Report

Creating Resident Led Governance Structures

Documentation of an exchange between two Making Connections sites regarding ideas and emerging lessons about creating community governing boards and committees led by residents.

Published August 11, 2004

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Casey Connects: Winter 2002

This issue of Casey Connects tells how the Foundation is ramping up efforts to help low-income families succeed. Smaller stories include a note of recognition page, a conference spotlight and a look at how one county in Oregon is making fairer detention decisions in the wake of Casey-led juvenile justice reforms.   

Published December 22, 2002

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Casey Connects: Summer 2002

This issue of Casey Connects uses KIDS COUNT Data Book statistics to examine how American families are faring in the wake of welfare reform. A second story spotlights a Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative site that has successfully written race and ethnicity out of the detention decision equation. Smaller stories highlight Casey-celebrated movers and shakers, the importance of cultural competence in connecting workers to jobs and lessons from the Foundation’s Rebuilding Communities Initiative.

Published June 20, 2002

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Report

Learning from the Journey

This paper is intended to reflect  and capture the lessons learned in the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Rebuilding Communities Initiative, a seven-year initiative launched in 1994 to provide support to help transform troubled, destitute neighborhoods into safe, supportive and productive environments for children and their families.

Published February 24, 2002

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Casey Connects: Summer 2001

This issue of Casey Connects spotlights transitions. It unveils three new Foundation initiatives breaking fresh ground and highlights the racially impactful, Oscar-nominated film Legacy, revealing a family’s transformation in ghetto Chicago after the murder of their shining star son. 

Published June 1, 2001

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