This free workshop, facilitated by Nancy Breton, MPH, will dive into a strengths-based approach to community planning with a focus on asset mapping.
Nancy Breton, MPH currently works as the Sexual Violence Prevention Program Evaluator with the New Mexico Department of Health, where she engages with various stakeholders to ensure state-funded middle and high school sexual violence prevention education programs are impactful and sustainable in improving behavior norms around sexual violence. She has used an asset mapping-based approach to work with those who identify as and work with the New Mexico indigenous population, as she noticed that previous approaches to indigenous health did not put the strengths and expertise within this population at the center. Asset mapping is a vital tool that empowers communities to identify and utilize the resources they regularly see as a means to respond to various challenges and connect unconnected opportunities. In doing so, health improvement and community development highlights strengths and minimizes internal and external stigma.
Please join us as Nancy leads this interactive workshop, and find out how you can apply asset mapping to your work!
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