October is Impactful Student Month
Interested in learning more about how the Center impacts students on campus?
New Training Program Aids Effort to Reduce Overdoses
An NC State specialist certificate program is helping paraprofessionals around the state tackle opioid-use disorder in their communities.
New Publication Examines Programs that Apply Restorative Justice Interventions for Intimate Partner Violence
Another publication is out! Family and Community Approaches to Intimate Partner Violence: Restorative Programs in the United States examines a sample of programs that use restorative justice (RJ) approaches for interpersonal violence (IPV) interventions.
Meet Us Monday: Dr. Sam Cacace
Meet Dr. Sam Cacace! Dr. Cacace is an esteemed research scholar, and heads the Center’s Military and Veteran Health and Wellness Program. Since joining CFACE in October 2018, Dr. Cacace has worked on several veteran advocacy projects. In partnership with the […]
New On-Demand Training!
The NC Addictions Specialist Certificate Program for Paraprofessionals was developed to increase paraprofessionals in the field of addictions. Each month, new on-demand courses are released, which can be applied to North Carolina Addictions Specialist Professional Practice Board certification. The Center […]
Meet us Monday: Jenny King
Meet Jenny King! Jenny has been with CFACE since May 2006, and serves a trainer and training coordinator and sits on the Center’s leadership team. She is responsible for the delivery and completion of various training deliverables, and hosts both […]
Meet Us Mondays: Amber Holland
Meet Amber Holland! Amber is a PhD candidate in the Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media Graduate Program at NC State. In addition to her work at the Center, Amber also teaches interpersonal communication and public speaking courses at the university. […]
CFACE in One Word
Impactful, supportive, innovative: these are just a few words that our graduate student-staff use to describe CFACE and its work within the community. Our student-staff enjoy working for the Center for many reasons, whether it’s affecting people, policy, perceptions, or […]
NC State’s Center for Family and Community Engagement Welcomes New Leadership
Kwesi Craig C. Brookins has been named director of NC State’s Center for Family and Community Engagement, effective Jan. 1, 2021.
CFACE Supports Child Welfare Family Engagement
“It is absolutely critical to strengthen our efforts to listen to the families and youth served by the system and integrate their voices into all aspects of child welfare planning and improvement.” (Administration for Children and Families, 2019) The Center […]