Dr. Rebecca Ford-Paz Speaks with Univision about WOW program

Last week, Dr. Rebecca Ford-Paz spoke with Univision following a panel presentation hosted by Youth Guidance discussing a newly published paper she co-authored entitled, WOW: A Participatory Formative Evaluation of a Community Developed Intervention. The event highlighted the community-academic partnership CCR participated in that worked to build the WOW program research readiness.

CCR Supports New School Safety Campaign

CCR, Lurie Children's, and local mental health advocates joined Brandon Dasent, a survivor of the Parkland shooting, and VOYCE leaders as they launched a campaign called Rethinking Safety. It calls for more behavioral and mental health support for students through grant programs, more investments in school-based clinics and evidence-based research to document the school-to-prison pipeline.

Dr. Tali Raviv Discusses Gender-Based Violence on WBEZ's Morning Shift


CCR Associate Director Dr. Tali Raviv, joined WBEZ's Morning Shift for a conversation on how to best support survivors of sexual abuse and destigmatize gender-based violence, especially among young people.