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Prevention Institute Prevention Institute aligns strategy, policy and networks of organizations to build health, foster equity and prevent injury in communities across the US

Prevention Institute is a national non-profit that aligns strategy, policy and networks of organizations to build health, foster equity and prevent injury in areas where people live, work, learn and play. We work with communities, government, and foundations to design primary prevention strategies that save lives and money in communities across the country.

After puberty, most males disengage from the health care system. We need policies, programs and leadership related to yo...
12/07/2021
Policy

After puberty, most males disengage from the health care system. We need policies, programs and leadership related to young men’s health at the federal and state levels. Partnership for Male Youth explores this in their new report: https://www.partnershipformaleyouth.org/policy.html

Missing in Action: A Review of State, Federal and International Sources of Information on Men's Health December 2021 There is strong evidence of a paucity of policies, programs and leadership related...

PI's Rachel A. Davis co-authored this blog, "How Community Organizations and Health Departments Can Partner to Advance H...
10/19/2021
How Community Organizations and Health Departments Can Partner to Advance Health Justice | Bill of Health

PI's Rachel A. Davis co-authored this blog, "How Community Organizations and Health Departments Can Partner to Advance Health Justice," with Sarah de Guia and Kiran S. about a project our organizations (ChangeLab Solutions, California Pan-Ethnic Health Network, and Prevention Institute) completed on equitable #COVIDー19 recovery with support from The California Wellness Foundation and Blue Shield of California Foundation. The blog explains how CBO's stepped up in support of the communities they serve during the #pandemic and how important it is for governments to invest in CBO's and create longer-term opportunities to build relationships with them.

During the pandemic, community-based organizations filled many gaps by delivering services that local governments could not provide.

🗣 Calling all base-building groups! People, Parks, and Power is a new $7M funding opportunity for power building & local...
10/15/2021

🗣 Calling all base-building groups! People, Parks, and Power is a new $7M funding opportunity for power building & local policy advocacy to advance #ParkEquity and #RacialJustice. Prevention Institute is now offering technical assistance for prospective applicants through November 1st. Learn more at: https://lnkd.in/g7xS3kdt

Funding for this project is provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.

🗣 Calling all base-building groups! People, Parks, and Power is a new $7M funding opportunity for power building & local policy advocacy to advance #ParkEquity and #RacialJustice. Prevention Institute is now offering technical assistance for prospective applicants through November 1st. Learn more at: https://lnkd.in/g7xS3kdt

Funding for this project is provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.

The Youth Voices for Change Summit is a FREE half-day, virtual gathering that showcases youth & young advocates as they ...
10/14/2021

The Youth Voices for Change Summit is a FREE half-day, virtual gathering that showcases youth & young advocates as they speak on the importance of justice, healing, and connection for mental wellbeing. Youth (11-24y/o) who #JointheYVFCSummit also win a FREE e-gift card for lunch! https://whova.com/portal/registration/ymmco_202108/

The Youth Voices for Change Summit is a FREE half-day, virtual gathering that showcases youth & young advocates as they speak on the importance of justice, healing, and connection for mental wellbeing. Youth (11-24y/o) who #JointheYVFCSummit also win a FREE e-gift card for lunch! https://whova.com/portal/registration/ymmco_202108/

At a time when we are all navigating increasing challenges to our mental wellbeing, the Young Minds Matter conference, h...
10/12/2021

At a time when we are all navigating increasing challenges to our mental wellbeing, the Young Minds Matter conference, hosted by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, is an opportunity for people around the country to learn from community-driven approaches in support of children and youth of color.

This year, the Young Minds Matter conference is sharing local strategies with a spotlight on collaborative efforts in the greater Houston area and across Texas with culturally rich and justice-grounded approaches.

Register now: https://lnkd.in/eB9NBRXU

#YMM2021 #YouthVoicesforChange #MentalHealth

At a time when we are all navigating increasing challenges to our mental wellbeing, the Young Minds Matter conference, hosted by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, is an opportunity for people around the country to learn from community-driven approaches in support of children and youth of color.

This year, the Young Minds Matter conference is sharing local strategies with a spotlight on collaborative efforts in the greater Houston area and across Texas with culturally rich and justice-grounded approaches.

