Virtual Training: Partnering with the Community to Achieve Goals
Start:Thursday, April 29, 2021• 2:00 PM • Central Daylight Time (US & Canada) (GMT-05:00)
End: Thursday, April 29, 2021• 3:30 PM • Central Daylight Time (US & Canada) (GMT-05:00)
This is a virtual event
Justice For Families (J4F) invites to join us for the last in our 4-part virtual learning series in April, "Partnering with the Community to Achieve Goals".
Families often distrust systems and they often have had experiences that create that distrust. The experience may not even have occurred in your system or organization. This distrust comes back to the long legacy of racial and ethnic disparities built into organizations and systems. This session helps participants understand the complexities of that distrust and solutions that help overcome existing barriers. Partnering with family-centered organizations has proven to be a successful strategy. This session is designed to help agencies/organizations understand the common characteristics of such groups and develop strategies to build solid relationships with the groups.
Justice For Families’ (J4F) family engagement specialists have worked with foundations, juvenile justice agencies, mental health advocacy groups and numerous other child-serving agencies for over two decades. Our consultants have 50+ years experience engaging families and bring unique insights and perspectives of having lived-experience with their own children.
We hope you will join us for this interactive virtual session!