Health, Wellbeing, and Cultural Safety Policy – Overview and Implementation
The components of the plan are Cultural Safety, Giving and Receiving Feedback, Learning Community, Health and Wellbeing, and Code of Conduct. The Center’s plan to create an intentionally connected and collaborative community. This policy focuses on how we treat ourselves and each other and how that relates to creating an innovative, culturally safe, and well space. Learn about this policy and how it can be brought to your site to support wellness and safety.
Facilitator: Cori Jara
Cori is the Program Manager for the McKinleyville Family Resources Center’s Elevate Youth: On the Verge leadership development program. This program brings together a group of transitional age youth (aged 21-26) who are BIPOC, Queer, and/or Disabled and combines project work with leadership development. This cohort is tasked with working on a local project that prevents substance use disorder in youth. Cori is a trainer of Racial Equity and is passionate about social justice. She’s also the McKinleyville Family Resource Center staff librarian.
Outside of the office, you’ll find Cori reading, writing, crafting, snuggling with her cat, or playing in the water on summer days.