2017-2018 Annual Report
Date: May 2018
Publication Type: Annual & Financial Reports
Page Count: 18
Much of our work is informed by brain science and the phenomenon of resilience, so much so that we’ve started referring to 2018 as The Year of Resilience. Resilience develops when children (and adults!) face intense challenges while buﬀered from toxic stress through supportive and stable relationships. We also see the phenomenon in systems themselves. With persistence over time, supportive partnerships, and clear-eyed focus on outcomes, we will continue to build momentum for our children and their families.