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During February, Black History Month serves as a time to honor the achievements and contributions of African Americans. Beyond the significant political milestones marked by Barack Obama as the first […]...
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Supervisors across human service settings face many challenges in a changing and dynamic system of care. As the key interface between organizational policies and practices...
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Join the Journey. Deepen your understanding and expand your trauma-informed lens and work. Search here for resources, including articles about credible practices, brochures, video clips, and more.
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Interested in finding training, support, consultation, or partnerships? Search the Organizational Directory for organizations in your region delivering services, support, data collection, or an innovative perspective. We’re here to help one another.
Not sure where to begin? Consider using the Trauma-Responsive Understanding Self-Assessment Tool (TRUST), a free online assessment to determine where your organization might have the greatest opportunity for growth and development.
Looking for a wellness opportunity? BBM is offering free practice and information sessions, and free fundamentals and teacher training courses. Breath-Body-Mind™ is a program of evidence-based mind/body practices developed by integrative psychiatrists Richard P. Brown, MD, and Patricia Gerbarg, MD, that support mental health and wellness.