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Webinar

Ensuring Families Receive the Child Tax Credit

July 2021

This webinar, from the Automatic Benefit for Children (ABC) Coalition, shared innovative outreach strategies to raise awareness about the child tax credit and how families can sign up. 

Brief

An Ecosystem to Build Power and Advance Health and Racial Equity—Executive Summary

December 2020

This executive summary describes a range of strategies and tactics that were used by grassroots organizing groups, policy advocates, and other partners to secure policy changes, system improvements, and other tangible benefits for communities in California over the past decade.

Read the full report.

(53 pp)

Report

An Ecosystem to Build Power and Advance Health and Racial Equity

December 2020

This report describes a range of strategies and tactics that were used by grassroots organizing groups, policy advocates, and other partners to secure policy changes, system improvements, and other tangible benefits for communities in California over the past decade.

Read the executive summary.

(53 pp)

Report

Sustaining Power-Building Momentum: Final Recommendations

December 2020

This report follows two presentations for Building Healthy Communities (BHC) stakeholders that shared emergent findings from the study and highlighted BHC accomplishments, missteps, and missed opportunities.

(28 pp)

Report

Community Development and Early Childhood: Partnering for Better Outcomes

December 2020

This report summarizes the projects carried out by early childhood leaders in four communities across the country at the intersection of community and child development, including the adaptations they had to make when the COVID-19 crisis began. This resource also shares lessons learned and recommendations to guide others who are looking for ways to improve outcomes for young children and their families by partnering across these two fields.

Read a blog discussing this report here.

Webinar

Community Conditions that Strengthen Families

December 2020

This webinar discussed work that explores how community conditions that strengthen families can be improved. Listeners learned about the results of a survey done earlier this year and the themes we found in the survey. Find the report related to this webinar here. You can access the executive summary here.

Brief

Toward Health and Racial Equity: Findings and Lessons from Building Healthy Communities—Executive Summary

December 2020

In this summary report, CSSP captures the what and how of the Building Healthy Communities (BHC) initiative, work funded by The California Endowment. In addition, the report highlights major lessons from BHC that contribute knowledge to philanthropy and to the on-going racial justice and health equity movement in California and the nation.

Read the full report here.

(20 pp)

Report

Toward Health and Racial Equity: Findings and Lessons from Building Healthy Communities

December 2020

In this report, CSSP captures the what and how of the Building Healthy Communities (BHC) initiative, work funded by The California Endowment. In addition, the report highlights major lessons from BHC that contribute knowledge to philanthropy and to the on-going racial justice and health equity movement in California and the nation.

Read an executive summary here.

(39 pp)

Brief

Executive Summary: Community Conditions that Strengthen Families: Protective Factors Work at the Community Level

December 2020

This brief summarizes survey findings from organizational partners and members of the Strengthening Families National Network interested in using the Protective Factors Framework in their community-level approach and their viewpoints on community conditions that support child and family outcomes. Find the full report here. 

(7pp)

Report

Community Conditions that Strengthen Families: Protective Factors Work at the Community Level

December 2020

This report summarizes survey findings from organizational partners and members of the Strengthening Families National Network interested in using the Protective Factors Framework in their community-level approach and their viewpoints on community conditions that support child and family outcomes. Find the executive summary for the report here. 

(24pp)