Meeting up to Dismantle the Cradle to Prison Pipeline in Massachusetts A Half Day Summit of Community-Faith and Po

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Bunch 1: End Child Poverty. Objectives. End Child Poverty. Structure a multi-area coalition (for expanded correspondence

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Meeting up to Dismantle the Cradle to Prison Pipeline in Massachusetts A Half Day Summit of Community-Faith and Policy Leaders Recommendations from Small Group Strategy Sessions

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Group 1: End Child Poverty

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End Child Poverty Goals Form a multi-segment coalition (for expanded correspondence & objective mindfulness among all associations) which would work to build concentrate on destitution and recidivism anticipation in the accompanying ranges: A. CORI change B. Partner (counting funders) learning of destitution issues, impacts, and treatment by outsiders C. Reaction to psychological wellness mind issues D. Access to evenhanded assets E. Increment instruction endeavors about accessible assets and projects to enhance life conditions for the poor

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End Child Poverty Resources Utilize neighborhood colleges and understudies for: A. Mentoring B. Coaching C. Supporting for the understudies they work with Develop programs with neighborhood law requirement to teach wrongdoers (particularly adolescent) of the assets accessible Increase grass attaches endeavors to work with government associations, establishments, and non-benefits to expand promotion for poor people. (Keep the weight to change on the individuals who can get it going)

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End Child Poverty Action Train understudies in wellbeing, instruction, criminal equity, and so forth programs on social affectability to financial differences Advocate for rearranging and streamlining open help necessities and process Mandate meeting medicinal services needs when rejected from jail, e.g. giving meds till they can be provided by MassHealth Inmate training programs: A. social insurance accessible B. budgetary motivating forces for bosses contracting people out of jail C. security protection accessible to managers contracting people out of jail Recommendations for activity

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Group 2: End Child Poverty

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End Child Poverty Goals I: Economic/Job related Creation of more employments Shorten the work week Support private companies in nearby groups Forming financial cooperatives Housing II: Education/Child and Human Development related Early adolescence mediation/child rearing Addressing/recuperating mental injury III : Legal System related CORI Reform

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End Child Poverty Resources I. Monetary/Job related  Workers arranging/work relations Internships CORI –friendly employments Using enrollment contribution (through occupations held) and retirement assets to serve Massachusetts people group II. Instruction/Child and Human Development Training – home possession/understanding funds, media and innovation Leadership openings Connections to tip top organizations/colleges Partnerships with schools III. Lodging to be secured Legal Reform Voters/residents to contact officials Alternate intercessions through projects tending to youthful medication clients, and so on… Transportation wellbeing (i.e. mbta travel)

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End Child Poverty Resources III. Lawful System related Housing to be secured Legal Reform Voters/nationals to contact officials Alternate intercessions through projects tending to youthful medication clients, and so forth… Transportation wellbeing (i.e. mbta travel)

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End Child Poverty Actions Follow up sessions –sharing information Relationships Commitment to a particular venture Create scenes for more youth and guardians required in progressing discussions

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Group 3: End Child Poverty

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End Child Poverty Goals We concentrated on training of the youngster and family as the road to diminish adolescence neediness. Ingrain trust, dreams and a dream in families and youngsters; battle learned weakness. An uncommon accentuation on men and fathers. Change the attitude of instructors and those working with children - educators and advisors require higher desires for children, need to develop them. Increment quality correspondence inside families and between the group

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End Child Poverty Resources People here Best practices inside associations spoke to in this room

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End Child Poverty Actions Bringing together a coalition of various individuals - expanded correspondence amongst organizations and individuals in the group. Utilize and gather stories - need to convey these issues through convincing accounts Build connections and relationship-building abilities - concentrate on balanced discussions, interface individuals to each other Linking individuals that are here

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Group 4: Ensure Health and Mental Health Coverage for Every Child

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Ensure Health and Mental Health Care for Every Child Goals Create instruction administrations for families on the most proficient method to get to administrations: utilize cards, discover a supplier must be geologically open, non-scaring connected with neighborhood substances Increase part of group based wellbeing administrations & school based wellbeing focuses

