Ways to learn, elevate and spread LIT in our community

Dr. King once said, “Life's most persistent and urgent question is: 'What are you doing for others?

Go to the list of resources for ways to learn, elevate and spread LIT (Love, Inclusion, Trust) in our Community

Youth and Family Services urges residents to spread the word

Did you know that HYFS has a list of resources available for residents experiencing a variety of issues including Emotional Health, Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence, Parental Stress, Food Insecurity, Unemployment and Financial Assistance?

Share this HYFS Resource list with your neighbors, family and friends, for example on your neighborhood email group or facebook page. You can't always tell from the outside who needs help, sharing may save a life.

Counseling and Therapy Resource

Hopkinton Youth & Family Services contracts with Interface Referral Helpline for therapy referrals. This service was started for Hopkinton residents in August of 2019. There are therapy resources available based on race, gender, religious preference, LGBTQ, gender, etc.

Building Inclusive Communities - A Health Equity Guidebook

The core of public health is creating the conditions for all people to be as healthy as possible.

Transformative Justice Training Resources

Resources from the Jane Doe Transformative Justice training regarding incidents of sexual violence held virtually in November 2020

Implicit Bias Test

Implicit Bias tools offered by various institutions to test your own bias.

Anti-Racism Resources

A list of videos, books, articles and sites to help learn more about race issues and micro-aggressions.

Scaffolded Anti-Racism Resources
A working document source for scaffolding anti-racism resources. The goal is to facilitate growth for white folks to become allies, and eventually accomplices for anti-racist work. These resources have been ordered in an attempt to make them more accessible. We will continue to add resources. UPDATED 06/12/20

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