Register now: https://lnkd.in/eB9NBRXU

#YMM2021 #YouthVoicesforChange #MentalHealth

It was almost a year ago today that PI’s Elva Yanez, as a former California State Park and Recreation Commissioner, alon...
10/07/2021

It was almost a year ago today that PI’s Elva Yanez, as a former California State Park and Recreation Commissioner, along with her fellow Commissioner, Ernest Chung, lauded California State Parks for its plan to identify and act on discriminatory and dehumanizing names on parks in our October 2020 article that appeared in CalMatters.

This week, the California State Park and Recreation Commission took an important first step in its Re-examining Our Past initiative by renaming Patrick's Point State Park in Humboldt County. To honor the Yurok Tribe and Indigenous people who have and continue to steward the land, the park will be renamed Sue-meg State Park. Prevention Institute applauds the Commission, the Office of the California Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Natural Resources Agency for this historic milestone.

We honor the Yurok tribe for their advocacy for racial justice and renaming Sue-meg State Park! Read Elva’s full statement about why the renaming of this park is an important step:

https://us17.campaign-archive.com/?u=5f4bf5a36bd9f72789255d49a&id=af29183b59

It was almost a year ago today that PI’s Elva Yanez, as a former California State Park and Recreation Commissioner, along with her fellow Commissioner, Ernest Chung, lauded California State Parks for its plan to identify and act on discriminatory and dehumanizing names on parks in our October 2020 article that appeared in CalMatters.

This week, the California State Park and Recreation Commission took an important first step in its Re-examining Our Past initiative by renaming Patrick's Point State Park in Humboldt County. To honor the Yurok Tribe and Indigenous people who have and continue to steward the land, the park will be renamed Sue-meg State Park. Prevention Institute applauds the Commission, the Office of the California Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Natural Resources Agency for this historic milestone.

We honor the Yurok tribe for their advocacy for racial justice and renaming Sue-meg State Park! Read Elva’s full statement about why the renaming of this park is an important step:

https://us17.campaign-archive.com/?u=5f4bf5a36bd9f72789255d49a&id=af29183b59

Attend Building Bridges to Healthy & Resilient Communities Nov. 2-4Learn how school-based health care is key to improvin...
10/01/2021
2021 School Health Conference | California School-Based Health Alliance

Attend Building Bridges to Healthy & Resilient Communities Nov. 2-4

Learn how school-based health care is key to improving learning and health equity for California’s children and youth. See details and register: bit.ly/CSHAconference.

2021 School Health Conference Home > About Us > 2021 School Health Conference Sign up for our newsletter to get the latest updates on our conference! Our 2021 virtual statewide school health conference – Building Bridges to Healthy & Resilient Communities – will be held online November 2-4, 2021...

In case you missed the People, Parks, and Power (P3) applicant webinar this week, check out the recording to learn more ...
10/01/2021
People, Parks, and Power Applicant Webinar, 9/29/21

In case you missed the People, Parks, and Power (P3) applicant webinar this week, check out the recording to learn more about the $7M Call for Proposals and how to apply: https://lnkd.in/g3KAJtr2.

P3 will support community-based organizations and base-building groups working to advance park and green space equity in urban, low-income communities of color through local policy and systems change. P3 is a joint effort of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, led and managed by Prevention Institute.

This webinar describes the People, Parks, and Power (P3) Call for Proposals and how to apply for the P3 funding opportunity. Letters of Intent are due by Nov...

PI's Manal J. Aboelata recently responded to the Los Angeles Times piece, "‘We may lose this.’ Despair over gentrificati...
10/01/2021
Column: 'We may lose this.' Despair over gentrification reaches new depths in South L.A.

PI's Manal J. Aboelata recently responded to the Los Angeles Times piece, "‘We may lose this.’ Despair over gentrification reaches new depths in South L.A.”. The article, which touches on the housing crisis in Los Angeles, highlights voices of longtime Black residents in South Los Angeles who fear being displaced due to haphazard and unaccountable overdevelopment.

In her response to the piece, Manal writes:

"Since 2016, L.A. County voters have approved a series of tax measures to make the area more livable.

The lion’s share of those revenues should be reinvested in South L.A. — where the need is greatest — to build and maintain public parks (Measure A, 2016), create free and affordable transit options (Measure M, 2016), clean and capture scarce rainwater (Measure W, 2018) and erect very affordable housing (Measure H, 2017).

