Strategies 2.0 Regional Learning Community
CFS Executive Director, Lisa Fraser, is the designated Strategies 2.0 Learning Community Facilitator for the Southern California (SoCal) region.
Strategies 2.0 is a collaborative partnership that supports the professionalization of California’s family strengthening field. Learn more at http://strategiesca.org
Throughout the year the learning community convenes to build the capacity of the regional participants to lead the development of strong, healthy, connected communities in order to support families and prevent child abuse and neglect.
A learning community is
an innovative approach to peer learning
for the family strengthening field.
The learning community is designed to connect members and allies of the child abuse prevention field, and facilitate a more collaborative and consistent prevention dialogue throughout the state.
- Interactive convenings across the region
- Consultation services
Learn more about services and enroll for convenings, trainings and webinars HERE!
2018 regional convening dates:
May 23, 2018. Riverside County. Remote and online participation available. ENROLL HERE!
June 21, 2018. Los Angeles County. Remote and online participation available.
2017 regional convening topics:
Thursday December 7, 2017. Building Community Engagement into Your Family Strengthening Collaboration.
Presenters: Community engagement specialists from Safe Long Beach – a Citywide violence prevention plan adopted by Long Beach City Council which addresses a broad safety agenda aimed at reducing all forms of violence, including domestic abuse, child abuse, elder abuse, hate crimes, bullying, gang violence, and violent crime. Safe Long Beach Report Card .
Tuesday September 26, 2017. Engaging Uncommon Partners Towards a Common Purpose: how multi-disciplinary collaboration can champion child and family wellbeing.
Presenter: Anne Light M.D., Medical Director for Orange County Social Services Agency and founding partner of the WE CAN Coalition, a county-wide collaboration to collectively address the intersecting needs of children, families and communities touched by abuse. WE CAN Overview. WE CAN Summary.