifespans. But, despite the critical work child care providers do for families and society as a whole, their work is systematically undervalued. This brief reports the findings from our interviews and the recommendations from providers.

(15 pp)

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Willis & Friends: Mask Wearing During COVID & Mother-Infant Relationships

April 2022

The 12th Willis & Friends livestream explored the concerns from pediatricians, home visitors, child development experts, and parents have had on the impact of mask-wearing on mother-infant relationships.

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Data for Equity and Action Lab Information Session Presentation

May 2022

The Center for the Study of Social Policy, in partnership with Casey Family Programs launched the Data for Equity and Action (D4EA) Lab to strategize with child welfare jurisdictions about how to collect, analyze and use demographic data to advance equity. To learn more about this project visit here

Data for Equity and Action Lab May 10 Information Session slide deck.
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Grounding Family and Child Well-Being Policies and Systems in Anti-Racist Principles and Strategies

May 2022

The Center for the Study of Social Policy and the National Infant-Toddler Court Program (ITCP) at ZERO TO THREE released this brief to highlight principles and strategies that if implemented with an intentional focus on advancing equity and responding to communities, can support infant and toddler well-being and strengthen families with young children, consequently, preventing involvement in child welfare and other deep-end systems.

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Willis & Friends: Early Relational Health and HOPE in Early Childhood

April 2022

The 11th Willis & Friends discussed how to view children's growth through healthy outcomes from positive experiences (HOPE). These positive early childhood experiences are important drivers of healthy child development and future adult health and counter adversity, that can come from adverse childhood experiences.

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DULCE Biannual Report

March 2022

The DULCE Biannual Report covers findings on the DULCE project from May 2021 - October 2021. DULCE, an initiative of the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP), is an innovative approach based in the pediatric care setting that brings together early childhood, health, and legal system partners to better support families of infants during the critical first six months of life.

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DULCE Biannual Report Executive Summary

March 2022

This executive summary is an overview the DULCE Biannual Report (May 2021 - October 2021). DULCE, an initiative of the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP), is an innovative approach based in the pediatric care setting that brings together early childhood, health, and legal system partners to better support families of infants during the critical first six months of life.

DULCE Biannual Report May-Oct. 2021 executive summary.
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How Systems Change Arises from Interdisciplinary Learning and Testing: A Brief

January 2022

The purpose of this brief is to highlight some of the local learning, experimentation, and systems change happening around the country at DULCE sites. Drawing from 14 interviews with DULCE team members across three different states, this brief provides an on-the-ground snapshot of how DULCE members were thinking about collaboration, teaching, and effecting structural change in the spring of 2021.

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LEaP Pad: Supporting and Embracing Youth Power

November 2021

Lessons from The California Endowment’s Building Healthy Communities Initiative

In November 2021, CSSP hosted a virtual Learning, Equity, and Power (LEaP) Pad featuring a conversation between The California Endowment’s (TCE) President and CEO and two of TCE’s President’s Youth Council members about the importance of sharing power with youth, and how foundations can authentically make space to partner with youth. This session, which is part of the larger LEaP initiative, highlights lessons and insights from The California Endowment’s Building Healthy Communities. This LEaP Pad features:

  • Christopher Covington, President’s Youth Council Member (Former), TCE
  • Karla Ortiz, President’s Youth Council Member, TCE
  • Dr. Robert Ross, President and CEO, TCE
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