From January-March 2021, MRBN hosted Community Conversations in Maine's nine Public Health Districts. Nearly 500 people participated in facilitated conversations about Youth Mattering. Two overarching themes emerged: Safe Spaces & Small Acts. 

Click here to read Building a Culture for Community Resilience: Safe Spaces & Small Acts.

 

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May 03, 2021 11:13 AM Maureen O’Brien (Administrator)

WE INVITE YOU TO READ THE THOUGHT LEADER ROUNDTABLE SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS. CLICK HERE. 

MRBN convened Thought Leader Roundtables on Cultivating Mattering for Maine Youth on December 3 and 9, 2020. The Thought Leaders included state government leaders, educators and educational administrators, business leaders, representatives of philanthropic organizations, health providers, advocates for priority populations, and subject matter experts. The full list of Thought Leaders is provided at the end of this report. Thought Leaders engaged in rich conversation on Cultivating Mattering for Maine Youth, supplemented by active engagement by participants in the webinar chat section. In all, more than 170 people participated.


     

  WE INVITE YOU TO READ THE PAPER & JOIN THE CONVERSATION

  Click here to read Cultivating Mattering For Maine Youth.

     White Paper Authored by MRBN Executive Director Kini-Ana Tinkham, BA, RN 

     Spring 2020

                                                                                                                           Mattering Children's Booklist

Looking for more resources to help children feel like they matter? Check out MRBN's Mattering Booklist for suggested reading for children of all ages.

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