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December 2017

Community Engagement – Definitions and Practices in the St. Louis Region

December 15, 2017 @ 3:00 am - 7:00 am CST
Mission: St. Louis, 3108 N Grand Blvd
St. Louis, 63107 United States
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How to Engage Communities in Neighborhood Development? Professionals should never assume anything about a community. This is why engagement is essential to thorough and impactful community development. To ensure the objectives and outcomes of a plan correspond to the needs of the public, the community must be involved throughout the whole process. This involvement raises the question of how to best engage the population, especially those whose challenges are the greatest: youth, people of color and low-income families. It also…

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September 2018

Creating Trauma-Informed Communities

September 26, 2018 @ 4:00 am - 7:00 am CDT
Intersect Arts Center, 3636 Texas Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63118 United States
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Join Rise Community Development to learn more about how you can work toward creating trauma-informed communities. Objectives of this class include helping community development professionals and planners gain an understanding of chronic trauma and toxic stress on individuals.

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December 2018

2018 Rise Holiday Party

December 6, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 1:30 pm CST
Rise, 1627 Washington Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63103 United States
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Celebrate the holiday season with Rise Community Development! Please join us for drinks, appetizers, and great company as we reflect on 2018 and prepare to ring in 2019. Please feel free to bring your significant other or spouse. To RSVP, please get a free ticket at Eventbrite by clicking HERE.

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February 2020

Creating Trauma-Informed Communities: Developing Awareness and Responsiveness to Reduce the Impact of Stress and Trauma on Health and Well-Being in St. Louis Neighborhoods

February 18 @ 4:32 am CST

Trauma is pervasive in society and has a significant impact on productivity within individuals and communities. It is becoming increasingly recognized as a significant factor in a wide range of health, behavioral health, and social problems. Forced displacement, racism, institutional barriers, and victim or witness to extreme personal or interpersonal violence in households and neighborhoods are just a few types of trauma that can adversely impact communities. Join Rise Community Development to learn more about how you can work toward…

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