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CSU Basic Needs Training & Resource Center Report 2020

The California State University Basic Needs Training & Resource Center (BNTRC) was an SB 85 funded Innovation project, implemented by CSU Chico’s Center for Healthy Communities (CHC). The ultimate goal of the BNTRC is to elevate and align basic needs programing efforts across the California State University system. The primary outcomes for this SB-85-funded Innovation award BNTRC project include: 1) identifying the basic needs topics that campuses have requested or need, 2) creating web-based intervention training modules for CSU campus staff and interns to address these gaps and needs, 3) pairing these BNTRC modules with available technical assistance support from CHC to ensure proper use and to answer questions, 4) assess the impact and use of these BNTRC resources using a pre-to post study design, 5) disseminating the BNTRC to the CSU campuses for long-term access state-wide.

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