PW! Update 4-28-2020
Washington State Department of Health
The Stay Home, Stay Healthy interventions are working and have helped to slow the spread of COVID-19. This week the governor described his vision for safely reopening the state. Because of the successes our collective efforts have had, it is likely that the governor may soon loosen some of the restrictions around elective surgeries, outdoor recreation, and some construction.
But, it is important to make sure that a loosening of the Stay home, Stay Healthy order does not cause more people to be infected with COVID-19 or die of the disease. Read more here... Slowly coming back
Stress, Resilience, and the Role of Science: Responding to the Coronavirus Pandemic- by Jack P. Shonkoff, M.D. Developing Child Harvard University
The COVID-19 pandemic has the capacity to affect every person in the world—and how each individual responds can potentially affect everyone else. In addition to the efforts of courageous health care providers, first responders, and a wide range of workers providing other vital services, countless numbers of selfless individuals are leaping into action to meet the rapidly changing needs of people most affected by the economic, social, and health impacts of this crisis. We at the Center on the Developing Child especially wish to honor and support the extraordinary efforts of our colleagues across the early childhood community who are working tirelessly to assure the continuing availability of essential services while focusing public attention on the many challenges facing families with young children. Read more here....
The position is a VISTA Resiliency Learning and Outreach Coordinator with the United Way of Clallam County.
The position would be providing service with The Clallam Resilience Project, which is a collaborative, community-wide effort to foster a resilient Clallam County, including its residents, organizations, community, and systems. Our work is supported by the United Way of Clallam County and includes partnerships with school districts, tribes, state and Clallam County agencies, health care networks, and local, private non-profit organizations. Our mission is to build resilience through fostering trauma sensitive care and expanding the understanding of NEAR sciences (Neuroscience, Epigenetics, Adverse Childhood Experiences, and Resilience) for the benefit of Clallam County. The position will design and strengthen outreach and capacity building for our project and partners to support the building of resilience through fostering trauma sensitive care.
One can see the posting at https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=95272&fromSearch=true. Or interested parties can contact Minnie Whalen at email@example.com.
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