Voice and Choice: Centering People and Communities

What does it take to successfully create spaces where people feel seen and heard? What does it look like in practice to implement a people-centered approach to programs and services?

Watch this webinar to learn how four different nonprofit organizations are taking a trauma-responsive and people-centered approach to service delivery. In this FPWA Member Share Out, representatives from NMIC’s Domestic Violence Project, Forestdale, Inc., Graham and Mekong NYC will walk us through successes and challenges in developing, implementing, and evaluating policies, practices and programs that center the people and communities they serve by honoring voice and choice.

Watch Now: Voice and Choice: Centering People and Communities

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