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…Stress Disorder after Disasters. Epidemiologic Reviews, Volume 27, Issue 1, 1 July 2005, Pages 78-91. Available online at https://academic.oup.com/epirev/article/27/1/78/520813; Madakasira, S., O’Brien, K.F. Acute posttraumatic stress disorder in victims of…
…to address community issues. The social services sector needs streamlined administrative processes, latitude to work outside sector boundaries, and flexible grants in order to continue meeting the growing needs in…
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…businesses, and social enterprises. The demand side consists of buyers and consumers—individuals, businesses, anchor institutions (universities, hospitals, museums, etc.), and the government. David LePage Buy Social Canada “We’re trying to…
…success with interactive, hybrid programs that mix online and in-person interaction (STEM kits, cook-at-home meal kits), programming with an educational purpose (online tutoring) and programs that focused on social interaction…
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…to research, advocate, convene and invest to support the anti-hate and anti-violence work of the coalition. The United for All coalition has made great strides in addressing hate and violence…
…pandemic, the sector responded immediately to growing urgent needs—moving quickly to address things like food security, and safe shelter. But perhaps no surprise to those who work with marginalized communities…
…violent homes, COVID-19 has meant even greater challenges than before—and the threat of even worse outcomes. As a community, we have the tools to address the inequitable impact of COVID-19…