Training tomorrow, 5/18. This national, online discussion is the second in a multi-part series that focuses on eliminating factors that contribute to racism and childhood trauma.
This one-day conference will feature highly qualified, credentialed national experts addressing some of the most innovative and relevant topics in child abuse and trauma.
Volunteers needed for study to examine resilience among African American Women (Born to African American parents in the United States) who have experienced childhood sexual abuse.
Trauma-informed care can be defined as services and supports that are informed by a deep understanding of what trauma is.
Improving school climate supports the well-being of our children.