Government leaders need to set down the terms so developers have predictability. That any new housing built in South L.A. would bring only 10% affordable units is unacceptable at this point in time."

https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2021-09-24/post-covid-gentrification-fears-hit-new-high-south-la

Sky-high housing prices, two new zoning laws and the sale of Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza could be a tipping point for historically Black neighborhoods.

What is the Young Minds Matter Conference? Listen to this episode of the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health’s podcast for...
09/28/2021

What is the Young Minds Matter Conference? Listen to this episode of the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health’s podcast for a behind-the-scenes look at the 2019 Young Minds Matter (YMM) Conference, held in Houston, TX:

https://hogg.utexas.edu/podcast-young-minds-matter?utm_content=81c27d78e15cf9d16747304f76add9a4&utm_campaign=MHH%2011%2F16%2F19&utm_source=Robly.com&utm_medium=email

The theme for the 2019 YMM Conference was “Communities Connecting for Well-Being.” Three unique and powerful voices from the conference were featured: Marlon Lizama, a Houston spoken-word artist and co-founder of Iconoclast Artists; Dr. Howard Pinderhughes, chair of the Department of Social and Behavioral Science at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF); and Dr. Nia West-Bey, a senior policy analyst with the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP).”

Stay tuned for more information regarding this year’s 2021 Virtual YMM! Learn more about the conference on our website here:

https://preventioninstitute.org/event/young-minds-matter-healing-justice-and-connection-mental-wellbeing

What is the Young Minds Matter Conference? Listen to this episode of the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health’s podcast for a behind-the-scenes look at the 2019 Young Minds Matter (YMM) Conference, held in Houston, TX:

https://hogg.utexas.edu/podcast-young-minds-matter?utm_content=81c27d78e15cf9d16747304f76add9a4&utm_campaign=MHH%2011%2F16%2F19&utm_source=Robly.com&utm_medium=email

The theme for the 2019 YMM Conference was “Communities Connecting for Well-Being.” Three unique and powerful voices from the conference were featured: Marlon Lizama, a Houston spoken-word artist and co-founder of Iconoclast Artists; Dr. Howard Pinderhughes, chair of the Department of Social and Behavioral Science at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF); and Dr. Nia West-Bey, a senior policy analyst with the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP).”

Stay tuned for more information regarding this year’s 2021 Virtual YMM! Learn more about the conference on our website here:

https://preventioninstitute.org/event/young-minds-matter-healing-justice-and-connection-mental-wellbeing

How do we transform neighborhood conditions and expand access to resources that enable us to live healthy lives and thri...
09/22/2021
SJLI Equity Conference

How do we transform neighborhood conditions and expand access to resources that enable us to live healthy lives and thrive?

This will be up for discussion in the Health Equity: Building Thriving Communities breakout session at the Social Justice Learning Institute (@mySJLI) 2021 Summer of Equity Conference, which will be held virtually and in-person from 9 am to 5:30 pm on Thursday, September 30th at Los Angeles Trade Tech College’s new state-of-the-art culinary facility.

Join Manal J. Aboelata, MPH, Deputy Executive Director of Prevention Institute; Dipa Shah-Patel, MPH, RD Director of the County of Los Angeles Public Health; Heather Fenney Alexander, Co-Executive Director of Community Services Unlimited; and Maria Quintanilla, CSU Market Manager for this brainstorming session moderated by Nicole Steele, Health Equity Programs Director at SJLI - Social Justice Learning Institute.

Get tickets here: https://www.classy.org/event/sjli-equity-conference/e336424

About the Event Join us on Thursday, September 30th at the new state of the art culinary facility at Los Angeles Trade Tech College from 9:00AM - 5:30PM!  We’re gathering some of the greatest minds in our communities for an action-oriented Equity Conference, where we’ll strategize and...

On Thursday, October 21 from 8 AM – 4 PM PT and Saturday, October 23 from 8 AM – 11 AM PT, join the Hogg Foundation for ...
09/22/2021
Prevention Institute on LinkedIn: #mentalhealth #racialjustice #scoialconnection

On Thursday, October 21 from 8 AM – 4 PM PT and Saturday, October 23 from 8 AM – 11 AM PT, join the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health and PI virtually for the annual Young Minds Matter conference to connect with others through art, community-building, and healing activities to strengthen and improve the mental health and wellbeing of families in the greater Houston area and across Texas.

