In this webinar, community providers discuss the challenges they face in providing responsive services, including building evidence and operating in the context of restrictive “evidence-based” standards, as well as recommendations for actions state and federal policymakers can take to ensure all families have the support they need through expanding access and availability of programs that are developed by and for communities of color.
Panelists and Moderator:
- Alexandra Citrin, Senior Associate, Center for the Study of Social Policy (Moderator)
- Esi Hutchful, Senior Policy Analyst, Center for the Study of Social Policy
- Paul Smokowski, PhD, Executive Director, North Carolina Youth Violence Prevention Center
- Dana Kingfisher, ASA/Tobacco Program Coordinator, All Nations Health Center
- Melvin Mason, LCSW, Executive & Clinical Director (retired), The Village Project, Inc.
Read the report here.