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The Institute on Aging and Trauma led by the Center on Holocaust Survivor Care has produced this guide. The New York State Office for the Aging is working in partnership...

A trauma-informed approach to service delivery is rooted in two primary areas: 1) Creating a safe and supportive environment, and 2) Fostering trusting and meaningful relationships. In this resource, we...

All organizations, regardless of their primary mission – legal services, foster care, elder care, mental health support, housing, addiction services, etc. – should strive to be trauma-responsive both internally (i.e.,...

Check out NYS Office of Mental Health’s Helpful Guide on Gender and Language.

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Our nation is at a critical precipice for reimagining how to improve access to and quality of the services for children, families, and communities throughout the United States (US) who...

Here are some strategies provided by The National Child Traumatic Stress Network:

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Engaging in significant organizational transformation is an endeavor that is both exciting and daunting. It is a time when professionals and systems may feel vulnerable while opening themselves up to...

10 Self-Care tips for frontline workers 1-page handout

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High demand for medical services over a long period of time puts particular stress on health care settings and staff. This may cause staff shortages as workers get […]

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