July 14, 2021 – This is the second webinar in a series that explores the science of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Toxic Stress.
Parental Resilience for Service Provider
Evidence shows that parents who are able to effectively cope with life’s stresses develop resilience – the inner strength to be able to bounce back when things are not going well. This ability to deal with life’s ups and downs serves as a model of coping for their children. Parents are their model.
Most parents have connections that they have created or inner strengths that they may not know they could be using. These inner strengths and/or connections serve as a foundation for building their strong resilience. Inner strengths and connections may include but are not limited to one’s faith, a sense of humor, a supportive relative, being flexible, patience, etc. Parental resilience guides parents on how best to respond to their child/ren, when life gets tough.
It’s everywhere, and yet, do we know how to talk to our kids about racial violence, police brutality, and racial injustice?
Breastfeeding and Support for New Parents in Hawaii. Nest For Families provides a network for local parents to connect with other families to get support for breastfeeding and any of the struggles new parents face. Get texts and phone calls to help you through your first years as a parent.
Tips and information to help raise happy and healthy children at different stages of their development. Child development milestones
What should I do if someone
is being abused or neglected? This tip sheet will provide you with more information about what child abuse and neglect is and what to do if you or a friend isn’t safe.
Action sheets to help strengthen families by promoting the five protective factors for your clients and families.
Creating safe and nurturing environments for families are essential to healthy families.
Resources for Families During the Pandemic. Tips and information for families to help their children going through COVID.
Early Learning Programs Including Home Visiting. These documents were created for providers to support building family engagement in their programs. They are focused on building healthy relationships.
ʻOhana Engagement resources designed to strengthen the ʻOhana and ʻOhana Engagement Professional. OHAna Resources – activities to help the ʻohana flourish
Oct 6, 13, 20; 2020 – Basic Domestic Violence Training for Staff who Encounter Domestic Violence
(808)832-3100 – Oahu
All Islands, Toll Free
1(800)985-5990 Multilingual COVID-19 Emotional Distress
If you or a loved one is feeling anxious, has a crisis, thinking of suicide, or need access to mental health or substance use treatment, experiencing distress related to COVID-19 & other disasters, help is available. Visit Hawaii CARES.
Domestic Violence Action Center Help Lines
Call (808)531-3771 – Oahu
Call 1(800)690-6200 – Toll Free
If it is an emergency, please call 911. Domestic Violence Action Center provides information on ways to get help & answers to questions about domestic violence.
Call Monday -Friday 8am-5pm