C4 joins Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley and Educators of Excellence in sponsoring a sold-out, one-night only screening of “Paper Tigers” by director James Redford on Thursday, May 4 from 5:30–7:45 PM at Regal Fenway Stadium 13 & RPX in Boston, MA. A discussion and Q&A session will follow the film, featuring teachers advocating for […]
April 2017—Laura Winn, Associate, is presenting at the 2017 National Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit in Atlanta, GA. She is part of a panel about “Prevention for Youth, by Youth” on Wednesday, April 19 from 3:15-4:30 pm.
Winn and Justin Luke Riley from Young People in Recovery will share preliminary results from Project Amp, […]
April 2017—C4 leadership and staff are presenting at the 2017 National Council for Behavioral Health conference in Seattle, WA.
Jeff Olivet, CEO, and Marc Dones, Associate of Equity Initiatives & Diversity, are presenting a TED-Style Talk about “A House Divided No More: Six Steps to End Racial Inequity in Housing & Homelessness” on Monday, April 3 […]
March 2017—C4 leadership and staff are participating in “Recovery Housing Briefing: Effectiveness, Challenges and Opportunities” on March 22 in the U.S. Capitol Visitor’s Center (Washington, DC). Recovery housing offers sober, safe, and healthy living environments and plays a critical role in the community fabric of housing and recovery support services.
The conference is hosted by the […]
March 2017–t3 (think. teach. transform.) announces the latest release of the TICOMETER©, a tool that measures the degree to which an organization is engaged in trauma-informed practices. It evaluates an organization’s needs and progress in implementing trauma-informed care and ensuring its sustainability. It is the first psychometrically-validated instrument that measures the levels of trauma-informed care […]
March 2017—African Americans are more likely to become homeless than people of other racial or ethnic backgrounds in Syracuse, NY and across the country. During its January Point-in-Time Count, the Housing and Homeless Coalition of Central New York found more than half of the 440 people experiencing homelessness in Onondaga County were racial and ethnic […]
February 2017—C4 leadership and staff are participating in the 2017 National Conference on Ending Family and Youth Homelessness from February 23-24 in Houston, TX.
t3, C4’s innovative training initiative, is exhibiting throughout the conference. t3 brings skills and knowledge to the human services workforce serving the most vulnerable populations, including people who have experienced homelessness, trauma, […]
February 2017—Jonathan Cox, Senior Associate, is presenting during a training for permanent supportive housing staff in Georgia on February 20 and 21. He is presenting sessions on “Client Centered Services in Housing First.”
The Center for Social Innovation promotes best practices that improve the lives of marginalized and vulnerable people. We focus on complex public health […]
January 2017—Erika Simon, Senior Multimedia Producer, is presenting during the “Promising Futures: Inaugural Peer to Peer Exchange” conference in Reston, VA from January 25-26.
She is presenting a session on “Storytelling for Impact” from 1-2:30 pm on Wednesday, January 25. She will discuss reasons for telling stories, audiences, what makes a good story and a good […]
January 2017–In 2017, the Center for Social Innovation (C4) is celebrating our 10 year anniversary–a decade of promoting best practices that improve the lives of marginalized and vulnerable people.
Join us in reflecting on the research, training, technology, and products we developed over the last 10 years to help individuals, agencies, and communities deepen impact […]