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Our Vision is Simple.

Empowering Sustainable Independence.

Our Mission is Clear.

In partnership with the community, we provide education and supportive services to residents of Santa Barbara County resulting in improved economic security and self-sufficiency.

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Repost from Community Action Partnership National Office:

Starting in August, Census Bureau workers will visit households that havent yet completed their census. Here are 5 ways to confirm that the person at your door is an official Census employee!

If youd like to avoid an in-person visit, complete your census online, over the phone, or on the paper form that was mailed to your house as soon as possible. Visit my2020census.gov 

#2020Census #CommunityActionCountsImage attachment

Repost from Community Action Partnership National Office:

Starting in August, Census Bureau workers will visit households that haven't yet completed their census. Here are 5 ways to confirm that the person at your door is an official Census employee!

If you'd like to avoid an in-person visit, complete your census online, over the phone, or on the paper form that was mailed to your house as soon as possible. Visit my2020census.gov

#2020Census #CommunityActionCounts
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Join our Community Services director, Kemba Lawrence, as she and her colleagues explore “The State of the African American Community in Santa Barbara County” today from 6 - 8 PM. Zoom meeting ID: 945-5246-1269; Link: ucsb.zoom.us/j/94552461269
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Repost @juneteenthsb:
What’s the dialogue on Black Health in times of COVID-19? We will find out Thursday, July 30 from 6-8pm at the Virtual Town Hall Meeting with special thanks to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee who has brought community experts together and we can’t wait. Check the flyer for details!

Join our Community Services director, Kemba Lawrence, as she and her colleagues explore “The State of the African American Community in Santa Barbara County” today from 6 - 8 PM. Zoom meeting ID: 945-5246-1269; Link: ucsb.zoom.us/j/94552461269
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Repost @juneteenthsb:
What’s the dialogue on Black Health in times of COVID-19? We will find out Thursday, July 30 from 6-8pm at the Virtual Town Hall Meeting with special thanks to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee who has brought community experts together and we can’t wait. Check the flyer for details!
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Yay Kemba! This is so great!

Go Kemba!!!

On Thursday, July 30th, from 3 to 4:30 PM, PsychAlive will be offering a free webinar on strategies for discussing race, racial discrimination, and racial trauma with youth.

Research has indicated that youth experience racism, prejudice, and bias as early as preschool. For many, their interpersonal experiences of racism, prejudice and bias can be quite disorienting, and can influence functioning, particularly for youth who have experienced other traumas.

In this 90-minute webinar attendees will have the opportunity to reflect on their experiences and feelings related to current events (e.g., the death of George Floyd and others by law enforcement)and learn strategies for navigating discussions specific to race, experiences of discrimination, and racial trauma with youth. Through open dialogue and interactive facilitation, participants will have an opportunity for exploratory dialogue within a safe environment.

Register here: https://www.psychalive.org/pl_resources/strategies-for-discussing-race-racial-discrimination-racial-trauma-with-youth-in-2020/

Submit questions to the presenters info@blackmentalwellness.com

On Thursday, July 30th, from 3 to 4:30 PM, PsychAlive will be offering a free webinar on strategies for discussing race, racial discrimination, and racial trauma with youth.

Research has indicated that youth experience racism, prejudice, and bias as early as preschool. For many, their interpersonal experiences of racism, prejudice and bias can be quite disorienting, and can influence functioning, particularly for youth who have experienced other traumas.

In this 90-minute webinar attendees will have the opportunity to reflect on their experiences and feelings related to current events (e.g., the death of George Floyd and others by law enforcement)and learn strategies for navigating discussions specific to race, experiences of discrimination, and racial trauma with youth. Through open dialogue and interactive facilitation, participants will have an opportunity for exploratory dialogue within a safe environment.

Register here: www.psychalive.org/pl_resources/strategies-for-discussing-race-racial-discrimination-racial-traum...

Submit questions to the presenters info@blackmentalwellness.com
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Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County
Stay safe and take the #2020Census from the comfort of your home! You can complete yours online, by phone or by mail.

Manténgase sano y realice el censo desde la comodidad de su hogar! Puede completar el suyo en línea, por teléfono o por correo.

Visit www.my2020census.gov or call 844-330-2020.  #ICount #CensusSBC #BeCounted  @ Santa Barbara, CaliforniaImage attachment

Stay safe and take the #2020Census from the comfort of your home! You can complete yours online, by phone or by mail.

Manténgase sano y realice el censo desde la comodidad de su hogar! Puede completar el suyo en línea, por teléfono o por correo.

Visit www.my2020census.gov or call 844-330-2020. #ICount #censussbc #BeCounted @ Santa Barbara, California
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