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Posted Jun 26 by Cybele
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CLEAR Trauma Center, Washington State University Full Record
The CLEAR (Collaborative Learning for Educational Achievement and Resiliency) Trauma Center will be established in cooperation with public health, mental health, and national partners. The center will...
Village for Families and Children Inc., Collaborative Trauma Center Full Record
The Collaborative Trauma Center will expand treatment options in the Village for Families & Children, Inc.’s multisite outpatient behavioral health clinic, and will enhance trauma-informed practices a...
Trauma and Grief Clinic for Youth: Promoting Community-Wide Best Practices, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Full Record
The Trauma and Grief Clinic for Youth: Promoting Community-Wide Best Practices—in partnership with community partners throughout Houston and Detroit—will: 1) build community consensus; 2) provide trai...
The Tennessee Network of Trauma-Informed and Evidence-Based System, University of Tennessee Health Science Center Full Record
The Tennessee Network of Trauma-Informed and Evidence-Based Systems (TN-TIES) project will increase access and improve services to youth in foster care who have experienced trauma. Evidence-based, tra...
Adolescent Trauma Training Center, University of Southern California Full Record
The University of Southern California Adolescent Trauma Training Center (USC-ATTC) will train clinicians and disseminate information throughout the United States on the assessment and treatment of tra...
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