During our conference you will:

- Describe ”upstream” community approaches that can strengthen community healing, connection, and justice.

- Engage in candid and productive discussions about how structural inequities and racism impact the mental wellbeing of children and youth of color.

- Demonstrate the power of engaging historically excluded groups (people of color, individuals and families experiencing financial challenges, mental health challenges, etc.) in all aspects of multisector, collaborative work.

- Identify barriers and strategies to lift up the voices of youth and residents as the decision-makers and leaders of their community.

*Please note that this year’s YMM conference will take place on Whova, an online platform.

On Thursday, October 21 from 8 AM – 4 PM PT and Saturday, October 23 from 8 AM – 11 AM PT, join the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health and PI virtually ...

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation are launching a joint i...
09/15/2021

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation are launching a joint initiative – People, Parks, and Power (P3) – led and managed by Prevention Institute. Through this new initiative, $7 million in funding is available for community-based organizations and base-building groups working to build community power and advance park equity through local policy and systems change in urban areas across the U.S. You can learn more about the P3 initiative, the funding opportunity, and how to submit your letter of interest on our website.

https://preventioninstitute.org/projects/people-parks-and-power

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation are launching a joint initiative – People, Parks, and Power (P3) – led and managed by Prevention Institute. Through this new initiative, $7 million in funding is available for community-based organizations and base-building groups working to build community power and advance park equity through local policy and systems change in urban areas across the U.S. You can learn more about the P3 initiative, the funding opportunity, and how to submit your letter of interest on our website.

https://preventioninstitute.org/projects/people-parks-and-power

An equitable recovery is one that prioritizes racially just, community-led solutions to reverse the underlying inequitie...
09/09/2021

An equitable recovery is one that prioritizes racially just, community-led solutions to reverse the underlying inequities that have generated disparities in COVID-19 case and death rates. And we have the opportunity to achieve that.

But almost 18 months into this public health crisis, BIPOC communities across California still face unjust economic impacts and the highest COVID-19 case rates.

A new report from Prevention Institute, the California Pan-Ethnic Health Network, and ChangeLab Solutions shares recommendations for how California policymakers can make structural changes and partner with community-based organizations to support a more equitable recovery.

Read the report: https://preventioninstitute.org/publications/how-california%E2%80%99s-community-based-organizations-filled-gaps-underserved-communities

An equitable recovery is one that prioritizes racially just, community-led solutions to reverse the underlying inequities that have generated disparities in COVID-19 case and death rates. And we have the opportunity to achieve that.

But almost 18 months into this public health crisis, BIPOC communities across California still face unjust economic impacts and the highest COVID-19 case rates.

A new report from Prevention Institute, the California Pan-Ethnic Health Network, and ChangeLab Solutions shares recommendations for how California policymakers can make structural changes and partner with community-based organizations to support a more equitable recovery.

Read the report: https://preventioninstitute.org/publications/how-california%E2%80%99s-community-based-organizations-filled-gaps-underserved-communities

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At Prevention Institute, we're committed to advancing quality, primary prevention -- policy and environmental changes that support health, in the first place. Quality prevention means: - Advancing solutions Rooted in Community Wisdom—the combined knowledge, assets, and skills of community members which is the foundation for a stronger, healthier community environment and successful, sustainable prevention efforts. - Pursuing Comprehensive Action to solve complex problems and achieve far-reaching gains in health and safety. Applies a layered framework of mutually supportive community prevention strategies to improve social and physical environments. - Taking Two Steps to Prevention, tracing a pathway from medical concerns to the community conditions, norms, and root factors leading to poor health and inequality in the first place. Finds community solutions supporting prevention and wellness for everyone. Promoting Norms That Support Equity, Health, and Safety. Norms are "behavior shapers," levers for effective prevention. Altering policy is a vital tipping factor for changing norms, leading to supportive behavior and improved health and safety. Encouraging Interdisciplinary Partnerships to help break down silos; synthesize and integrate knowledge, perspectives, and tools across disciplines; and construct shared comprehensive solutions. Catalyzing Innovative Strategies and Analysis that change community-wide systems and foster a new way of thinking where prevention is primary.

