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  • Monday
    24
    February

    How To Design a CBO Capacity-Building Initiative to Meet Demand for Social Services

    Feb 24, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (ET)
    Join The Root Cause Coalition, Collaborative Consulting, and the Marin Community Foundation for this presentation on how to develop capacity building initiatives to meet growing need for social service programs. This webinar will illustrate how a community foundation recognized that nationally emerging trends were also signaling a future at the local level that called for social services to be delivered more effectively, and seized the opportunity to design and implement a multi-year, multi-faceted capacity building initiative to strengthen a local cohort of community-based organizations.

  • Tuesday
    25
    February

    Key Questions for Improving Social Needs Intervention Research

    Feb 25, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET)
    Join SIREN for a moderated discussion with Dawn Alley, PhD, Kamila Mistry, PhD, MPH, and Caroline Fichtenberg, PhD, authors of the recent American Journal of Preventive Medicine article, “ Improving social needs intervention research: Key questions for advancing the field . ” This webinar will highlight key questions facing the field of healthcare-based social interventions research, including gaps related to what works as well as how to implement interventions. Speakers will discuss the most pressing knowledge gaps from federal agencies’ perspectives and how to best fill those gaps.

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