Resilient Communities, Schools, and Families Projects

Community-centered transformation

RESILIENT COMMUNITIES, SCHOOLS, AND FAMILIES PROJECT

Strengthening pilina between school, community, and ‘ohana
Mental Health
Trauma-informed responses to the mental health needs of students
Enhanced Learning
Interactive Learning
Holistic Community Partnerships
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School Communities
Building strong pilina between students, staff, 'ohana and community are important to build up a thriving community. "Be the village!”
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BUILDING RESILIENT SCHOOL COMMUNITIES

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Schools better equipped to serve students’ diverse needs through trauma informed care & social emotional learning supports

STRENGTHENING RESILIENCE

Community-based providers engage in family strengthening activities and connection to support services and resources.

COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

Integration of Community Schools principles and school-wide transformation & activation

OUR PARTNERS & COLLABORATORS

Papa Ola Lokahi
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Hawaii Afterschool Alliance Logo
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OUR MOʻOLELO - OUR STORY

OUR STORY

The RCSF project launched in 2021 as a collective effort from diverse community organizations.

BEGINNINGS

With initial local and federal funding, partner organizations – led by Ceeds of Peace – began services and supports for five pilot schools.

OUR IMPACT

The long-term goal of the Resilient Communities, Schools and Families project is to build long-term resilience, well-being and community abundance.

Our "future" is taught in these establishments that are the center of the community. Building strong pilina between students, staff, 'ohana and community are important to build up a thriving community. "Be the village!”
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Dawn Rego-Yee
RCSF Project Director

OUR VISION IN MOTION

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Strengthen students social emotional Learning and resilience skills

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Teachers, staff, parents and community build capacity in trauma response training and coaching

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Students and families receive direct, culture and ʻohana strengthening support through Hā Ola: ʻOhana Resilience Program

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Schools Integration Community Schools Model into school design, ʻohana engagement and academic plans

Supported through SEL mini grants, American School Counselor Association certification, and professional development in trauma-informed practice

Hā Ola: ‘Ohana Resilience Program to support families with developing ʻOhana Resilience Plans with ʻOhana Navigators coordinating across Community Health Centers and Community-based Organizations

Hiring and supporting Community Schools Coordinators at partner schools to promote holistic wrap-around supports for students and families