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Ensure Health and Mental Health Care for Every Child Resources Role Models for Healthy Behavior Students in schools of higher ed Peers at school Health and Mental Health Providers Example: Healthy Families

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Ensure Health and Mental Health Care for Every Child Actions Reform against harassing enactment to be treatment-arranged and not concentrated on criminalizing kids Increase motivators to work with nearby group elements Ensure socially equipped suppliers who know about the group

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Group 5: Ensure Health and Mental Health Coverage for Every Child

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Ensure Health and Mental Health Care for Every Child Access Barriers Cultural/etymological boundaries to family looking for assistance from standard human services assets Parental information/decision about mediations Lack of trust as well as falsehood Afraid to advocate/shrouded dangers (living circumstance, undocumented, aggressive behavior at home, and so on.) Economic obstructions (lose work/work, no transportation, no co-pay $) Program staff/instructors/essential care clinicians need acknowledgment aptitudes for emotional wellness needs

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Goals Ensure Health and Mental Health Care for Every Child Increase general level of side effect acknowledgment and psychological well-being mindfulness Youth and family open approach changes Increase access to aversion exercises

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Ensure Health and Mental Health Care for Every Child Resources Mayor's office (e.g. Boston) Faith people group Youth serving organizations/schools/pre-schools Mental wellbeing and essential care suppliers Family individuals/advocates

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Ensure Health and Mental Health Care for Every Child Actions Launch youngster psychological wellness mindfulness crusades for Family individuals/parental figures Health mind suppliers Teachers Agency staff (i.e. adolescent equity) Target judges and post trial agents to occupy youth to MH versus JJ programs Facilitate and screen nearness of connections to PCP's inside JJ

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Actions Ensure Health and Mental Health Care for Every Child Ask "what is your need" inside chapel assemblage Promote all around accessible aversion programs (i.e. group expressions) Meet with administrators to advocate for strategy changes (i.e. youthful grown-up CORI enactment, paid debilitated days for relatives) Meet with senator's office to advocate for program development (i.e. tutoring)

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Group 6: Provide High Quality Early Childhood Development for All

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Provide High Quality Early Childhood Development Programs for All Goals Stop framework from locking up our kids Home going to Outreach specialists Sense of character Bringing thoughts and setting objectives for guardians Stopping names – wording of reports from negative to positive Adequate, protected, authorized tyke mind offices Schools assuming liability Change open approach Urban state funded schools reformatory Harlem Baby Project Replication Sense of pride in personality outside of neg. models Home-going by projects and effort programs Overwhelming administration Schools and lodging look like penitentiaries

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Provide High Quality Early Childhood Development Programs for All Resources We can all be teachers City Year Programs for ladies in prison Systems for Positive Behavioral Support Aid to imprisoned moms Committee of companions, family, and relatives The general population Book about going by of youthful kids Positive behavioral bolster exists in a few states in schools Aid to detained moms – lost $ , re-set up heading to visits and coaching

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Provide High Quality Early Childhood Development Programs for All Actions Banning zero resilience approaches Supporting kids while moms are away Rehabilitation for moms and fathers who are in jail Setting up a cradle for both sides (guardians and kids) Keeping moms in groups

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Provide High Quality Early Childhood Development Programs for All Actions Change way MC clinicians compose - dialect is imperative Ban zero resistance strategies in schools/hold for savagery Bring projects to mothers in jail and keep association amongst parent and youngster Re-build up help to detained moms Recreate summit at City Year; Follow-up with center individuals that work with children

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Group 7: Provide High Quality Early Childhood Development for All

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Provide High Quality Early Childhood Development Programs for All Goals Develop frameworks of joint effort Find interfacing focuses, expansive electorate development (incorporate exchange gatherings and business) Identify what's happening believe it or not. Occupy 1% of spending plan to preventive projects Start an open battle Focus bunches Find something that reverberates with individuals who are disengaged from viciousness as a regular reality Use facebook as a backing device Come up with an answer arranged message – locate the correct dialect Re-outline the issue: Make it positive What youngsters and youth merit – a general public that trusts and regards them.

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Provide High Quality Early Childhood Development Programs for All Resources Study: re: cost to society of a youngster detained ($135K - $500K/lifetime cost for each youngster who isn

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