The Alliance for Strong Families and Communities is now accepting proposals to present at the 2016 Alliance National Conference, to be held Oct. 19-21 in Los Angeles. This year, choose from several new formats and more than 50 requested topics. Share your raddest tricks, your strategies for overcoming the riptides, and maybe even tales of your wipeouts.
In an opinion column that appears in Youth Today and Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, Susan Dreyfus, president and CEO of the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities, praises actions taken by President Barack Obama and lawmakers to end solitary confinement among young people in the justice system, and especially their use of brain science to inform their decisions. … more
As a social impact organization, you work to build strong communities every day, and this year presents a unique and important opportunity to encourage local residents to participate in the election.
The Alliance for Strong Families and Communities invites all members to participate in AllianceVotes 2016, its campaign to support the member network in increasing voter participation and engagement in this year’s election activities, regardless of political or party affiliation.
In 2008, the Alliance became the first national nonprofit membership association to gain accreditation. In 2012, the organization was re-accredited. The Alliance, along with several other organizations, also helped found the Council on Accreditation in 1977.