Trauma-Informed Care & Resiliency

17Oct, 2014

Creating Trauma-Informed Child Welfare Systems: A Guide For Administrators

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This comprehensive guide explores how childhood traumatic stress impacts children, how this traumatic stress has shaped the culture of the child welfare system and how evidence based treatments and practices are often part of an effective trauma informed system of care.

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14Oct, 2014

Seven Essential Ingredients for Implementation of Trauma Informed Care

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This work is a collection of the seven core principles of Trauma Informed Care implementation from SaintA. These principles include understanding the prevalence of adverse experiences and the outcomes of these traumas.

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8Oct, 2014

Preventing Child Maltreatment Through the Promotion of Safe, Stable and Nurturing Relationships Between Children and Caregivers

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Childhood maltreatment (CM) is harm, potential for harm or a threat to harm via an act of either commission (abuse, threat) or omission (neglect). Studies have shown that children under the age of three are at the greatest risk with the most common problem being neglect. In this document, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) describes a plan to prevent childhood maltreatment by promoting safe, stable and nurturing relationships (SSNR).

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25Sep, 2014

Fostering Futures’ Guiding Principles of TIC

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Fostering Futures is built upon several guiding principles that will guide all work in developing, adopting and implementing TIC promising practices. These principles are interrelated and work together.

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14Sep, 2014

Creating Trauma-Informed & Developmentally Appropriate Systems of Care in Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention

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This resource, designed for child abuse and neglect prevention organizations, establishes guidance on how to become a trauma informed organization. Using the core values as identified by Fallot and Harris, the resource provides guiding principles to be used in the design and implementation of developmentally appropriate child- and family-serving organizations.

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14Jan, 2014

The Three Pillars of Trauma-Informed Care

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This short work by Psychologist Howard Bath enumerates his three pillars of successful outcomes for children who have experienced trauma.

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