"By working together, we can ensure that all Sonoma County residents have the opportunity for quality education, positive health outcomes and economic wellness."
New Upcoming Trainings!
Upstream Investments is now offering Anti-Racist Results-Based Accountability (AR-RBA) trainings.
- Foundational Anti-Racist Results-Based Accountability dives into AR-RBA's values-centered approach to use data to drive decision making and measure the success of programs and activities. (August 29,10:00 am - 3:00 pm via Zoom)
- Transitional AR-RBA is only for current RBA practitioners. (September 11,10:00 am - 12:30 pm via Zoom)
- Equity in Data Collection demonstrates how and why demographic data is key to anti-racist data culture. (September 26,10:00 am - 12:30 pm via Zoom)
Join us for Virtual Office Hours!
As priorities continue to shift in response to COVID-19, Upstream is here to support. Evidence-informed prevention focused strategies are more important now than ever as our community comes together to strengthen our safety net and implement long-term strategies that will give all residents the opportunity for quality education, positive health outcomes and economic wellness.
During this time Upstream staff are available for virtual coaching to support:
- Program planning and research strategies
- Creating and using logic models
- Evaluation planning and implementation
- Selecting and implementing evidence-based practices
- Upstream Portfolio applications
- Results Based Accountability
Programs that Work
The practices and programs listed on the Upstream Portfolio are proven to positively impact quality of life by improving educational attainment, health equity and economic wellness. Each is designed based on research and evaluated for effectiveness.
Measures of Success
Upstream Investments engages our community to show the positive impacts of collective efforts in improving the lives of all Sonoma County residents.
"The Black Therapy Fund is accepting applications for free mental health counseling in Sonoma County. The fund will provide 230 Sonoma County residents with up to 12 free video counseling sessions with culturally competent therapists."