Tackling Poverty In Rural Communities
Imagine a community where every person can decide who they want to be “when they grow up”…a chef, doctor, electrician, entrepreneur, homemaker, lawyer? What would it look like if every child had self-determination? Join us to hear how Weber County, UT is working together on an Intergenerational Poverty Initiative to influence policy and programming to create a community where all children have self-determination. Learn about their systems change focused approach based on what they've determined are the four pillars of self-determination: Health and Well-Being, Access, Resiliency and Dignity through mentors and role models.