Wilder Foundation Amherst H

Wilder Foundation Amherst H
Wilder Foundation Amherst H is listed in the Human Services Organizations category in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for Wilder Foundation Amherst H which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Wilder Foundation Amherst H on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Wilder Foundation Amherst H is:
110 Arlington Ave W
Saint Paul, MN 55117
(651) 487-7567

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Wilder Foundation Amherst H has an overall ZapScore of 79. This means that Wilder Foundation Amherst H has a higher ZapScore than 79% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Saint Paul, Minnesota is 40 and in the Human Services Organizations category is 36. Learn more about ZapScore.

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RT @PollenMidwest: Congratulations to 2017 #50over50 Community Builder Paul Robinson! @WilderFdtn twitter.com/RonHarrisMN/st…

RT @MNCompass: MN Compass Proj Dir @AllisonLiuzzi is quoted in this @StarTribune article about ed req to fill MN job skills gap https://t.c…

Join Wilder's mental health team! We are looking for a certified peer support specialist who speaks Hmong or Karen. bit.ly/2ylYpNG

5 Things about youth who have had an incarcerated parent in MN + 3 next steps [blog] bit.ly/2xWYMxW

One recommendation from an evaluation of Minnesota's Safe Harbor law and No Wrong Door model was to increase public awareness and understanding of commercial sexual exploitation. Researcher Laura Schauben shares five key facts you need to know and next steps if you think someone is being sexually exploited.
​People typically think commercial sexual exploitation happens to women brought in from other countries who are locked away in basements being victimized by men they don’t know. In reality, this scenario is one of many. Similarly, while most people are sure commercial sexual exploitation isn’t happe...

Our mental health team is looking for a certified peer specialist who speaks Hmong or Karen. Do you know someone? bit.ly/2yjtlMP

Amherst H. Wilder Foundation added 4 new photos.
Justice, freedom and equality are especially challenging for people of color who also identify as LGBTQA. Activists like CeCe McDonald and Joshua Allen (of the Black Excellence Collective) are bringing attention to issues affecting those living at the intersection of marginal identities with education, advocacy, organizing and speaking out against violence. We were humbled to have them stop at the Wilder Center on their #BlackExcellenceTour to share their personal stories of social justice with us.

We're hiring! Wilder is looking for a certified peer specialist who speaks Hmong or Karen. Details at https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=19235022

Our President and CEO MayKao Y. Hang shares her personal story and hope for the community in this video from Opportunity Saint Paul--check it out!
Please feel free to share this video and discussion questions below with your faith community, friends & family, colleagues, or a wider audience. Discussion ...

“While experiencing a disaster can be traumatic for anyone, children are especially vulnerable to physical and psychological issues such as anxiety or depression.” On the blog, researcher Cheryl Holm-Hansen highlights evaluation results from Camp Noah, a camp offered by Lutheran Social Service of MN that supports children whose communities have been impacted by disaster. Cheryl also shares 3 ways you can help communities affected by natural disasters. #WilderWednesday