Health Equity Series: Screening for Social Need and the Social Determinants of Health

During this webinar, Mary E. Garr, president of Family Service in San Antonio, will share how the organization has evolved to improve the SDOH experienced by its communities. In addition, their approach addresses adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) by adopting the practice of trauma-informed care when working with clients. Key to this initiative is the use of screening for social need, which helps to identify effective interventions sooner.

Free

Introduction to Social Current’s First-Ever Federal Public Policy Agenda

Social Current has released its first-ever federal public policy agenda, which will power our policy and advocacy work for the next two years, as we work to build an equitable society where all people thrive. Join this session to learn about the specific policies Social Current will champion and how you can participate in our collective advocacy work.

Free

Introduction to COA Accreditation

This webinar will provide an introduction to Social Current and COA Accreditation. Participants will gain an understanding of the key concepts that define COA Accreditation, the steps toward becoming accredited, and the benefits of accreditation.

Free

Black Women in Leadership Presents: It’s All Good…But It’s Not!

This webinar series explores the many dimensions of the Black woman in the workplace. During this session, panelists share some experiences around risk taking, courage, and authenticity. Participants will learn strategies for navigating responsibilities that often seem biased and unjust. This session also will discuss how to emphasize your own well-being and self-care.

Free

Maximize Your Social Current Engagement: Knowledge and Insights Center

Experienced librarians and other Social Current staff and partners with subject matter expertise provide professionals in the nonprofit social services sector with timely and useful information solutions. This includes on-demand, 24/7 access to thousands of online knowledge and resource assets, full-text articles, journals and publications, and real-world policies and procedures from social services organizations. Join the Knowledge and Insights Center team for this session. They’ll provide an overview of services, instructions for using the online resources portal, and tips and tricks that make information searches and usage easier.

Free

Introduction to COA Accreditation

This webinar will provide an introduction to Social Current and COA Accreditation. Participants will gain an understanding of the key concepts that define COA Accreditation, the steps toward becoming accredited, and the benefits of accreditation.

Free

rEvolutionary Leadership Minicourse: Transforming for the New Future

Leaders must be able to to navigate complexity, secure buy in, and break down barriers all in a day’s work. This course will address the importance of adaptive change and focus on individual, team, and organizational leadership. Participants will receive guidance in examining and developing their own individual leadership style.

$875 – $1000

Introduction to COA Accreditation

This webinar will provide an introduction to Social Current and COA Accreditation. Participants will gain an understanding of the key concepts that define COA Accreditation, the steps toward becoming accredited, and the benefits of accreditation.

Free

Introduction to COA Accreditation

This webinar will provide an introduction to Social Current and COA Accreditation. Participants will gain an understanding of the key concepts that define COA Accreditation, the steps toward becoming accredited, and the benefits of accreditation.

Free

Intensive Accreditation Training (IAT)

The Intensive Accreditation Training (IAT) is designed to prepare organizations to get the most out of their COA Accreditation experience. It provides an overview of the COA Accreditation process and standards, tips on how to manage the work, and advice for preparing for the site visit.

$400

Volunteer Appreciation Reception

Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor 401 West Pratt St., Baltimore, MD

We could not do what we do without our COA Accreditation volunteers. All active COA Accreditation volunteers are invited to join us as we gather and celebrate all that you do. Catch up with colleagues, share site visit stories from the road, and get ready for the start of SPARK 2022. There will be food, prizes, and a host of swag – so you will not want to miss this event.

Free

Implicit Bias Workshop

Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor 401 West Pratt St., Baltimore, MD

This interactive workshop will help participants build their understanding of how implicit bias operates at the individual and organizational levels, along with a variety of strategies for addressing bias and building inclusive habits and practices.

$195 – $255