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FREE WEBINARS: Join PI, UCLA Center for Occupational and Environmental Health - COEH and UCLA Center for Healthy Climate Solutions for the Park Equity, Life Expectancy, and Power Building Two-Part Webinar Series to learn more about PI’s new Park Advocacy Toolkit to push for park equity. The toolkit was developed through research focused on LA County and provides information and insights applicable to communities across the U.S. Webinar 1: Join us on Wednesday, November 18 to learn more about our life expectancy predictive model research process, methodology, findings, and possible replication. Webinar 2: Join us on Thursday, December 10 to learn more about policy advocacy action and power building for park equity. Register here: www.bit.ly/ParkEquityNow
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I'd like to share a rather unusual free resource...parenting tips bumper stickers. Advancing Parenting, a Camarillo CA nonprofit organization, produces parenting tips bumper stickers and makes them available at no cost to schools, organizations, agencies, clinics, businesses, and individuals. There are fifty-one in a set and each one communicates a parenting behavior or practice generally recognized as supporting the healthy development of children. Just one will be read thousands of times! Bumper stickers are a unique and powerful way to educate everyone about parenting. At stoplights drivers and passengers point, smile, and nod. Conversations start up and often a phone is used to take a pic of the sticker right at the stoplight. Presumably, they are being shared on social media. It's wonderful to see! Sets of the stickers can be put in holders and placed on counters and tables so folks can select one or more for their cars. Visit www.advancingparenting.org to order this free resource. Use a computer...our website is not optimized for phones. Please share.
I'd like to share a rather unusual free resource...parenting tips bumper stickers. Advancing Parenting, a Camarillo CA nonprofit organization, produces parenting tips bumper stickers and makes them available at no cost to schools, organizations, agencies, clinics, businesses, and individuals. There are fifty-one in a set and each one communicates a parenting behavior or practice generally recognized as supporting the healthy development of children. Just one will be read thousands of times! Bumper stickers are a unique and powerful way to educate everyone about parenting. At stoplights drivers and passengers point, smile, and nod. Conversations start up and often a phone is used to take a pic of the sticker right at the stoplight. Presumably, they are being shared on social media. It's wonderful to see! Sets of the stickers can be put in holders and placed on counters and tables so folks can select one or more for their cars. Visit www.advancingparenting.org to order this free resource. Use a computer...our website is not optimized for phones.
Over the next year, the Los Angeles County Chief Sustainability Office is developing a Climate Vulnerability Assessment (CVA) to learn more about the region's physical and social vulnerabilities to climate change. The CVA will guide climate adaptation and resilience efforts such as policies and programs related to public health, emergency preparedness, land use planning, and community involvement. Join The Conversation - RSVP HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kickoff-workshop-los-angeles-climate-vulnerability-assessment-tickets-121467678095 Use your voice to help shape the LA County CVA!
March 25th 2020 Press Release Your Vacuum Cleaner Could Be a COVID-19 Coronavirus Super Spreader! The Federal Government experts and doctors on the news do a great job of explaining how to take important precautions such as washing your hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds, using anti-bacterial hand sanitizer, keeping hard surfaces clean and sanitized while staying away from crowds of more than 10 people in a room. However the news and infectious disease health experts never think of explaining to the people in charge the importance of keeping indoor environments in homes and buildings clean and safe by explaining in detail that poorly sealed vacuum cleaners should be without question a huge concern because they can and will become SUPER SPREADERS of the COVID-19 Coronavirus when used to vacuum clean unknown or known contaminated areas and are then used to clean carpeting and surfaces in other homes and buildings that have not been contaminated. Most brands and models of vacuum cleaners are without question poorly sealed at both the units filters and the case itself causing them to spew dust, bacteria, mold spores and viruses back into the air while operating to contaminate every surface in the areas being vacuumed, the people working in these now contaminated areas and the person or people doing the cleaning. This also goes for most brands of highly marketed and sold HEPA filtered vacuum cleaners because they have been proven by laser particle and smoke