Tag: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Lessons for an equitable COVID-19 response and recovery

| September 8, 2020
Lessons for an equitable COVID-19 response and recovery

As our country rebuilds after the COVID-19 pandemic, we have an opportunity to reimagine what is possible-from increasing access to child care and affordable homes to prioritizing data in decision-making.

Leaders from Black, Latino, and tribal communities share three lessons that shed light on how we can shape an equitable and just recovery.

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Community Resilience Cookbook – Communities Using ACEs Research – Arizona ACE Consortium Included

| September 17, 2014
Community Resilience Cookbook – Communities Using ACEs Research – Arizona ACE Consortium Included

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is exploring how to create resilience in individuals, families and communities. We know that traumatic childhood events like abuse and neglect can create dangerous levels of stress and derail healthy brain development. We also know that while adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are prevalent, they are not destiny. Well-conceived interventions can […]

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