The following newsletters were produced by the Beck Institute on Religion and Poverty.
- Explore the direct impact in the community. The following newsletters are for programs that serve the post-incarcerated.
- The Beck Institute Newsletters
- Living Well for Domestic Violence Survivors - Newsletter
- 2015 saw the introduction of the Sanctuary Model ® to program our curriculum infusing our programs with a unifying language and concepts for coping and recovery from trauma.
- A 3 year grant to support building an institute for replication to support people in transition from an anonymous funder, with other supportive contributions contributing to furthering this effort. Please see the 2015 Newsletter for more information.
- Report for 2014-2015 Capacity Building Grant from an Anonymous Funder updated the interim report of summer 2014 for 18 cycles of the Life Skills Empowerment Programs (LSEP) for people in transition.
- Academic Highlights: Notable achievements for all programs each year are due to our talented and committed Beck team of capacity builders, including GSS MSW and PhD students.
- The ongoing developments for our faith-based community programs for the post-incarcerated, survivors of intimate partner violence, veterans and homeless has been possible because of our community collaborators: Catholic Charities, Xavier Mission, Reformed Church of Bronxville, Riverside Church, Metro-Baptist Church, Interfaith Assembly for Housing and Homelessness and the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship-Poughkeepsie.
- Fall 2015 continues the development of new Restorative Life Practice Programs in NYC, Westchester, and the Hudson Valley. Please contact Dr. Anita Lightburn at 914-367-3436 or email us at email@example.com for information on how to develop programs.
- “Our Daily Bread” documentary film is available for screening events. For more information see the film clip.