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Newly Released - Opportunity Youth and Postsecondary Pathways Reports

As part of CCRP's efforts to amplify the voices of Opportunity Youth in Del Norte and Tribal Lands (DNATL), Humboldt, and the North Coast Region, we present two essential reports. The first report focuses on data enhancement, addressing the rate of disconnection from school and work in DNATL for young people ages 16-24. The second report emphasizes postsecondary pathways available for Native American youth in our community. 

To read/download the full reports go to the webpages linked below:

Opportunity Youth - Year One Findings (2022)

Postsecondary Pathways in the North Coast (2023)

Join Redwood Region RISE's Monthly Collaborative Zoom Meeting!

About: Our Region's "California Jobs First" (formerly CERF) efforts
 Thursday, November 30, 2023
Time: From 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Location: Zoom
Cadence: Every last Thursday of the month

Our monthly Collaborative meetings are open to the public and take place every last Thursday of the month from 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. During these monthly gatherings on Zoom, our Voting Members discuss prominent issues and take key decisions. The other members of our Collaborative and the broader public are highly encouraged to join in, as these meetings are a wonderful way for to stay informed on Redwood Region RISE's progress, receive (research) updates, and other information. We value your input, feedback, and questions. Join us and learn more about the amazing economic development work that is taking place in our Region!

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Newly Released - California's Rural North: Health Equity Landscape Scan

CCRP's new report California's Rural North: Health Equity Landscape Scan has been released. It covers CCRP's ongoing collaboration with the Rural Association of Northern California Health Officers (RANCHO) and provides a snapshot of where the 11-county region is at around topics related to health equity. 

To read/download the full report go to the report's webpage linked below

Health Equity Landscape Scan

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