Wraparound Webinar | Effectively Engaging and Empowering Emerging Adults in your Community

The next Wraparound Ohio webinar session, presented by OhioMHAS and the Center for Innovative Practices, will identify and explore unique strategies for “Effectively engaging and Empowering Emerging Adults in your Community,” presented by Angela Lariviere,

The webinar session was held Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 10:30 a.m. (EST)

View Webinar: https://cwru.webex.com/cwru/ldr.php?RCID=2d242770b3c0ee25ffd7852c089f9159


This was the second of two webinars presented by Ms. Lariviere, The previous webinar, entitled Understanding Emerging Adults Who Have Experienced Complex Trauma, Poverty, and/or Homelessness, was held in January and can be viewed below.

View January webinar: Click here

Angela Lariviere | About the Presenter
Angela grew up homeless and transitional.  She has been married to her husband for 25 years.  She and her husband have 2 biological children and 2 adopted children. They have also fostered and housed an additional 23 children over the years.  She attended Otterbein College.Angela Lariviere

In 1997 she used her life experience to  create the Youth Empowerment Program to give disconnected cross-systems youth a voice. YEP unites youth for social change by addressing the root causes of poverty. In addition to YEP Angela works with schools, churches, and community organizations to facilitate poverty awareness, policy, and service activities.

She has volunteered at the Homeless Families Foundation for 20 years and volunteers as the Director of Outreach for The Hope and Liberation Coalition to addresses the issue of Human Trafficking.  She currently contracts as the Director of YouthMOVE Ohio , which gives cross-sytem youth a voice in state and local systems.

Angela has worked for Kitsap County Schools, Kitsap County Community Action Agency, the Ohio Governors Community Service Council, Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio, The Ohio State University College of Education Department of Human Development, and NAMI Ohio.  She also was selected for a youth leadership position in the Clinton Administration to develop community service opportunities and was given a Diversity Fellowship from the Kellogg Foundation to connect youth in poverty to leadership opportunities.  In 2002 she was given the Bishop Bernadine Award as the National Catholic Youth Leader of the year.