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LEARNING

Webinars


Implementing TIC into Organizational Culture and Practice (SFDPH)


Source:

Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc. (CHCS)

Audience:

General


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This 90-minute webinar highlights strategies for implementing trauma-informed organizational practices across large health systems.

What Does It Take To Become A Trauma-Informed Child Welfare System


Source:

National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)

Audience:

Child Welfare


About:

This webinar, sponsored by the Child Welfare League of America (CWLA) and the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN), describes the CTISP-DI project, the community assessment process with the supercommunities, and specific trauma-informed changes that have been implemented in the Rhode Island and Florida supercommunities.

Training Guides & Curricula


Creating Trauma-Informed Child Welfare Systems: A Guide for Administrators (2nd Edition)


Source:

Chadwick Trauma-Informed Systems Project

Audience:

Child Welfare


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This 15-chapter guide is full of valuable information on what trauma-informed child welfare looks like across most aspects of the overall system. It is targeted to administrators and anyone who works with children and families involved in the child welfare system.

Trauma Informed & Trauma-Responsive Organizations and Systems


Source:

Safe Hands Thinking Minds

Audience:

General


About:

This website offers creative resources for professionals working with child trauma, as well as recommended websites and links around trauma-informed organizations, systems, and practice

Implementation Tools and Guides


Guide to reviewing existing policies


Source:

Trauma Informed Oregon

Audience:

General


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This document discusses ways to help organizations review a specific policy about service exclusion through a trauma informed lens.


Trauma Informed Care Screening Tool


Source:

Trauma Informed Oregon

Audience:

General


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The trauma informed care screening tool outlines four developmental phases organizations navigate on their way to being trauma informed. Each phase is defined, and questions are posed to help an organization determine how each phase has looked for them, what they might like to work on, and how to measure change.

Standards of Practice for Trauma Informed Care


Source:

Trauma Informed Oregon

Audience:

General


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This document describes that Standards of Practice for Trauma-Informed Care in Oregon and is intended to provide benchmarks for planning and monitoring progress. This tool is meant to be used by multiple teams throughout an organization

Organizational Considerations In Becoming Trauma Informed: First Steps 2017


Source:

Missouri Trauma Roundtable through the Department of Mental Health

Audience:

General


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This succinct document outlines key considerations for organizations interested in becoming trauma informed, including organizational readiness, leadership, and strategic planning. It also outlines steps towards effective organizational change.

THRIVE Guide to Trauma-Informed Organizational Development


Source:

Trauma Informed Oregon

Audience:

General


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This guide is designed to help agencies develop strategies to create and enhance trauma-informed system of care service approaches. The guide goes through stages of implementation, domains of trauma informed care (e.g., safety, youth and family empowerment), and technical assistance resources.