Trauma-Informed Care and Trauma Healing

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Study Document

Short Overview of Study Presented in the Morning Session at 5/18/17 Summit on Trauma & Resilience

In-Depth PowerPoint Presented at Afternoon Breakout Session

Table Comparing Models

Note: The study and slides refer to organizations and communities integrating trauma-informed care. This is NOT a study of trauma treatment models.

Breakout Session Co-Facilitators

Alyssa Snyder, Montgomery County Behavioral Health

Monica Stefanik, Bucks County Behavioral Health

Presenters:

Minna Davis, Laurel House

Jess Fenchel, Access Services

Lt. Robert Greenaway, Norristown Police Dept.

Sandra Bloom, M.D., shared slides from a recent presentation on Community Collaboration as an example of best practices for organizations working together to change their communities. 

This Continuum of Sophistication helps to explain the scope of efforts needed to become a trauma informed care community.

The Health Federation of Philadelphia is excited to launch the Mobilizing Action for Resilient Communities (MARC) Program. MARC brings together 14 communities with well-established, multi-sector networks committed to building resilience and addressing early childhood adversity through an explicit application of the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) science, language and data. Each network hasd succeeded in raising awareness of the significant impact ACEs have on children, families and communities - even society as a whole - and is poised to expand its groundbreaking work.

 

Trauma-Informed Communities, Trauma-Responsive Services
Sandra L. Bloom, M.D.
Dornsife School of Public Health, Drexel University

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