testing that they are all to often, also poorly sealed. Anyone that has to dust the furniture and countertops after vacuuming should know that they are now operating a COVID-19 Coronavirus Super Spreader. It is important to know that when a COVID-19 infected person sneezes or coughs into the air, the live virus infected mucus that hits the carpeting will bind into and live in the carpet dust for 3-10 days or more, just waiting for a poorly sealed vacuum cleaner to spread the virus impregnated dust to contaminate many others in multiple areas that will be vacuumed next. This could include different homes by housekeepers or office spaces by cleaning services. A simple test that anyone can do to see if their vacuum cleaner may be a COVID-19 Super Spreader is to place their running partially dust filled vacuum cleaner into a beam of sunlight coming through a window. If the vacuum cleaner is not properly sealed you will easily see tens of thousands of dust particles spewing into the beam of sunlight. The only residential / commercial vacuum cleaner we have tested to be totally sealed at both the HEPA filter and the case itself that can pass a laser particle test over and over again when loaded with dust at 99.97 percent of efficiency at .03 microns of particle size (Which Is 1 third of one micron of size) is the (Made In The USA) Air Storm HEPA Vacuum Cleaner that is made to Military Specs where absolutely no dust will escape from this vacuum cleaner while operating! This makes the Air Storm HEPA vacuum cleaner the best choice for the best chance to avoid the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus while vacuuming. We can’t 100 percent guarantee that the Air Storm will absolutely stop the virus from getting through it without further testing that we would like to see. However we do truly feel that since the virus binds into the dust being vacuumed and no dust escapes from this vacuum cleaner while the vacuuming is being done, the Air Storm its without question the best choice to utilize when cleaning homes and office spaces during and after this COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic! Especially when comparing the 100 percent sealed to Military specs Air Storm HEPA vacuum cleaner to the many extremely, poorly sealed vacuum cleaners now being used every day to clean with while actually contaminating populated areas while the quickly on the move forward COVID-19 Coronavirus has already actively infected hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. Family’s, housekeepers, cleaning services and the people having their homes and office spaces cleaned will all greatly benefit when a truly sealed HEPA vacuum cleaner is being used! For more information on the 100 percent sealed to Military Specs Air Storm HEPA vacuum cleaner see the website at https://www.aircleaners.com/residential-commerical-hepa-vacuum-cleaners/ Or Call 1-888-578-7324
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Earth and Arbor day 2018 with a Health, Safety and Environmental community fair. And both McGruff and Sparky arrive via air to support the Kids Boxing Against Crime activity! https://www.facebook.com/ivpress/videos/10156125864624985/
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The CLEVER ACTION LDA (Portugal) is developing a new medical nebulizer named CACHEGRIP. The R&D TEAM OF CACHEGRIP project asks for comments, opinions and collaboration. The CACHEGRIP is a new self-portable (SCARF) medical nebulizer, regulable and programmable remotely by the Doctor, to administrate therapeutic solutions (provided by pharmaceutical companies exclusively), in ambulatory regimen, for treatment and prevention of respiratory and allergic diseases, keeping the patient PERMANENTLY RELIEVED OF AGGRESSIVE SYMPTOMATOLOGY, without need to intervene, isolate or change his daily life. We do this campaign to generate a “DEMANDE FORCE to induce the pharmaceutical companies to perform PARTNERSHIPS for its development. ADOPTS THE CACHEGRIP, stating your Opinion and LIKE at page: www.facebook.com/Cachegrip-1854962898167005
My name is David Dooley. I run a small nonprofit in Bakersfield, CA called Advancing Parenting. We are pioneering a new approach to parenting education that reaches everyone, everywhere, all the time. Specifically, we place fifty concise and unambiguous parenting tips in public spaces, including but not limited to windows of stores, offices, restaurants, automobiles, and billboards. This, in an effort to elevate the quality of parenting, reduce ACES (adverse childhood experiences), and improve educational outcomes for children. Visit our website, advancingparenting.org to see examples and the complete list of parenting tips. The purpose of this post is simply fyi. Contact us if you would like more information or if you would like to order sets of the fifty parenting tips bumper stickers for waiting room displays or to give away at events. Parenting tips bumper stickers will be read 1000s of times by 1000s of people of all ages. We call this approach proactive, passive/public parenting education. Thank you.