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Posted Jun 26 by Cybele
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In Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice Roundtable: Current Issues and New Directions in Creating Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice Systems Full Record
Part of the collection of Briefs written by experts invited to the NCTSN Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice Roundtable, address topics essential to creating trauma-informed Juvenile Justice Systems. The...
NCTSN Resources in Response to Tornadoes Full Record
The NCTSN has resources designed to support children and families after experiencing a tornado. After the Tornado: Helping Young Children Heal Parent Guidelines for Helping Children aft...
Child Welfare Trauma Training Toolkit 2nd Edition Full Record
The Child Welfare Trauma Training course assists those in the field of child welfare who wish to learn more about child welfare and trauma. The backbone of the course is the newly released second edit...
Helping Heroes Full Record
A new online training course is now offered by the National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center and the Medical University of South Carolina. Helping Heroes is a 9-hour training course for me...
Birth Parents with Trauma Histories and the Child Welfare System: Resources for Court Appointed Special Advocates and Guardians ad Litem Full Record
This fact sheet is part of the The Birth Parent Subcommittee of the Child Welfare Committee series highlighting the importance of understanding the serious consequences that trauma histories can have ...
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