Dr. Toni Irving presents her thoughts on the challenges of ensuring acutely at-risk youth receive proper treatment and dosage at the 2018 Building Stronger Systems for Youth Symposium. Watch the rest of her talk here.
This post originally appeared in The Chronicle of Social Change on July 19, 2018. You wouldn’t bring in a brain surgeon to treat a head cold, nor would you make a nutritionist singularly responsible for [...]
Philanthropy provides an opportunity to connect people with effective services to improve their lives. While philanthropic work generally centers on supporting programs at community-based organizations (CBOs), foundations also have a role to play in [...]
Get IN Chicago’s mission is to identify, fund and rigorously evaluate evidence-based programs that lead to a sustainable reduction in violence for individuals and communities most a ected by violence and poverty. View a [...]
Our youth in Chicago are a bellwether for our city as a whole. Their high unemployment rates reflect our need for workforce development; their truancy is an extension of our under, and inequitable, funding [...]
by 3p Contributor on Friday, Mar 10th, 2017 By Toni Irving, Ph.D. Every year, thousands of employees at companies across the country admirably set aside a day or even a week for community service [...]