Community Events and Resources
The USDA Summer Food program has already started! Through August 25th, the program will serve lunch to school-aged children from 12:00pm - 12:30pm Monday - Friday.
Address: 400 Washington Avenue S Long Beach, WA 98631
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Tactical Technology Planning for Nonprofits Toolkit
Presenter: Joshua Peskay, Idealware Expert Trainer
Five 60-minute webinars
Thursdays between January 5 and February 2
Over five weeks you’ll view eLearning modules that cover common nonprofit technology needs and complete worksheets designed to help you make key decisions. Then, once a week, our expert trainer will work with you to answer your questions and build on your knowledge. You’ll also have opportunities to share your experiences and learn from peers who are facing the same challenges.
Throughout this course, you will:
Regular Price: $215
Washington Nonprofits discount: $170 with the discount code "WA2017"
Perinatal Mental Health – Evidence Based Practices and New Research Findings
The workshop attendees will learn about risk factors and epidemiology of perinatal mental disorders (MDD, Bipolar Dis, Anxiety Dis, Psychotic Dis, PTSD, Grief related issues), differential diagnosing, and evidence-based assessment and treatment. In the end of the workshop they will be able to create an evidence-based service plan to meet the needs of the woman and her family. In addition, they will be able to identify cultural and socio-economic factors in the development of perinatal mental health issues, and approach treatment from a systemic, strengths-based, and holistic lens.
Free for NASW members, $35 for nonmembers.
Register for the Youth Advocacy Center Training
ACES Connection Network an action based social network for people who are implementing Ace's-related, trauma-informed, and resilience building practices and policies.
Developmental Disabilities Administration provides resources for families with children or seeking to foster children with developmental disabilities
Educational Service District aims to provide developmental support to children 0-3 and their families. They are currently in the beginning processes of setting up a Pacific County-specific program.
Leslie V. & Stella J. Raymond Foundation community foundation benefiting civic/youth organizations within the City of Raymond, WA, most notably granting scholarships to Raymond high school graduates.
USDA Rural Development is committed to help improve the economy & quality of life in rural America through loans, grants and loan guarantees to support economic development, housing, and much more.
Washington 21st Century Community Learning Centers supports the creation of community learning centers that provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children, particularly students who attend high-poverty and low-performing schools.
Strengthening Youth through the Power of Community!